Herald - Issue 427

v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 4th August 2022 • The HERALD • Page 15 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 A Fete Fit for a Queen! e 2022 Marchwood Village Fete took place recently extending the village’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. e Fete was even opened by Queen Elizabeth, a Prince, a Princess and a Page! e sun shone and it seemed like the whole village turned out to enjoy themselves creating a wonderful atmosphere. e crowds were entertained with music from Hamwic Brass Band who played a welcome fanfare and the National Anthem for e Queen and Uke Box Glory serenaded those who were sat at the bar tent, enjoying a drink or two! anks go to e Roebuck for working tirelessly, to quench everyone’s thirst! Families were treated to Jonathan the Jester and Circus Wessex, both inside and outside of the Arena, as well as Flare Gymnastics performing terri c moves. e fun dog show was a big success with over 65 entrants and many chose to have a go at the dog agility course, provided by one of the sponsors. e Marchwood Fete Committee extend their thanks to all their Sponsors and Ra e prize donors and special thanks to the brilliant Team from TRANT who cleared up what little litter was le at the end. Looking ahead to 2023 the committee are looking to welcome 4 additional members to support them or perhaps you own a dog company that could run the dog show next year, or maybe you could volunteer some time to support the team on the day. If you think you can help, please contact Sue Kerrigan-Harris (Fete Chair) on: marchwoodfete@gmail.com or call 07740 282399. The Queen and Jonathan the Jester The Dog Show Milk Bottle Top Collection Stopped We have received a message from St Andrews in Dibden Purlieu to say that they will no longer be collecting milk bottle tops. Unfortunately there isn’t anywhere locally that we are aware of now taking milk bottle tops. However there is a company a little further a eld in Portsmouth that recycle them on behalf of charities. GHS Recycling in Hilsea accept drop o s Monday to ursday 9am - 4pm and Friday’s 9am – 1pm. Please note that they only take washed milk bottle tops and they must be stored in clear bags. ere is a list of charities on their website for you to choose from, you just need to nominate your chosen charity when you drop them o . e charities listed include: Hampshire and IOW Air Ambulance, Naomi House and Cancer Research. For full details about the scheme please visit: g h s r e c y c l i n g . c o . u k / charity-scheme GHS Recyling drop o point can be found at: Unit 32 Ackworth Road, Shawcross Ind Park, Portsmouth, PO3 5JP.