Herald - Issue 448

26th October 2023 • The HERALD • Page 51 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v Everyone welcome to our Services SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE 10.30AM 1st Sunday of the month Communion HAMPTON LANE, BLACKFIELD SO45 1XA Yours Faithfully... You are invited to BETHANY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Rollestone Road, Holbury Every Sunday, 6.20pm for 6.30pm Christian Worship & Teaching 023 8089 2153 Everyone Welcome The next Herald is out on 16th November A Date for your Diary!! Following on from their highly successful summer concert which raised over £500, All Saints Church, Marsh Lane, Fawley are hosting a Christmas Concert on Saturday 2nd December at 7pm, to get you in the mood for the festive season. e evening promises to be entertaining, commencing with the Melody Makers singing a selection of seasonal songs. Lymington Town Band will be playing an assortment of music a er the interval. e evening will be rounded o by the Melody Makers, accompanied by Lymington Town Band, singing some favourite Christmas carols. Audience participation is welcomed but not compulsory. ey will be selling so drinks and wine and there will also be a ra e with some lovely prizes on o er. e cost of a ticket is only £5. Tickets are available from e Herald o ce in Hythe; e Store in Black eld and the Convenience shop in Fawley. ere will also be tickets available to purchase on the night. So, please go along and support this event. A Musical Journey with Ann Turner and Friends On Saturday 25th November Ann Turner and Friends will be presenting a concert entitled ‘A Musical Journey’ in St Andrew’s Centre Hall at 7.30pm. It will be in aid of the Honeypot Children’s Charity which provides support to children between 5 and 12 who act as young Carers. e charity has a local base just outside Exbury. ere will be a variety of musical styles during the evening, including piano duets and a range of vocal music. Join them on a journey from madrigals to modern time. You will also be able to hear more about the charity during the evening. ere is no charge or tickets for the concert but Hythe will be ablaze with twinkling lights, when a host of beautifully decorated and illuminated Christmas trees ll St John’s Church for the annual Christmas Tree Festival. is fundraising event is organised by Hythe 2000, which supports the Smarties Parent & Toddler Group, Gateway IT For All and local primary schools – Hythe Primary and Waterside Primary – plus the church itself. e concept is simple: local groups, businesses, societies, families, friends and individuals are invited to take an arti cial Christmas tree to the church before the festival and decorate it to a theme of their own choice. Trees can be themed to promote a particular cause, humorous, thought provoking, or just simply artistic. During the Festival visitors have the opportunity to bid for a tree using the silent auction form, at the end of the festival the winning bid will be noti ed, and they Hythe 2000 Christmas Tree Festival From Hythe 2000 can collect their tree. We look forward to welcoming all of our di erent local groups as they display their trees for the enjoyment of our community at our annual Christmas Tree Festival. e trees, supplied, decorated and donated by your group will be available for viewing at St. John’s Church, Hythe from Saturday 25th November to Thursday 7th December. If you would like to donate a tree or wreath, please contact: hythe2000@ gmail.com or call: 079464 23260. All Souls Service of Thanksgiving and Commemoration St John’s Church in Hythe are holding an All Souls Service of anksgiving and Commemoration on Sunday 5th November at 5.30pm, with prayers for departed loved ones. there will be a retiring collection which will be used totally in support of the charity. Why not go along to an entertaining evening and support a very worthwhile cause. For more information about Honeypot Children’s Charity please visit: www.honeypot.org. uk