Herald - Issue 427

v CALL US: 023 8084 5700 v 4th August 2022 • 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 Prints, Paintings, Tapestries & Embroideries Live Life Your Way... • Clothing • Camping Kits and Tents• • Walking Shoes and Boots • • Cool Boxes and Equipment • Open Monday to Saturday: 9.15am to 5.15pm • 023 8181 1008 www.nuibuoutdoors.co.uk • enquiries@nuibuoutdoors.co.uk • Jewellers • Watchmakers J. COLLINS & SON Proudly Serving the Waterside since 1972 10 Marsh Parade, Hythe, Southampton, Hants Tel: (023) 8084 3074 WE ARE KEEN TO BUY ALL SECONDHAND JEWELLERY, SCRAP GOLD Stockists of large range of gold, silver and gem set jewellery Main Agents for Citizen, Rotary, Lorus Watches and Seiko Clocks Kit Heath & Hot Diamond Silver Jewellery Stockists Secondhand Jewellery for Sale Our Professional Services include Jewellery &Watch Repairs, Re-Stringing Local Six Year Old Donates Birthday Money to Calshot RNLI A local six-year-old girl, Lola Barron, made a sel ess gesture by asking for donations to Calshot RNLI instead of receiving presents this year. Lola, who lives locally to the lifeboat station was welcomed to the station by crew and was given a VIP tour of the station and the boats, before having her picture taken with crew. e excitement didn’t end there, as just as the visit was nishing, the pagers sounded, and volunteer crew launched Calshot’s relief Atlantic 85 B Class lifeboat Paul and Stella Rowsell to two paddleboarders in di culty just o nearby Calshot Castle. Lifeboat Visits O cer, Justyn Leonard said; “We’re always grateful when people choose to give money to us, especially in the current economic climate. It’s even more humbling when someone of Lola’s age chooses to donate to us instead of receiving birthday presents.” Lola with Calshot RNLI volunteer crew members Damian Lester, Kelley Leonard & Daniel Reeve (RNLI/Justyn Leonard) Lola (RNLI/Justyn Leonard) Hythe andWaterside Rotary have recently donated 277 copies of the Usborne Illustrated Dictionary to 6 Primary and Junior schools in the local area (Marchwood Junior, Hythe Primary, Waterside Primary, Wildground Junior, Cadland Primary and Beaulieu Primary). These will be distributed to new Year 4 pupils in September for them to keep for life as part of a national Rotary project, which has been running for over 14 years and is supported by Usborne Publishing Ltd. To date, over a million dictionaries have been distributed through this project with an international version for donation overseas.  e overall aim is to promote literacy and facility with the English language and, more generally, a love of books.  e dictionaries contain over 10,000 entries and over 1,000 illustrations. is year’s dictionaries were partly funded by a generous donation from the Beaulieu Beaufort Foundation. DICTIONARIES FOR LIFE Usborne Illustrated Dictionary