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Welcome to the
first edition of
Brought to you by the Fuzion4
group of companies
In this newsletter...
We have tried to include an interesting mixture of features and stories - from a regular spotlight on local companies to developments in the security and electrical industries. There will also be the odd interesting snippet from the business world; we are constantly striving to improve our service together with offering the very latest developments, which we will be featuring in the newsletter.

We hope you enjoy reading Connections, any feedback would be welcome.
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Protecting your business from robbery
Is your property secure from an attack?
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New products from Fuzion4
Introducing CareView for the elderly and disabled
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Fuzion4 supporting the local community
An essential part of who we are
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Spotlight on our Customers
See who's featured in this issue of Connections
CCTV Systems
Protecting your business from robbery
All of your security equipment should be professionally installed and maintained. Unfortunately, police often attend robberies where security equipment was installed poorly, or not well maintained, resulting in the equipment not working when it was most needed. When investing in security equipment consider the need for regular maintenance and urgent response for repair / replacement.
CCTV Systems
CCTV is vital in the fight against crime and regularly provides imagery that secures convictions of offenders. CCTV is also very useful in the classroom when important events can recorded to protect teachers and pupils alike. Unfortunately, there are still many CCTV systems that are of little or no use simply because the imagery is not good enough to identity offenders. Simple changes can greatly improve the images provided and lead to greater assistance in the investigation of any offences.
All CCTV cameras must be recorded
CCTV is vital in the fight against crime and regularly provides imagery that secures convictions of offenders. CCTV is also very useful in the classroom when important events can recorded to protect teachers and pupils alike. Unfortunately, there are still many CCTV systems that are of little or no use simply because the imagery is not good enough to identity offenders. Simple changes can greatly improve the images provided and lead to greater assistance in the investigation of any offences.
Each cameras should be a defined purpose
Positioning of cameras is vital. Each camera should have a clearly defined purpose, this could be: identification, recognition, monitoring and detection. Cameras should cover all vulnerable points including tills and safes.

Where possible, images should be recorded at 25 frames per second
This is real time recording and means that an event can be recorded in its entirety without gaps. This can be essential in violent incidents.
Dummy CCTV Cameras
Do not install CCTV cameras, they provide no imagery and do not assist police in investigations. CCTV is effective in post event investigations and enables people to respond to incidents, e.g. where store detectives are directed to people acting suspiciously by CCTV operators.

NEW Products from Fuzion4
Here at Fuzion4 we are constantly striving to offer the best, most innovative and great value products for our customers. In Connections we will be featuring these new products and explaining their benefits.
Security for the elderly in the palm of your hand
These days more and more elderly and disabled people are living independently, but if you are a carer to it may be difficult to visit the person regularly. But how do you make sure your loved is OK and not had an accident?
The CareView monitoring system will give you peace of mind. The system can be programmed so when it detects no movement it will send an alert, then you can view real time pictures on your smart phone so you can immediately assess the situation. Pets will not trigger the system.

The system is very affordable the complete package installed is just £250 inc. VAT and then £45 per month inc. VAT.

For more information go to www.fuzion4.co.uk or email us for a brochure.
Care View
Secure View
Total security in the palm of your hand
SecureView is a state of the art wireless system that offers the best in home or small business security using the latest technology.
Advanced motion detectors with integrated cameras can detect, record and take pictures of movement inside a property then send them directly to your smartphone or PC. The image s can be viewed to confirm if there is a crime in progress. No matter where you are, with SecureView you can connect to your property and record any unusual activity. All images are served on our cloud server so that you always have a record of events should you need it.

We've made the system really affordable. The complete package installed is just £250 inc. VAT and then rental is only £35 per month inc. VAT.

For more information go to www.fuzion4.co.uk or email us for a brochure.
It's a Strange World
Interesting snippets from around the world
Security Installer The women of the Tiwi tribe in the South Pacific are married from birth
Security Installer When Albert Einstein died, his final words died with him. The nurse at his side didn't understand German.
Security Installer St. John was the only one of the 12 Apostles to die a natural death.
Security Installer Many sailors used to wear gold earrings so that they could afford a proper burial when they died.
Security Installer A South African monkey was once awarded a medal and promoted to the rank of corporal during World War 1.
Security Installer Because they had no proper rubbish disposal system, the streets of ancient Mesopotamia became literally knee-deep in rubbish.
Security Installer China banned the pigtail in 1911 as it was seen as a symbol of feudalism.
Security Installer In Ancient Peru, when a woman found an 'ugly' potato, it was the custom for her to push it into the face of the nearest man
Security Installer Sliced bread was patented by a jeweller, Otto Rohwedder, in 1928. He had been working on it for 16 years, having started in 1912.
Security Installer Before it was stopped by the British, it was not uncommon for women in some areas of India to choose to be burnt alive on their husband's funeral pyre.
Security Installer Ancient drinkers warded off the devil by clinking their cups.
Security Installer The Nobel Prize resulted from a late change in the will of Alfred Nobel, who did not want to be remembered after his death as a propagator of violence - he invented dynamite.
Security Installer Coffee is the second largest item of international commerce in the world. The largest in petrol.
Security Installer Uri Geller, the professional psychic was born on December 20th 1946. As to the origin of his alleged powers, Mr Geller maintains that they come from the distant planet of Hoova.
Fuzion4 - Supporting the Local Community
We have been sponsoring a whole range of local sporting clubs and other causes over a number of years. We feel that by supporting these causes improves local moral and helps young people get more enjoyment and gives them a good grounding as they journey through life.
Hastings Football Club
Hastings United Football Club
Hastings United is the town's senior football club and has a long and proud tradition of representing Hastings and St Leonards in some of the sports' most prestigious competitions.
The Club currently plays in the Premier Division of the Ryman Football League – just three levels below the Football League. In addition to league games, the club also takes part in the FA Cup and the FA Trophy, as well as various county, league and regional cup competitions.

In addition to the First Team, the Reserves and the Under 18 team, the Club fields numerous junior and youth sides, with the Club having been granted Charter Standard status by the Football Association.
Hastings Festival
Hastings Beer and Music Festival - 4th & 5th July
Hastings Beer and Music Festival is a two-day event, staged every year in Hastings' beautiful Alexandra Park, and managed by a committee of local Round Table members. With over 90 Real Ales at low prices, as well as lager, local ciders and wines, high quality local food, and the best local musicians, they have raised thousands of pounds for local good causes – and grown a reputation as the best beer and music festival in the South East!

In 2012, 10,000 people attended over our 4 sessions and raised an amazing £106,000 for local good causes. Organised by Hastings and Battle Round Tables, all staff are volunteers, and all proceeds go to local good causes. Conceived in 1981 by former Hastings Round Table member John Butters with former Queen's Head, Icklesham, landlord Martin Harris, Hastings Beer Festival was a small charity fund-raising event.

Renamed the Hastings Beer and Music Festival in 1998, it is now a major event for Hastings and the surrounding areas. HBMF's focus on voluntary work and commitment to donate 100% of money raised to local causes has, we're proud to say, remained.

Local band-turned-international chart-toppers Keane once again lived up to the expectations of the thousands of die hard fans. The 2012 event sold out quicker than ever due to Keane's popularity, almost causing the HBMF website to descend into meltdown! Once again HBMF were thrilled to be able to make a donation of £22,000 via Keane to the primary beneficiary, St. Michaels Hospice.

Hastings Festival
Hastings Seagull Swimming Club
The Seagulls are a friendly and competitive club, which aims to provide teaching from non-swimmers onwards and regular training for both competitive swimmers and those who simply wish to swim regularly. The club has both a Masters and a thriving Water polo section.
Other clubs we sponsor:
Hailsham Town Football Club
Ore Village Academy
Hastings Table Tennis Association
One of our own!
Hannah Keen the office manager at Fuzion4 is also a championship swimmer with a long list of achievements: She is Sussex record holder for the 50m and 100m front crawl breaking Karen Pickering Sussex County record which had stood for 26 years. In 2012 she became County Regional and National Champion for the 50m freestyle. Hannah also competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials. Her long-term goal is for the 2016 Olympic trials and go on to represent Great Britain in Rio.
Spotlight on our Customers
We have a wide range of customers across pretty much the whole of industry. It's always interesting to find out what makes them successful in their field so we will be featuring some of them and finding out what makes them tick. This newsletter we are featuring Hastings Museum and Crowhurst Park Holiday Village.
Hastings Museum
Hastings Museum
Situated in the stunning John's Place, Bohemia Road, Hastings. The building was built in the 1923 for Mrs Frances Kidd and named after her son John who died as a young medical student some years before. The building was subsequently bought by Hastings Corporation and the Museum was relocated here in 1928. A large number of exhibits come from the Brassey family including The Dunbar Hall, which the corporation acquired under the will of Lord Brassey, Liberal MP for Hastings. The Hall was originally constructed for the Indian and Colonial Exhibition of 1886 as part of an Indian palace and at the close of the exhibition was purchased by Lord Brassey to use as his study in his Park Lane house.
Lottery funding was awarded in 2005, which paid for an extension to the building. The Museum contains a rich and exotic mixture of fine paintings and ceramics as well as well known personalities such as John Logie Baird (the inventor of television and Robert Tressell. When we visited there was even a display featuring the mods and rockers invasion of Hastings in the 1960s.

There are plenty of special features for children, with fossils that transform into dinosaurs, prehistoric crocodiles and fish, Native American galleries and a display on Hastings born conservationist, Grey Owl.

The Museum has been using BeSure Security for over 10 years, to provide intruder and fire alarm systems and comprehensive CCTV. The Museum advises that "BeSure have provided us with excellent services over the years and they normally send the same engineers who are familiar with our complex security system. A lot of our exhibits are irreplaceable and it's important to be able to rely on our systems".

We would thoroughly recommend a visit to the Museum – there's' something for everyone and it's fascinating to find out things you never knew about our area.

The museum is based at:

John's Place, Bohemia Road, Hastings TN34 1ET.
Admission is free.
Crowhurst Park
Crowhurst Park Holiday Village
Crowhurst Park is one of the local areas success stories over the years. Having been voted Tourism South East Holiday Park of the year on four occasions the 172-acre park offers a range of products for families and individuals alike. From holiday homes that you can buy or rent to a well-equipped Leisure Club that's open to non-residents, memberships start from under £30 per month!
The 17th century Manor House offers a restaurant, bars, coffee lounge and function rooms. Many local couples have held their wedding there, it's becoming one of Sussex's leading venues.

Colin Simmons, the parks managing partner commented "People are becoming more discerning when choosing a holiday home to purchase and to this end we have spent the last couple of years planning a new development called Pelham Gates which takes owning a holiday home to a new level. Set within a landscaped, private, gated 10 acre plot these Scandinavian designed log homes come in two, three and four bedroom, single and two storey designs. Their environmental credentials are impeccable; each is constructed from renewable sources of Scandinavian pine and features an air sourced heat pump". Prices start from £288,000 and even before the show home has been completed the first home has been sold.

Another new venture is The Hillside – an enclave of 17-luxury holiday homes in their own natural dell. The Hillside has been reserved for some years, awaiting a quality of holiday home suitable for this location.

Colin states "even during the recession we were busy because people were tending to holiday in the UK rather than go abroad and now the economy is picking up we are seeing strong demand for high quality holiday homes in the right setting".

Crowhurst Park uses Fuzion4 for the maintenance and upkeep of their security and CCTV systems. Fuzion4 also look after two fire alarm systems and over 100 fire extinguishers. Mick Hoad, Crowhurst Park's Health and Safety manager says "We moved to Fuzion4 fairly recently as we liked the idea of using a local company and the benefits that brings including quick response to any issues. The transition to Fuzon4 was very smooth and they quickly picked up on several issues the previous provider had missed"
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