Herald - Issue 458

30th May 2024 • The HERALD • Page 29 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v Lazy Daze Boat Charter Scenic boat trips along the beautiful Beaulieu River, taking in the rich history and abundance of wildlife. From £200 (max 10 people) Fishing trips from £50 pp (Min 6 max 8 people) Contact Jeff 07810 431563 or 023 8084 2734 jcjsemple@btinternet.com www.lazydazefishing.co.uk For individual wildlife trips book with Wild New Forest All trips depart Bucklers Hard. £5 parking fee applies All General Plumbing • Boiler Installations • Boiler Breakdowns • Gas Appliance Servicing • Central Heating Repairs 023 8089 9300 07917 445369 petertarr1@hotmail.co.uk Reg: 3515993 PETER TARR Gas, Plumbing & Heating NEW FOREST PLUMBING AND MAINTENANCE 24/7 LTD *YOUR LOCAL 24 HOUR EMERGENCY CALL OUT PLUMBER* We provide a wide range of plumbing services, with an established reputation for quality, service and customer satisfaction. www.newforestplumbing247.com Contact us on 07912 092557 or 023 8194 0237 newforestplumbing@yahoo.com Send your local news to The Editor, The Herald, 2 High Street, Hythe SO45 6AH IT’S A KIND OF MAGIC A very special evening was enjoyed by members of Hythe & Waterside Rotary members and their guests when Alister Brien came to give a talk. Alister was Deputy Head at Bournemouth School for Girls for 5 years before being appointed as Headteacher in 2004; he retired in 2022 a er some 18 years later. BSG is a state grammar school for 1200 girls and is a highly successful school with results consistently placing them as one of the top performing schools in the country. In retirement, Alister gives talks about his life as a headteacher, speaking passionately about helping the students to become the best they can be, as well as detailing the many and varied skills needed to be a successful headteacher. A former student at BSG was Olivia Burt who tragically died at the age of 20 when a metal barrier collapsed, falling on to her when she was queueing outside a club in Durham. Olivia’s parents set up a charitable foundation in her name, Olivia Inspires, With Father’s Day just around the corner on Sunday 16th June, why not shop locally and put a smile on a local retailer’s face as well as your Dad’s! You’d be surprised what you can nd locally to you, from watches, jewellery and clothing, hobby supplies and personalised gi s, to locally produced artisan food and drink. Treat your Dad to a meal out at his favourite independent café, restaurant or pub, or if your budget won’t stretch that far, make him a meal at home, pick up a nice steak, roasting joint or meat to BBQ from your local butcher and some fresh locally grown vegetables from your local greengrocer or market to go alongside. Or why not take your Dad out for a day trip to a local visitor attraction, many o er money o deals for Father’s Day with half price and free entry for Dad’s! Shop Locally for Father’s Day Alister and Terri spinning some magic President of the Wessex Magical Association. During his talk, he engaged Hythe & Waterside Rotary President Elect, Terri Whitehouse to assist with some of his magic tricks. based in Lymington, to help young people in the New Forest to realise their potential, and Alister is one of the trustees. Alister is also a celebrant, having o ciated at over 90 services during the last two years, and just to make sure that he isn’t le with any spare time, Alister is a member of the Magic Circle and has been A Print and Stitch Workshop is taking place on Monday 3rd June, 10am-12pm at Lepe Country Park. Create a decorative piece of work of your own design combining contact/nature printing, lino stamps, frottage, Indian ink drawing and stitch on to a material base. Material, thread, stamps, and ink will be provided (non-washable ink). Bring your own needles and embroidery hoops if desired. is is a bookable event, please contact visitor services on lepe.enquiries@hants. gov.uk or call: 023 8089 9108. £7.50 per session and usual parking charges apply. Print & Stitch Workshop