Herald - Issue 448

v CALL US: 023 8084 5700 v 26th October 2023 • The HERALD • Page 3 MEETING ALL YOUR GLASS AND MIRROR NEEDS • Glass cut to size • Mirrors made to measure • Broken glass repaired • Misted up or broken double-glazed units replaced • Glass table tops • Heat-resistant glass for woodburners 75 Rumbridge Street, Totton Tel: (023) 8086 3074 TOTTON GLASS 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 then Prime Minister Tony Blair and a Prison Service National Celebrating Success Award in 1999, both for her work developing community nursing services at HMP Winchester. Ann o ered her skills in a local ex o ender mentoring project and was able to support young people leaving prison by supporting their CV development and gaining skills for employment. In 2004 Ann was seconded to Royal College of Nursing in London as Professional Lead for Learning Disabilities/Justice/Forensic Nursing and took up a permanent role in 2006. In 2009 Ann was awarded the Royal College of Nursing Employee of the Year Award. She retired from Royal College of Nursing in 2021. Over the years Ann’s work has helped in uence policy and has seen her present at conferences in various countries around the world. She has also co-authored two books – Prison Nursing in 2000 with Alan Parrish and Nursing in Criminal Justice Services in 2014 with Dr Liz Walsh, as well as many articles published in a broad range of professional nursing journals. Since retiring Ann has continued to o er support to nursing students and has given presentations to local students in college regarding nursing careers. She now enjoys gardening, spending time with family and particularly her grandsons Harry and Toby. Ann’s husband Gary Scarfe and her Mum Teresa Turpin, joined her in Winchester for the ceremony. Ann comments: “It was quite a shock to hear that I had British Empire Medal Awarded to Local Nurse Continued from front page received this award. I am very aware that there are so many nurses who would be as worthy and I feel very humble indeed. Nursing has been such a fabulous career. I wouldn’t change one thing.” Ann with her husband Gary Li your spirits with a song and go along to Tea and Melodies – a fun singing group, every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month in the Garden Room at St Andrews Church in Dibden Purlieu from 10.30am to 11.45am, £5 a session. Go along and join them for a warm welcome, upli ing songs and a cup of tea. For more information email: melodymakers.sing@ outlook.com or call/text Fiona: 07799 652933 or Steph: 07824 765471. TEA AND MELODIES