Herald - Issue 452

25th January 2024 • The HERALD • Page 37 v THE HERALD - ENCOURAGING LOCAL ENTERPRISE v OUT & ABOUT MAIN ROAD, EAST BOLDRE SO42 7WL • TEL: 01590 612331 • enquiries.turfcutters@gmail.com • www.the-turfcutters-new-forest.co.uk Opening Times: Monday to Thursday: Bar 12-9.30pm • Kitchen 12-2pm and 5.30-8pm Friday and Saturday: Bar 12-10.30pm • Kitchen 12-2.30pm and 5.30-8pm Sunday: Bar 12-7pm • Kitchen 12-6pm TURFCUTTERS ARMS BOOK NOW FOR MOTHER’S DAY • Sunday 10th March - Special Menu and a glass of zz for Mum LIVE MUSIC • ursday 25th January - Burns Night Supper • Friday 2nd February - The Transitions • Wednesday 14th February - Valentines Murder Mystery • Friday 23rd February - Hedgehogs A PROPER FOREST PUB! • Good Food, Good Beers, Comfortable Accommodation • Cosy Open Fires • Covered Eating Space • Lovely Garden • Sunday Roasts • Takeaway Thurs–Sat, 5-8pm NEW FOREST MILITARIA FAIR Small Fair, run by Collecters for Collectors 1st Wednesday of every month, 6-9pm (Evenings Only) COLBURY CHURCH ROOMS, DEERLEAP LANE, COLBURY, NR. ASHURST, HANTS SO40 7EH £1 Entry • Tables £8 booked in advance Contact Dave on: 07903 600865 Email: dcurtis290@gmail.com or sue.curtis93@ntlworld.com 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. Matt’s Bakery in Chandlers Ford supplies 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 3rd February between 10am and 12noon. Here are some more Market dates for your diary: 2nd March and 6th April. If you would like to rent a table in the future or would just like more general information, then contact Julie Trotter via: julie@amp eld.org.uk Hythe Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club takes place on the second Saturday of every month at their new venue of Hythe & District Social Club, Pylewell Road, Hythe. Go along on Saturday 10th February to enjoy the social interaction and banter with fellow veterans which will help improve your mental health and is good for PTSD. For more details text Graham on 07526 507053 or nd them on Facebook (Hythe Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club). VETERANS BREAKFAST CLUB MAKING OF A TV DOCUMENTARY New Forest and Waterside U3A’s next meeting is on Tuesday 6th February for a talk by Stuart Judd titled ‘Making of a TV documentary’. Followed on Tuesday 20th February for a talk by John Pitman titled ‘What the Butler saw’. 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, theatre trips, garden visits, local brewery visit, snowdrops at Welford. 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 Forest Militaria Fair e next New Forest Militaria Fair will be on Wednesday 7th February from 7pm to 9.30pm in the Colbury Church Rooms, Deerleap Lane, Colbury (near Ashurst) SO40 7EH. ere are stalls o ering a variety of militaria items, and these events are an ideal venue for dealers, collectors and enthusiasts to get together to buy, sell, swap, exhibit and talk about all aspects of militaria. All are welcome and admission is £1. Anyone who would like to pre-book a table at £6, should call Dave Curtis on: 07903 600865 or: 023 8178 1324. National Air Traffic Services New Forest Aviation Group (NFAG) meets monthly on the second Friday of the month at Lyndhurst Community Centre to enjoy a presentation from a speaker on all things ying (and beyond) followed by refreshments and chat with the speaker and NFAG friends. e next meeting is on Friday 9th February for a talk titled ‘National Air Tra c Services (NATS)’ by Andrew Burke. ey meet at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start and the meeting normally finishes 9.45pm. Admission is £2 for members and £5 for visitors. Full information is available at: www.nfag.info