Herald - Issue 405

The HERALD Your Community Magazine Est: 1994 v THE HERALD, 2 HIGH STREET, HYTHE, SO45 6AH v No 405 • FREE Every 3 Weeks • 22nd April-13th May 2021 To book a complimentary Consultation Appointment call 023 8066 8886 www.dentureconfidence.co.uk Steve Martin D.D. (Hons), Dip CDT RCS (Eng) Denturist, Clinical Dental Technician GDC number: 140520 THE COMPLETE DENTURE CENTRE Helping you rediscover your smile • Dentures that look like natural teeth • Denture repairs with On-site laboratory • Expert denture advice • Referral processes for ALL your dental needs • Relaxed atmosphere for anxious patients BEFORE AFTER E s t a b l i s h e d 2 0 0 4 Gas and Electric Fires Fireplaces and Surrounds Full Installation Service Service/ Maintenance Call for a FREE Quotation 023 8084 0257 www.gasworks.co.uk Visit our showroom at 299 Shirley Road, Shirley, Southampton SO15 3HU ANXIETY - PANIC ATTACK? Stay Calm, in Control & Relaxed. Break Free from a Fear or Habit. Regain Confidence & Happiness. Fast & Effective, Lasting Results. Call 07786 376980 E: alan@alanjoneshypnotherapy.com • 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 lounge bar & restaurant Seashells, 37 High Street, Hythe Tel: 023 8084 7188 www.seashellshythe.co.uk EAT • DRINK • ENJOY BOOKINGS BEING TAKEN FOR 17TH MAY ONWARDS! Call 023 8084 7188 or message us to book your table today! RNLI Praise Local Hythe Heroes! Two teenage boys are being praised for their actions after helping two casualties who had capsized their jetski. On 21st March 2021 at 5.28pm crews were paged to a Mayday call from a jetski that had capsized near Hythe. Launching both the Atlantic 85 lifeboat ‘Max Walls’ and D class lifeboat ‘Willett’, the volunteer crews made best speed to the incident. On arrival, the two casualties had managed to make it to shore, where they were being cared for by two local teenage brothers, Jake, 17, and Mikey, 14, that had seen events unfold. Recognising the danger that the casualties were in, the brothers used their own dry clothes to keep the casualties warm until they could receive further help. Both boys say they just “Knew what they had to do” , with Mikey learning lifesaving skills at ‘Rookies’ Swim Academy (based at Applemore Leisure Centre) and Jake previously attending the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. e two volunteer crew members carried both casualties the short distance from the beach to the boat and a er a short transfer, they were successfully handed over to paramedics from Local heroes, brother’s Jake & Mikey at Hythe Marina Continued on page 3