No Trick or Treat

Trick or Treating may be fun for some, but it’s not for everyone.
Older people can find it quite scary enough just having to answer a door knock or bell ring on a dark evening others can find it quite embarrassing when nothing is at hand to give to give to disappointed children and have to say no.
If you would prefer not have anyone call on you instead of sitting with the lights out on Halloween night, hoping no one will knock, why not put a sign out on your door.
You can download an A4 poster by clicking in the picture.

 

My Complex Puppy School & Youth Club

With Sarah Worth
Puppy School is a nationwide puppy socialisation and training scheme founded by internationally renowned trainer and behaviour expert Gwen Bailey. Puppy School is designed to help you to teach your puppy valuable socialisation and life skills, whilst building a lifelong partnership through positive, reward-based training methods
The course covers basic positions (sit, down, stand, stay), lead walking, recall, settling calmly, confidence around real life experiences (vets & groomers), greeting people without jumping and much more.
If you are looking to give your puppy the best start in life, your trainer Sarah offers a relaxed, friendly and supportive environment for you to learn in, so you can build confidence with your training skills too!

E: sarah@mycomplexcanine.co.uk

Village Bonfire and Fireworks

The village Bonfire and Fireworks Celebration wil take place on Saturday 6th. November

Huge bonfire, massive firework display, bar, food, toffee apples…
Torchlit procession from the New Inn to the Playing Field site at 7.30 pm.

Complex Canine Puppy School & Youth Club

My Complex Canine – Puppy School
Friday afternoon/evening (Hadlow Down Village hall)
16.00 to 19.30
Puppy School is a nationwide puppy socialisation and training scheme founded by internationally renowned trainer and behaviour expert Gwen Bailey. Puppy School is designed to help you to teach your puppy valuable socialisation and life skills, whilst building a lifelong partnership through positive, reward-based training methods
The course covers basic positions (sit, down, stand, stay), lead walking, recall, settling calmly, confidence around real life experiences (vets & groomers), greeting people without jumping and much more.
If you are looking to give your puppy the best start in life, your trainer Sarah offers a relaxed, friendly and supportive environment for you to learn in, so you can build confidence with your training skills too!
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Street Safe Tool

Have you seen the new StreetSafe tool? It’s an online tool where you can tell us anonymously about locations in your neighbourhood that make you feel or have made you feel unsafe. This could be due to environmental issues such as street lighting, abandoned buildings or vandalism or because of behaviours you’ve experienced that could include being followed or verbally abused.
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The Garden – Ken Mine’s Column for November

One of the few constants in an ever-changing climate is the autumn of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Well, mists anyway – often spectacular from our garden looking towards Crowborough in the early morning when it lies in a thick blanket in the valley, the tops of trees poking through here and there. Fruitfulness for us is not traditional – we don’t have room for pumpkins and although fascinatingly colourful we can’t make room for inedible gourds. Instead, we take advantage of the protection afforded by the greenhouse and polytunnel to keep us supplied throughout the coming months with salads. Cut and come again’ varieties include rocket, mizuna and several types of mixed leaves. American land cress can be sown as late as September and is very hardy: even surviving  outdoors.
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