Herald - Issue 402

v CALL US: 023 8084 5700 v 18th February 2021 • 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 Collections, Tapestries & Embroideries MEETING ALL YOUR GLASS AND MIRROR NEEDS • Glass cut to size • Mirrors made to measure • Broken glass repaired • Misted up or broken double-glazed units replaced • Glass table tops • Heat-resistant glass for woodburners 75 Rumbridge Street, Totton Tel: (023) 8086 3074 TOTTON GLASS HYTHE MARINA VILLAGE 023 8084 4066 | FREE PARKING info@boathousehythe.co.uk www.boathousehythe.co.uk • TEA • COFFEE •BREAKFASTS • LUNCHES • EVENING MEALS • EVENTS • TAKEAWAYS • BIRTHDAY PARTIES AND MUCH MORE - FULL BAR with many small businesses, have generously contributed to. If you see Billy out and about in the local area whilst on your daily walks, give him a wave and cheer of encouragement on this massive challenge. For more information about Saints Foundation and how they are transforming lives, visit: www. southamptonfc.com/saints-foundation To keep up to date with Billy’s progress or to donate go to: www.facebook.com/billysboltto1000k , www. justgiving.com/fundraising/billysboltto1000k do is incredible, and I feel as though, in these unprecedented times I have done my bit for our local community. The Foundation use the power and passion of the club to transform lives in and around Southampton, helping people fulfil their potential to be more involved, healthier, and empowered members of the community.” Billy is hoping to smash his target of £2,500 and has various fundraising activities planned including a ra e extravaganza which the football club, along Billy Bolts to 1000km! Continued from front page Healthy Grant e Healthy Haven Garden at the Waterside Medical Practice has been successful in being awarded a grant for £3,000 from the Trustees of the Dibden Allotment fund. e Healthy Haven volunteers will use it towards a new Log cabin. ey need to raise £7,500 for a log cabin which will last 30-40 years and have now raised just over £4,000. eir fundraising is on-going and people can hand in donations at the surgery or send a cheque payable to “ e Red and Green Practice”. Although some of the Herald distribution points have had to temporarily close due to COVID-19 we are thrilled to see that so many of our readers have been enjoying the Herald online. One of the positives to come out of the pandemic is the number of people who now feel more comfortable using technology. It truly has been a lifeline to so many, whether it be keeping up with family, shopping, home-schooling or work – we have come to rely on the internet more than ever for our day-to-day living. Over 26,000 people viewed our magazine online in January 2021, compared to 14,000 in the same period of 2020 . With 8,000 people visiting our Facebook page in January and the number of interactions through social media growing daily, we are proud to be part of such a tech-savvy community! So, if you are not able to get out to pick up your copy of the Herald, join us online at: www.herald-publishing. co.uk, www.facebook.com/heraldpublishing where you will always be able to see the current issue along with previous issues – there really is no reason to miss out! LET’S GET DIGITAL! Left to right: Christine Bennett, Pam Sattar