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v CALL US: 023 8084 5700 v 24th August 2023 • The HERALD • Page 3 THE FRAME SHOP We frame Prints, Paintings, Embroideries, Tapestries, Medals, Coins, Photos, Maps, Sports Shirts and Memorabilia 15 MARSH PARADE, PYLEWELL ROAD, HYTHE SO45 6AN PICTURE FRAMING 023 8084 4741 Est: 1987 Todd Beverley Carpentry Services Quality workmanship with over 20 years experience All Household Carpentry Undertaken including: • Kitchen/Bathroom/Bedroom fitting • Purpose Built Cupboards and Wardrobes • Internal/External Door Hanging • Solid/Laminate Flooring • Window Renovation • Decking For a friendly & reliable service you can trust call: Tel: 023 8086 0969 Mobile: 07941 021558 rounds of golf alongside more than 250 junior players from Europe and the rest of the world. Commenting on his achievement, Henry said: “I loved every minute of being in San Diego and taking part in such a big competition. It was great meeting other children from all over the world who love golf as much as I do, and I can’t wait for the next one.” Joining Henry as his caddie, Henry’s coach, Golf Monthly’s UK Top 50 Coach Nathan Cook, added: “This competition was a truly great experience for Henry and me as his coach. It was fantastic for him to be involved in a world event and leave knowing he can play competitively with the very best. Henry’s hard work and training paid off, he played some fabulous golf and nothing phased him. It was a very proud coach moment and an experience we will remember forever.” e next few months will see Henry compete for his county against both Surrey and Wiltshire whilst continuing to practice ahead of the World Junior Golf Championship in Spain next year. Henry’s family will be working hard to secure sponsors to help support his dream of playing competitive golf all over the world. LYNDHURST BOY RANKED TOP 10 JUNIOR GOLFER IN THE WORLD FOR HIS AGE Continued from front page Handy Trust Recognised for an Award e Handy Trust has recently been recognised with an award in the Non-Pro t Organisation Awards 2023, at Acquisition International. e Waterside based youth support service has been awarded the ‘Most Dedicated Vulnerable & Disadvantaged Youth Support Organisation’ award. e Handy Trust has been helping to improve the lives of children and young people across the Waterside for over 20 years, o ering youth clubs, holiday clubs, detached work, individual support and more. So a Richardson, Manager of e Handy Trust comments: “It feels amazing to have been recognised for this award. We were filled with pride to even be nominated, so to win was a true honour. As the Manager, I am so proud of the wonderful team, including all our volunteers, I work with who truly are passionate and dedicated to their work supporting young people and their families locally.” e Non-Pro t Organisation Awards aims to reward the commitment, innovation, and determination of The Handy Trust Team the best non-pro t organisations from across the world. For more information about e Handy Trust, their activities and support available please visit: www.thehandytrust.co.uk

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Despite the relentless rain, all the players turned up in force to try and win the Paul Brogan Memorial Trophy along with team challenges, par three challenge and 8 other competitions. Before the day the total raised from golf days alone was £68,500 and £104,500 combining other events. anks to loyal players and sponsors the total raised on the day was £10,800 making a total of £115,300 in 11 years. Michael and Donna comment: “Thank you so much for all the efforts of every single player who not only took part but contributed with buying raffle tickets and auction prizes. Every year you amaze us with your spirit and generosity. Of course, our loyal local business sponsors, who most have been with us from the beginning, who donated auction prizes which really does help increase the money we can raise, those who donated raffle prizes and all our wonderful volunteers on the day.” 108 golfers took part in this year’s event including Saints legends Matt Le Tissier, Nicky Banger and Jason Dodd, all attempting to be crowned champion golfer and win the prestigious Paul Brogan Memorial Trophy. Paul Brogan was a local man who sadly lost his life to cancer in 2012, as a friend and keen golfer, Michael and Donna asked his family if the main trophy could be named in his memory. e 18 hole golf tournament started with bacon rolls in the club house with gradual registration throughout the morning with Donna Osman and Louisa Daniels. Players then according to their tee o time either conducted by comperes Marc Daniels and Tony Hobbs and the Trophy presentation conducted by Michael Osman. What an atmosphere!  e room was lled with so much energy all wanting the same outcome which they all achieved together. e handicap Secretary Marc Daniels worked hard verifying and recording the scores from the day until the presentation, the winner of the 11th SO45 Charity Golf Day winning the Paul Brogan Memorial Trophy was Josh Mcphee. Josh was presented with the Paul Brogan Memorial Trophy by Paul Brogan’s Dad, Chris Brogan. e following Prize winners were: 2nd: Ian Brombley, 3rd: Scott Nicholas. Team Event: Matt Casey, Ian Morris, Chrissy Hayward & Josh McPhee. Wooden Spoon: Matt Laurence. Competition Winners were: Par 3 Challenge: Dan Hosey sponsored by Denholm Port Services; Nearest pin - Hole 2: Jamie Bray sponsored by Seamariner; Longest Drive - Hole 3: Terry Greenough sponsored by Hythe Post O ce; Nearest pin - Hole 5: Terry G sponsored by Stu McIlwraith Builders; Nearest the pin - Hole 9: Mike Welland sponsored by Oyster Financial Planning; Longest Drive - Hole 10: Conor Munro sponsored by Global Ceramics; Nearest the pin - Hole 11: Adam Church sponsored by Cards for all Occasions; Nearest the Pin - Hole 14: Eddie Irons sponsored by LW Repairs and Nearest e Pin in 2 - Hole 18: Phil Ward sponsored by e Scratch Project. This year’s hole sponsors were: Michael & Donna Osman, Oyster Financial Planning; Warren Burch, Sea Mariner; Chris Hoare, Christopher Hoare Tree Surgeons; Nick Dearden, Langley Arb; Vinny Carroll, Hampshire Window Services; Rob Watkins, Rob Watkins Builders; Sean & eresa Sherlock, Sherlock Floor Screeding; Jody Miles, Kara Accounting; Harry headed to the driving range for that last minute practise or headed to the rst tee. During the day the golfers were kept hydrated with cold drinks served from a gazebo as well as a golf buggy thanks to volunteers Lisa Elkins, Jane Clayden, Kate Hall, Theresa Sherlock and Zara Mulford. As players finished completely drenched, they were greeted back at the clubhouse with a BBQ. At around 6pm the Chris Brogan presenting winner Josh Mcphee with the Paul Brogan Memorial Trophy pr e s en t a t i on began with a speeches from founder M i c h a e l O s m a n and Maureen Robb from e Waterside Cancer Centre. e fun and games then began with a game of head ‘n’ tails, ra e, a u c t i o n Continued on page 11

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