Herald - Issue 448

Page 38 • The HERALD • 26th October 2023 v SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES v OUT & ABOUT Lady Cynthia’s FLEA MARKET Sunday 19th November, 10am-4pm Lyndhurst Community Centre (in Lyndhurst Main Car Park) v Tombola, Teddy Bears, Christmas Decorations, Handmade Cushions, Antiques, Bric-a-Brac, Gorgeous Knitted Toys, Haberdashery, Media, DVDs, Pretty Jugs and much more... v Admission FREE • Next Market: 7th January 2024 Enquiries 023 8070 5060 Saturday 18th November at 3pm SOLENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA presents a programme of Music inspired by times past v A delightful musical afternoon not to be missed! v Tickets include programme and refreshments Tickets £10 (under18 £5) from the Church office, the Herald office or www.wegottickets.com Proceeds to Cornerstone Repairs Fund & Orchestra funds Cornerstone, New Road, Hythe, SO45 6BR new forest mohair FARM TO YARN MOHAIR SHOP Open Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th November Open 10.30am until 4pm daily at Linden, Jordans Lane, Pilley, Lymington SO41 5QW www.newforestmohair.co.uk • 01590 679921 Hand-dyed mohair yarns, curly fleece and fibres. Needlefelting supplies, craft kits, socks, throws and hand-knits Forest Edge Travel 8 Seater Air Conditioned Vehicle We provide a personal and reliable private hire transportation to individuals, families and businesses in your area: l Local and Long Distance l Airport & Seaport Transfers l Corporate and Social Events l Sporting Events/Group Bookings l Weddings l Days Out l Very Competitive Rates Licenced by New Forest District Council, Forest Edge Travel welcomes all enquiries - please contact Jason on: 023 8087 2949 Mobile: 07720 667171 Email: info@forestedgetravel.co.uk www.forestedgetravel.co.uk COFFEE & CHAT Every Thursday 10am until 12noon ALL WELCOME Hampton Lane, Blackfield SO45 1XA Solent Concert Orchestra to Play in Hythe e Solent Concert Orchestra are a group of talented and enthusiastic amateur musicians who have been regularly putting on concerts in the Solent area for over 30 years. eir repertoire ranges from wellloved classical symphonic works and concertos, to shorter pieces from all periods covering many di erent musical genres. e orchestra makes a welcome return to Hythe for their next concert at Cornerstone, Hythe United Reformed Church on Saturday 18th November at 3pm, when they will be giving a delightful a ernoon Autumn Concert of ‘Music inspired by times past’. Please note particularly that the start time is 3pm in the a ernoon – which is a change from previous evening concerts. e delightful programme includes Brahms Variations on a eme by Haydn (St Anthony Chorale), Delibes Movement from Coppélia Ballet Suite, Rossini La Cenerentola Overture, Boyce A Boyce Suite, Ra Sinfonietta for 10 Wind Instruments, Walton Two Pieces from Henry V and Kitcherside Lymington Quay. A concert not to be missed!! Proceeds from the concert will go to the Orchestra funds and the Cornerstone Building Repairs Fund. ere will also be a retiring collection for the Tottonbased charity ‘Dentaid – e Dental Charity’, in aid of their work providing dental care and oral health advice for people experiencing homelessness and other under-served communities. Tickets at £10 (u18 £5), including programme and interval refreshments, are available from the Cornerstone Church O ce, e Herald O ce in Hythe or: www.wegottickets.com. More information is available on: solentconcertorchestra.org.uk TABLE TOP SALES Every 2 weeks on a Tuesday morning from 9.30am to 12noon there’s a great TABLE TOP SALE at Cornerstone Hythe URC in New Road. ere’s always a great selection of Electrical items, Jewellery, Collectables, Kitchenware, Glassware, Bags, Toys, Bric-a-brac, a great many Jig-saw Puzzles and an extensive library of Paperback Books, CDs and DVDs. All proceeds go to the Cornerstone Building Repairs Fund. e next sale is on Tuesday 7th November. e subsequent dates are 21st November, 5th and 19th December. And, of course, co ee, tea and biscuits are always available in the Foyer too! Stourhead to Stanpit 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 8th November. Andrew Cleave MBE (local natural historian, author, photographer and tour leader) will talk about “Isle of Scilly Birds,” a renowned stopover spot for migrating birds. 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). e group have a eld trip from 10am to 1pm on Saturday 4th November to Badminston Common (SU 461 021). Meet at the end of Badminston Lane, Fawley. For further information please email: NewForestGroup@RSPB.org.uk or visit: group.rspb. org.uk/newforest/. ose 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. New Forest and Waterside U3A’s next meeting is on Tuesday 7th November for their AGM. New Forest and Waterside have many interest groups such as gardening, history, discussion, skittles and much more. ere is usually a lunch once a month and a holiday once a year. Other activities have included a visit to Bath Christmas Market, Hilliers for the lights, Lepe House open garden and theatre trips. Tea and biscuits are available a er the talk, and the meeting ends at approximately 3.30pm. If you are interested in joining this friendly group please go along on the first or third Tuesday in the month to St Andrew’s Church Hall, Dibden Purlieu, meetings commence at 2pm or email the Secretary: u3a. nfwsecretary@outlook.com FAWLEY FIREWORKS MUSICAL SPECTACULAR Autumn has arrived and that means one thing – the Fawley Fireworks Musical Spectacular. is year on Sunday 5th November the event starts at 5.30pm, there is a fun fair for the children and there will be a variety of food and drink stands including Vibrant Brewery, e Howley Co ee Company, Vicki’s yummy fresh doughnuts, Carpe Diem handmade Pizza, and Woody’s catering to name a few. ey are hoping to be joined by the wonderful Pantheatrix providing an exciting LED Light Performance and all topped o with a spectacular display from Paynes Wessex Fireworks. ey are encouraging people to buy wristbands in advance to avoid a log jam of cars and people trying to buy wristbands and parking permits at the last minute by o ering an Early Bird price of £3, (£5 a er 29th October until 2pm on 5th November). Newlands Road will be closed at both ends from 4pm onwards and you will only be able to access the road if you have a parking permit displayed in your car. Parking Permits are £5 and, along with the wristbands, are available from Gang Warily Reception open from 7am-9pm every day except Saturday and then it’s 10am-7pm. Please note there will be no wristbands or parking permits for sale on the gate. All tickets MUST be purchased before 2pm on 5th November.