The Herald - Issue 359

The Herald - Issue 359

v CALL US: 023 8084 5700 v 2nd August 2018 • The HERALD • Page 3 THE FRAME SHOP 15 Marsh Parade, Hythe SO45 6AN Tel: 023 8084 4741 PICTURE FRAMING PICTURE FRAMING PICTURE FRAMING ESTABLISHED 1987 Local Art & Prints MOBILE CARPET SHOP THAT COMES TO YOU SUPPLY & FITTING of Carpet, Vinyl or FIT ONLY of your flooring ANY LIKE FOR LIKE QUOTATION • Furniture moved and rubbish removed on request • Doors eased • Re-adaptions, re-stretches, repairs F ree estimates • OaP D iscOunt a vailable • crb c heckeD Tel: 023 8089 2034 or 07771 521243 A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE NEXT TO THE WATER CHECK OUT OUR DAILY SPECIAL OFFERS LUNCH SERVED DAILY 12-2.30PM A LA CARTE MENU | EVENING MEALS CHILDREN’S MENU TEA & COFFEE | COCKTAILS HYTHE MARINA VILLAGE 023 8084 4066 | FREE PARKING info@boathousehythe.co.uk www.boathousehythe.co.uk Enjoy a cocktail or Italian Coffee on our outside decking, where you can escape the stress of everyday life and watch the world go by Send your local news to The Editor, The Herald, 2 High Street, Hythe SO45 6AH business to preserve, protect and restore it for the benefit of the community and the wider public. I am particularly pleased that Waitrose has chosen to support us, we have shared values and working together we can make a real difference.” For more information about the Hythe Pier Heritage Association go to our web site www. savehythepier.org.uk Funding Boost for Pier Project Continued from Front page Broscars Night for Brockenhurst College Students By Ruth Rankin - Editor At the end of the term, Brockenhurst College students celebrated their hard work and achievements at their 5th annual Broscars ceremony - their very own Oscar night. This took place at Bournemouth University last month and was well attended by family and friends. This event was to demonstrate the student’s skills in Media, radio, animation, film, advertising and the night possible, all the students have worked so hard on their final pieces. ” She welcomed and encouraged the Year 2 students to come back and visit and said she would love to hear how they are doing in the future. and showing their potential. Ollie England – Media Tutor said: “I am always amazed at how good their work and presentations are, and the fact that the students are still so young to work at this level. It’s great to see their work on the big screen” . Andrea Waymen – Course Leader said : “I would like to thank so many people who made editing. The students also planned and put the evening together. There were hosts for the evening who introduced the awards, showed a short clip for each entrant and then announced the winners. Amongst the winners from the First year were Josh Rice for best website. James Cromwell for best charity advert and Ben Holloway for short scene. For the Year 2 students the short film award went to Yacin Abbas. Documentary to Chelsea Jones. Best TV advertisement to Bonnie Landi and People’s choice short film went to Casey Rankin. As a Parent of one of the student’s I found the evening interesting and entertaining. Seeing the students work displayed on a large screen was a pleasure to watch. I could see how much hard work they had put into their movie making and other media work. The students are a tribute to the college, taking their work seriously

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