Herald - Issue 364

The HERALD Your Community Magazine Est: 1994 v THE HERALD, 2 HIGH STREET, HYTHE, SO45 6AH v No 364 • FREE Every 3 Weeks • 15th Nov-6th Dec 2018 School Road, Fawley SO45 1EA • Tel: 023 8089 4500 www.charismaoffawley.co.uk Open 10am-4pm Mon-Sat Closed Wednesday New Seasons Casuals Now in Stock from £35 STAIRLIFTS STAIRLIFTS Freedom Stairlifts Straight Stairlifts Curved Stairlifts freedomstairlifts.co.uk SJ SAVAGE Building & Property Maintenance 07788 868262 stevesavo@hotmail.co.uk FOUR SEASONS DENTURE CENTRE MORE THAN JUST A DENTAL LABORATORY If you want the best quality dentures in a relaxed, friendly and professional environment then call today for a free consultation Tel: 023 8084 6443 Mobile: 07919 074360 1 HOUR DENTURE REPAIRS N orth r oad , d ibdeN P urlieu , S outhamPtoN So45 4re NEED NEW DENTURES? • Reliable and Efficient Service • Serving Trade, Domestic and Commercial Customers • Three sizes of bags available GRAB BAGS - A CHEAPER FLEXIBLE ALTERNATIVE TO A SKIP Tel: 023 8081 1757 • www.abbeygrabbag.co.uk • Call us for Prompt Delivery of a Bag • Fill Like a Normal Skip • Call again for a swift collection. We can also collect your own grab bags 15 Marsh Parade, Hythe 023 8084 4741 FRAME SHOP HYTHE PICTURE FRAMING Y oungsters at a local infant school have been given high- visibility reflective armbands to help them “be bright and be seen” as the dark nights draw in. During term time, the majority of child road accidents happen in the afternoon and evenings, especially in the autumn and winter when it gets dark earlier in the day. With that in mind, ExxonMobil Fawley was happy to help when Michelle Hale, Headteacher of Manor Infant School, Holbury, got in touch to ask for some help to make the children more visible in the gloom. Michelle said: “As part of the Be Bright, Be Seen road safety campaign, we have been educating the children about how they can help to keep themselves safe in the dark, especially when they are walking to and from school. One of the key messages is to make yourself seen by wearing something reflective. We got in touch with ExxonMobil Fawley and the site very kindly agreed to supply us with high-visibility armbands for each of our pupils.” Angharad Vaughan, Community Affairs Adviser at ExxonMobil Fawley, said: “Safety is always our number one priority at Fawley, so we were delighted to help when Michelle got in touch with us. We hope the children enjoy wearing their armbands and stay safe when they are walking to and from school or are out and about.” BE BRIGHT BE SEEN Back (from left): Sarah Munns, Manor Infant School Assistant Headteacher; Michelle Hale, Headteacher and Angharad Vaughan, Community Affairs Adviser ExxonMobil Fawley, with some of the pupils wearing their high-visibility clothes and armbands