Herald - Issue 448

26th October 2023 • The HERALD • Page 37 v THE HERALD - ENCOURAGING LOCAL ENTERPRISE v OUT & ABOUT HOLIDAYS Monday 6th October - 5 Day H/B - ISLE OF WIGHT TURKEY & TINSEL - £369 S/S TBA Saturday 9th December - 2 Days B/B - LONDON/HI REGENTS PARK - £179 S/S £85 Saturday 23rd December - 5 Days H/B* - ST AGNES CHRISTMAS - £615 S/S SOLD OUT DAY TRIPS Friday 27th October - 9am - HISTORIC PORTSMOUTH or GUNWHARF - £16 Saturday 28th October - 8am - STREET - £24 Sunday 29th October - 9am - AUTUMN TINTS - £25 Monday 13th November - 9am - FAREHAM or WHITELEY - Bargain £10 Saturday 18th November - 11am - GLASTONBURY TORCHLIGHT FESTIVAL - £30 Sunday 19th November - 9am - GLOUCESTER CHRISTMAS MARKET - £27 Sat 25th November - 9.30am - LONGLEAT LIGHTS (Entrance Included) - ADULT £65 CH £55 Sat 25th November - 7.30am - IDEAL HOME or WESTFIELDS (Entrance Excluded) - £29 Sunday 26th November - 9am - FESTIVE MYSTERY - £10 Monday 27th November - 9am - HEDGE END AND HASKINS - Bargain £10 Wed 29th November - 2.30pm - CHRISTMAS LIGHTS AT KEW (Entrance Included) - £50 Friday 1st December - 8am - WORCESTER - £29 Monday 4th December - 9am - CHRISTCHURCH AND STEWARTS - Bargain £10 Wednesday 6th December - 12noon - BOURNEMOUTH CHRISTMAS TREE TRAIL - £19 Friday 8th December - 1pm - WINCHESTER CHRISTMAS MARKET - £12 Saturday 9th December - 8am - STRATFORD CHRISTMAS MARKET - £30 Wednesday 13th December - 8am - BRIGHTON CHRISTMAS MARKET - £25 Friday 15th December - 8am - WINDSOR AT CHRISTMAS - £26 Pop into the Hythe office at 1a High Street, Hythe SO45 6AG Telephone: 023 8084 4788 or email: enquiries@watersidetours.co.uk HYTHE & DISTRICT CLUB (Private Members Club • CIU Affiliated) FORTHCOMING ENTERTAINMENT Friday 27th October – Outrage Saturday 28th October – The Treblemakers Friday 3rd November – About Time Saturday 4th November – The Strand Friday 10th November – Loose Connection Saturday 11th November – DJ Nite-Rider Friday 17th November – Sunstroke Saturday 18th November – The Natural High Friday 24th November – The Pick Ups Saturday 25th November – Made for Radio Friday 1st December – Handle With Care Saturday 2nd December – New Era Friday 8th December – Kaboodle Saturday 9th December – The Kazbaas Friday 15th December – Chevy 55 H UPSTAIRS FUNCTION ROOM WITH OWN TOILET AVAILABLE FOR MEMBERS TO HIRE H • Bingo Every Tuesday, plus 2 x flyers Friday & Saturday evening • Mo-jive Lessons & Dancing every Wednesday • Lunchtime Club every Thursday, including Quizzes, Games & Bingo • Lucky 7 on Sunday Lunchtime • Meat Draw Every Sunday • Key to Fortune Every Friday • Snooker • Pool • Darts etc • BT Sport PYLEWELL ROAD, HYTHE • (023) 8084 7139 www.hytheclub.com • E: club@hytheclub.co.uk SKY SPORT IS BACK The Ampfield Market e Market is always held on the first Saturday of the month excluding January and August which are holiday months. It takes place in Amp eld Village Hall (SO51 9BJ), between 10am and 12noon. Parking and admission are free. e Market has become a very popular meeting place, o ering the best value, most delicious refreshments in Hampshire! Every e ort is made to keep the sales tables lively and interesting. ere are top quality, locally sourced items for sale including cakes, biscuits, savoury foods, honey, fresh bread, eggs, plants, fruit and veg, cra s, books, cards, wrapping paper, jewellery and collectables. ey order their fruit and veg from Hansards a very reputable local supplier and they endeavour to sell a good variety of fresh, seasonal produce every month. ey are delighted to announce that Matt’s Bakery in Chandlers Ford is now supplying their bread each month. e Market generates almost £2,000 a year towards Village Hall funds. e Market team generously volunteer their time and baking skills to provide a delicious seasonal selection of cakes every month, which are served with co ee throughout the morning. e next Amp eld Market will take place on Saturday 4th November and Saturday 2nd December between 10 am and 12noon. If you would like to rent a table in the future or would just like more general information, then please contact Julie Trotter via: julie@amp eld.org.uk MUSIC IN ROMSEY e next concert in Romsey Abbey takes place on Saturday 4th November, A Night at the Ballet, Charity Symphony Orchestra, 7.30pm. On Saturday 11th November, For the Fallen, Music for Remembrance - Romsey Choral Society, 7.30pm. On Saturday 2nd December, George’s Trust, 7pm. For ticket purchases and enquiries please contact Romsey Visitor Information Centre, 13 Church Street, Romsey. Tel: 01794 512987 (no booking fee) or book online for Music in Romsey Abbey concerts in Romsey Abbey (booking fee applies) at: www.ticketsource/musicinromsey A NEW PLAY FOR THE NEW FOREST 11th-13th November, 7pm. e political satire features New Forest actors and all proceeds will go to the Beaulieu Common Good Trust which in recent years has supported dozens of local organisations. Tickets are £20 available from: cynicaltendency@gmail.com or Norris Gi s in Beaulieu. CHARITY CHRISTMAS CARD SALE On Saturday 4th November St John’s Church in Hythe will be hosting a Charity Christmas Card Sale in the Church from 10am-12noon. A number of di erent charities will have a table at the event and it’s a great opportunity to stock up on cards ready for this Christmas. Refreshments will also be served. eatre lovers in the New Forest have something to look forward to, the premiere of local author Ian Strathcarron’s new play Nigel Molesworth’s Cynical Tendency at Beaulieu Village Hall on Totton Sun owers WI invite you to join them at their Cake & Cra Fayre on Saturday 11th November at the ree Score Club, Totton between 10am and 3pm. Entry is free. ere will be a pop-up café with fabulous homemade cakes and many local cra ers selling their unique products. A great opportunity to start your Christmas Shopping or simply treat yourself! Cake & Craft Fayre