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5th January 2023 • The HERALD • Page 35 v SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL EVENTS v Waterside Carpet Cleaning PROFESSIONAL CARPET CLEANING! Using Prochem Equipment and Materials • SPOT/STAIN TREATMENT • Fully Insured 023 8066 0878 or 07770 337917 www.watersidecarpetcleaning.com ABOUT US Our roofers are the best in the business and are ready to give your roof a full and completely FREE inspection DELIGHT IN LYMINGTON: BOUTIQUE HOTEL RE-OPENS AFTER MULTI-MILLION POUND REFURBISHMENT to meet with friends for a spot of lunch, a ernoon tea or something from the new Champagne and Oyster menu. Lance Bartlett, General Manager at Stanwell House, said: “We’re really excited to be opening our doors and welcoming back guests to the hotel. This is the result of months of hard work for so many people and the last thing we wanted to do was to rush it and not have everything perfect for opening. We appreciate everyone’s patience and it has been great to see how many people were anticipating our reopening. We can’t wait for our guests to experience all the hard work and money that has gone into making the hotel a luxury boutique for everyone to enjoy. We want to give a special thanks to the local Lymington community, who through these many months have been so supportive – we can’t wait to give back to them through our trademark Stanwell experience.” For more information on Stanwell House, please visit: www.stanwellhouse.com A Lymington hotel that has recently undergone a multi-million-pound refurbishment has o cially reopened a er months of eagerly anticipated excitement for the local community. Stanwell House, a privately owned boutique hotel situated in the centre of Lymington, nally reopened on Friday 16th December as its extensive refurbishment came to completion. Guests to the hotel will experience interiors lled with personality and unique touches, showcasing luxury so furnishings, carefully considered features and modern amenities – creating the ultimate homefrom-home environment. ree new dining options are available at the hotel, aiming to cater for a variety of occasions, from an exquisite, ne dining experience to more casual, comforting dishes – all served with the same quality of service. e Samphire Restaurant focuses predominantly on seafood, re ecting the very best in quality ingredients, being perfectly prepared and beautifully presented. It promises attentive service, sumptuous décor and great food. Newly refurbished Stanwell House is now open e Salt Bar is open to all, with direct High Street access welcoming non-resident and resident guests alike, appealing to those looking for a light bite or a casual feast a er a busy day. e menu o ers a great selection of family favourites and comforting, seasonal dishes with an added touch of Stanwell sophistication, using only the highest quality ingredients. e Orangery is ooded with light and is alive with colour. What used to be known as ‘ e Conservatory’ now features a stylish cocktail bar, making e Orangery the ideal place Twelfth Night and Resolutions Selection On Friday 6th January the Forestside WI Group’s event will be ‘Twel h Night’ by the Langley Players. Forestside Group meetings are held at Colbury Memorial Hall, Totton, SO40 7EL. Langley WI’s next meeting is on Tuesday 17th January for Resolution Selection and Social Evening with Fish & Chip Supper. e WI o ers women the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and campaign on wide-ranging issues. Langley WI meets every third Tuesday at St Francis Church Hall, West Common, SO45 1XU at 7.30pm. Email: langleypres@hampshirewi.org. uk or check out their website at: www. hampshirewi.org.uk/wi-page/langleywi OUT AND ABOUT WITH THE RSPB e New Forest local group of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is holding an indoor meeting on Wednesday 11th January, where Professor Russell Wynn, Director of Wild New Forest, will talk about “New Forest Wildlife and Climate Change.” Meetings start at 7.30pm and are held in the Lyndhurst Community Centre, central car park, High Street, Lyndhurst SO43 7NY (doors open at 7pm). Two field trips are planned. From 10am to 1pm on Saturday 7th January the group will visit Whitefield Moor and Ober Heath (SU 275 027), meeting in Whitefield Moor car park, Rhinefield Road, Brockenhurst, sat nav postcode SO42 7OD. On Wednesday 25th January from 10am to 3pm the venue is Titchfield Haven, Cliff Road, Farnham PO14 3JT (SU 534 023), meeting at the Visitor Centre, entry fee applies. Park in the nearby public car park or on local roads. For further information p l ea s e ema i l : N e w F o r e s t G r o u p @ RSPB.org.uk or visit the group’s website: group. rspb.org.uk/newforest. Those taking part in eld trips should wear suitable dull coloured clothing and sturdy footwear. Non-members are currently charged £5 per eld trip or indoor meeting. Hythe & Dibden U3A meet at Hythe Parish Hall on the second Monday of the month at 2pm. eir next meeting takes place on Monday 9th January for their rst meeting of 2023. Please email: membershiphytheu3a@gmail.com visit the website: u3asites.org.uk/hythe-dibden or call: 07935 907456. ey are a friendly group so why not give them a go? HYTHE & DIBDEN U3A