Herald - Issue 418

The HERALD Your Community Magazine Est: 1994 v THE HERALD, 2 HIGH STREET, HYTHE, SO45 6AH v No 418 • FREE Every 3 Weeks • 27th Jan-17th Feb 2022 Quickstep Laminate Floors, Luxury Vinyl Tiles 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? School Road, Fawley SO45 1EA • Tel: 023 8089 4500 www.charismaoffawley.co.uk info@charismaoffawley.co.uk O pen 10 am -4 pm • C losed M onday , W ednesday and S unday Clearance Sale All Marble 50% off and up to 75% off other brands including Mother of the Bride & Groom. No appointment needed for separates and casuals. 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 e rain held o just long enough for pupils and teachers at Black eld Primary School to welcome Saints defender Jack Stephens to help plant one of the ‘60 trees for 60 schools’, kindly donated by Fairweather’s Garden Centre in Beaulieu to celebrate 60 years of trading. Mrs Gritt, rive Teacher at Black eld Primary said: “It was a wonderful opportunity for the pupils to plant a tree with Jack; many pupils get so much pleasure out of gardening. We are very grateful to Fairweather’s for donating the Oak tree. The children will be able to watch the tree grow, not only for their generation but for generations to come.” e initiative has been very gratefully received by so many schools in the area. Patrick Fairweather, MD at Fairweather’s Garden Centre explains: “We wanted to ensure that Hampshire’s schools grounds are green and welcoming spaces for the children of the future. Trees can provide shade for outside learning as well as vital habitats for wildlife. We hope that the Saints Dig Deep for Blackfield Continued on page 3 Jack Stephens helps plant the donated Oak tree with Hollie, Miss Shameti, Evan, Mrs Gritt, Liam, Lleyton, Florence, Josh, Ben, Mrs Stubbs, Freddie, JJ and Charlie