Herald - Issue 408

The HERALD Your Community Magazine Est: 1994 v THE HERALD, 2 HIGH STREET, HYTHE, SO45 6AH v No 408 • FREE Every 3 Weeks • 24th June-15th July 2021 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? SJ SAVAGE BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE • Extensions • Loft Conversions • All aspects of building works including Decorating 07788 868262 stevesavo@hotmail.co.uk STAIRLIFTS STAIRLIFTS Freedom Stairlifts Straight Stairlifts Curved Stairlifts freedomstairlifts.co.uk 15 Marsh Parade, Hythe 023 8084 4741 FRAME SHOP HYTHE PICTURE FRAMING • 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 School Road, Fawley SO45 1EA • Tel: 023 8089 4500 www.charismaoffawley.co.uk info@charismaoffawley.co.uk O pen 10 am -5 pm • C losed W ednesday and S unday Come and have a look at the new stock of separates and casual summer wear from Marble and Frank Lyman. No appointment needed for these items H ythe resident Ryan Murphy has recently completed a challenge that most of us wouldn’t even consider attempting. He walked 177 miles along the Offas Dyke in just 11 days, all to raise valuable funds for a charity close to his heart - Prostate Cancer UK. In 2013 Ryan’s Dad was diagnosed with prostate cancer, obviously a huge shock to the family. Although found early, it had already spread to the bones in his back. is isn’t curable, but is managed with continued treatment. Without the charities valuable support and continued research his Dad might not still be with the family today. A er being postponed last year due to lockdown, Ryan nally set o on his trek with just a bag on his back and his trusty dog, Bear, by his side. ey walked through torrential rain and gale force winds, up Welsh mountains and down steep English valleys, nally nishing on the hottest day of the year so far to be met by his wife and three children who had missed their Daddy very much! In their words “He’s a superhero, raising money to save people’s lives”. Ryan Steps up for Prostate Cancer Reaching the finish line, with a smile (and a sigh of relief) Ryan is greeted by his children (left to right) Keira 8, Billy 9, Jack 4 Continued on page 3