Herald - Issue 391

v CALL US: 023 8084 5700 v 25th June 2020 • 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 HYTHE MARINA VILLAGE 023 8084 4066 | FREE PARKING info@boathousehythe.co.uk www.boathousehythe.co.uk Come and look at our NEW menus, both lunch and evening. We welcome all our customers back. Remember there will be some restrictions on numbers, no crowding at the bar and the place is full of sanitising stations. WELCOME BACK ALL NEW MENU OUT NOW WE ARE STILL FULL ON WITH OUR HOME DELIVERY OF QUALITY EVENING MEALS. VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO VIEW MENU & ORDER LOOKING FOR A RELAXING LUNCH COME AND TRY OUR NEW ‘SUMMERTIME SCHNITZEL SPECIALS’ SP DECORATING Painting & Decorating Specialist Simon Perks Tel: 07889 091420 Email: simonperks@rocketmail.com • Interior & Exteriors • Wallpaper Hanging • Prompt & Reliable Service • Free Quotations & Expert Advice • Fully Insured Approved by Trading Standards AMAZING FUNDRAISING FOR AGE CONCERN NEW FOREST A Fundraising Plant Sale was due to be held in May, but then Coronavirus Lockdown happened. at did not stop Frank Wood, one of the Sunday Lunch Clients and Christine King, one of the Trustees. ey grew tomato plants and sold them and donated the money to Age Concern New Forest. e remaining plants were sold outside the O ce in Dibden Purlieu at the beginning of June. Frank donated £288 from his sales and £98 was raised from the remaining sales. Age Concern New Forest would like to thank Frank and Christine for their kind support and to everyone who bought the tomato plants, which has helped during these di cult and uncertain times. An Aquarium for Romsey Last year, members of the Romsey community created a ‘Zoo’ from plant-pot animals… and this year, plans are afoot for an ‘Aquarium’! Over the last few weeks during ‘Lockdown’, the leaders of Romsey Young Carers have been delivering packages of various ‘goodies’ to their members, to help them get through this di cult time. One of these was a template and cra materials to make some brightly-decorated sh. Once the nished sh have been collected in, they will be made into a display of the group’s work. Romsey Town Council have kindly given permission to put the display in the ground oor windows of the Town Hall, whilst the building is not being used for functions. It is hoped that by seeing their work together, members of the Romsey Young Carers will feel part of a group again following their isolation. Also, as more shops are allowed to re-open, the ‘Aquarium’ should welcome shoppers back into Romsey, and bring some much needed cheer. Children making their fish