Page 28 • The HERALD • 4th August 2022 v WE’VE BEEN YOUR LOCAL SINCE 1994 v New Forest Scaffolding All aspects of scaffolding undertaken • Extensions • Chimneys • Re-Roofing • New Builds etc For a friendly, local, reliable service and a free quotation Telephone: 07734 476855 www.newforestscaffolding.co.uk Full Liability Insurance Lychette Cottage, Roughdown, Blackfield SO45 1XG The Square, Fawley, Southampton SO45 1DD T: 023 8112 3112 E: email@example.com All Plumbing Works Undertaken Full Bathroom Installation Toilet Fix from £75 Fully Insured Free Quotes No Job Too Big or Too Small PLUMBING & BATHROOMS DECORATING Interior and Exterior Established 1985 07867 528307 firstname.lastname@example.org FLAT ROOFING SPECIALISTS All Roof Repairs Tel: 023 8184 5632 Mobile: 07880 508415 Email: steve@braithwaiteroo ng.co.uk THE FLAT ROOF SPECIALIST DEBUT RECITAL FOR LOCAL PROFESSIONAL VIOLINIST Local part time professional violinist, Toby Cuss ARSM, is set to perform his debut solo recital in September at three concerts. Toby grew up near Lymington and started playing the violin aged just 4 and is uniquely a 4th generation student of the legendary Russian Pedagogue, Leopold Auer. Toby completed his performance diploma in 2017 making him a recognised associate of the Royal School of Music. Now aged 25 Toby is an active member of the Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra in London and Southampton based Wessex Sinfonetta. Toby performs under the alias TCV Virtuoso, many of his performances can be found on social media including Classical, Pop and Grime genres. TCV Virtuoso Debut Recitals will feature works by Fritz Kriesler, Jules Massenet, Pytor Tchaikovsky and Edouard Lalo with Helen Woodgates playing the piano accompaniments. e rst performance will be on Sunday 4th September at 3.30pm, at St Andrew’s Church in Dibden Purlieu (SO45 4PT), tickets will be £5 cash on entry to the recital. e second performance is taking place a few days later on Wednesday 7th September, 7.30pm at Hangar Farm Arts Centre in Totton (SO40 8FT) tickets for In the last edition of the Herald we reported on the success of the Honeypot Big Give campaign raising over £90K. One of the 400 children to bene t from the Wellbeing Fund Grant is a young carer named Ralphie. Aged just 9, Ralphie is supported by Honeypot and gets very frustrated and angry sometimes due to his caring responsibilities. e family’s garden is small and not suitable for a trampoline, something Ralphie had always wanted. Honeypot’s Wellbeing Fund helped Ralphie with an indoor trampette so he can use it whenever he needs his own space to release some frustration. Viv Carter, Community Engagement Manager for the Honeypot Children’s Charity, commented “Young carers are real superheroes, yet their work is often not acknowledged and many live in extreme isolation, faced with financial pressures and heightened anxiety. Ralphie’s parents told us that his well-being has improved immensely since having the trampette, as you can see from his big smile! Thanks to the support of INEOS Lyndhurst Office, the Childhood Trust and our wonderful supporters who donated so generously, even more young carers aged 5-12, like Ralphie, will now be able to receive a this recital are available from: www.minsteadtrust.org. uk/hanger-farm Palace House in Beaulieu plays host to the nal performance with TCV Virtuoso performing to a private audience. e recital programmes have been kindly sponsored by Expert Domestics and urston both based in Holbury. e proceeds from collections at the end of each performance will go to e Rose Road Association in memory of Harvey Cutt. e Rose Road Association provides a range of services for young disabled people aged 0-25, their parents, families and carers. Harvey and his family had received care and support from Rose Road over a period of 10 years before Harvey sadly passed away peacefully aged just 17. It is hoped that the money raised will go towards the creation of a new cinema room at the Rose Road Centre. Follow TCV Virtuoso on Facebook: www.facebook. com/TCVVirtuoso TCV Virtuoso Building Brighter Futures for Young Carers with the Honeypot Wellbeing Fund Honeypot Wellbeing Grant to help them build brighter futures and create happy childhood memories.” If you would like to know more about Honeypot, please visit: www.honeypot.org.uk Ralphie, enjoying his trampette thanks to Honeypot’s Wellbeing Fund Grant Summer Clothes Swap Shop Waterside Clothes Swap is holding their summer swap event on Sunday 7th August at the Sea Scout Hut, Shore Road in Hythe. Clothes can be dropped o e principles of the event are: it’s free to enter, you don’t have to bring any items to join in, there is no minimum donations for items swapped, all money raised will go to a local charity or community project and any remaining clothes will be fairly distributed between local charity shops. from 10am and the doors to the swap itself will open from 1pm–3pm.