Herald - Issue 448

Page 42 • The HERALD • 26th October 2023 v KEEP ACTIVE, KEEP HEALTHY v Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Karen 07590 516009 Wednesday 5.30pm & 7pm Thursdays 7.30am & 9am St John’s Church Hall, Hythe Kit Davison FHP MCFHP MAFHP Qualified Foot Health Practitioner • Corns, Calluses, ingrown toenails, • Athlete’s Foot and thickened toenails. • Toenail and fingernail cutting. Flexible appointments and home visits available. 07752 674591 kdavison@kdfootcare.co.uk http://kdfootcare.co.uk Waterside Health Walks Everyone is very welcome to go along and join in any of their free walks. Saturday 28th October, 10.30am, Tilery Road for a 5-mile walk; Thursday 2nd November, 2pm, Dennywood for a 2-mile walk; Monday 6th November, 10am, Black eld QE2 rec for a 2-mile walk and Thursday 16th November, 2pm, Blackwell Common for a 2.1-mile walk. Contact Mike Roberts on 023 8084 7461 or 07811 361319 for more information about the Waterside Health Walks group. Roving Ramblers If you like to walk, go along and join Roving Ramblers for their twice monthly walks. ey meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, starting at 10am for a 2 to 2½ hour walk. Walks are open to everyone and are a good opportunity to meet new friends, take a friend along or even take your dog with you to enjoy the walk. eir next walks take place: Wednesday 8th November meet at Methodist Church, Fawley and Wednesday 22nd November meet at Boldrewood car park, Wednesday 13th December meet at Tilery Road car park and Wednesday 10th January meet at Anderwood car park. For more details call Phil Butter eld on: 023 8084 5684 or: 07708 582285 or by emailing: cedaro ythe@ btinternet.com TOTTON HEALTH WALKS e next Totton Health Walk takes place on Monday 13th November for a West Totton - Bartley Park - Ashurst Bridge Walk. To nd out more and join the group please email: tottonhw@outlook.com Parkinson’s Support e New Forest Branch of Parkinson’s UK welcome all Parkinson’s people and their Carers to join a fun chair based exercise class with the emphasis on functional tness, followed by co ee, biscuits and chat. e classes are held Tuesday mornings at 10.30am at the Boldre War Memorial Hall, Pilley, SO41 5QG. £3 per session (Carers free). Contact: 07595 927299, or just go along. e New Forest Branch of Parkinson’s UK meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Boldre War Memorial Hall, Pilley, SO41 5QG from 2pm to 4.30pm. Friendly support, information and social activities are available for all people with Parkinson’s, their Carers, families and friends. All new members are very welcome. No membership fees, but voluntary donations always welcome. Contact: 07595 927299 or visit: www.parkinsonsnewforest.org New Forest Disability New Forest Disability is at The Grove every Thursday to support Waterside residents with their disabilityrelated bene ts. is service is by appointment only and pre-booked through their main o ce on: 01425 628750. ey also o er a Drop-in Advice Service at Hythe Library on the first Tuesday of every month, between 11am and 1pm. So, if you need advice on equipment, transport, carer support, social activities, disabled facilities grants (ramps, level access showers, door widening), disability-related bene ts, support groups or anything else, go along and ask their friendly adviser a question. ey’d be happy to help. For more information about the services they o er, visit: www.newforestdis.org.uk ‘Living A er Loss’ Bereavement Support Group is provided in Partnership with the Red and Green Practice, Hythe and Black eld Patient Participation Group, Waterside Health Centre. Meet others who have experienced loss, to talk and share in a safe environment. e team, led by Dot Croall, will be on hand to listen, and support you, and provide information on useful resources. Tea, co ee and snacks will be provided, and you are welcome to come and go at any time that suits you. Join them on the 2nd Monday of the month from 2pm to 4pm, at the Lighthouse Community Church, A326, Hardley Green. Please feel free to take a friend or relative along with you. eir next meet up is on Monday 14th November. ey also meet on the 4th Monday of the month at Bethany Gospel Hall, Holbury from 2pm to 4pm. For further information visit: www. LivingA erLoss.co.uk or telephone Dot Croall: 023 8019 6643, email her direct at: dcroall@hotmail.com or email: info@LivingA erLoss.co.uk LIVING AFTER LOSS Stoma Support Waterside Stoma Support meets at St Andrew’s Church, Dibden Purlieu every other month. A Stoma Nurse is in attendance along with a stoma care company when available for advice and samples. eir next meeting will be on Wednesday 8th November from 1.30pm until 3pm. With refreshments and home-made cakes (for a small charge) a friendly face is guaranteed. Friends and carers are welcome to go along to chat to fellow ostomates. For more information telephone Hazel on: 023 8089 1934 or email: juderhay@outlook.com