Herald - Issue 450

7th December 2023 • The HERALD • Page 11 v SHOP LOCALLY FOR SERVICE & VALUE v ➢ Emergency roofing call out & repairs ➢ Storm damage ➢ Flat roofs ➢ Tiled roofs ➢ Roof investigations ➢ Roof condition reports ➢ Facsias, Soffits & guttering systems ➢ Insurance works ➢ Asbestos surveys ➢ Planned maintenance ➢ Total building refurbishment ➢ Commercial/dilapidation works ➢ Management & design ➢ All access supplied Emergency Call Out Service Available 023 8073 9259 or 07809 116605 Visit: hampshireroofingservices.co.uk or email us at: admin@hampshireroofingservices.co.uk PVCu DOOR SPECIALIST LOCK PROBLEMS? We Can Help with ALL types of Locks • Fix or Replace • Gain Entry Call us on 07453 327708 or 023 8155 0025 (24hr Service) • Police Approved Key Safes • All Work Guaranteed • Fully Insured • No Call Out Charge • No VAT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT LOCKSMITH WANTED Die-cast models & LEGO Model Railway & related items Hornby, Bachmann, Wrenn, Triang etc Locomotives & Rolling Stock Any age or gauge considered Call: 023 9286 4280 Mob: 07710 335989 Send your local news to The Editor, The Herald, 2 High Street, Hythe SO45 6AH Local NCI Officers and Watchkeepers Join Southampton Remembrance Day Service & Parade O cers and Watchkeepers from both Calshot Tower (QAVS) and Stone Point (Lepe Country Park) National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) Stations were invited to take part in the Southampton City Remembrance Service and Parade for the rst time this year. e Station Manager and Committee gratefully accepted the invite from the Lord Mayor, being recognised as part of the Search and Rescue Services in the UK working with HM Coastguard (HMCG), RNLI, other Lifeboats and Emergency Services in providing “eyes and ears along the coasts”. e NCI O cers and Watchkeepers were delighted and proud to be involved in this year’s Remembrance Day Service and Parade, and be part of such a special and important national day. e Right Worshipful Lord Mayor, Councillor Valerie Laurent, who is also the Honorary Admiral of the Port of Southampton, met Station Manager Bryan Young, and Watchkeeper Helena Carr at the Southampton Civic O ces prior to Remembrance Day. e visit was primarily to explain how the NCI operates detailing the support and service they provide to those on the sea and working with HMCG and other search and rescue services. Above: The Watchkeepers who were part of the NCI contingent on the day Left: NCI Poppy Wreath ROMSEY COUNTRY MARKET Romsey Country Markets will take place at the Romsey Town Hall and Community Café from 10.30am to 12.30pm on Fridays 8th and 15th December. ey love to cook, cra and grow just for you, so go along for a great range of home produced items such as seasonal fruit, vegetables, cakes, preserves, plants and cra s. Please check the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ romseycountrymarket or visit: www. hampshirecountrymarkets.co.uk Lymington Arts Group hold meetings in the McLellan Hall at Lymington Community Centre, New Street, Lymington SO41 9BQ, on the second Friday afternoon of each month (excepting February and August). Meetings start at 2.30pm and normally last two hours. eir next meeting will be on Friday 8th December for Lawrie Quigley demonstration on local landscape scene in oils. Visitors are very welcome and pay £3.50. Art in Lymington