Herald - Issue 393

Page 4 • The HERALD • 6th August 2020 v SEND ALL YOUR LOCAL NEWS TO THE HERALD v Professional installers of Fascias, Guttering, Cladding, PVCu Windows & Doors Composite Doors • 10 year labour and product guarantees Repairs, cleaning and advice also available Tel: 023 8086 9715 or 07888 705455 enquiries@aztecfascias.com TRU-FLOW PLUMBING SERVICES For all your Domestic Plumbing, Tiling, Painting and Decorating Requirements • Fully Insured • Discounts for Senior Citizens Please Contact Andy Tel: 023 8087 0145 • Mobile: 07962 590089 • J ewellers • W atchmakers 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 M ain A gents for C itizen , R otary , P ulsar , L orus W atches and S eiko C locks Kit Heath & Hot Diamond Silver Jewellery Stockists Secondhand Jewellery for Sale Our Professional Services include Jewellery & Watch Repairs, Re-Stringing, Ear Piercing HANNAH’S ELECTRICS Your Local Female Electrician NEED AN ELECTRICIAN? From simple upgrades to complete house re-wiring - and everything in-between, Hannah’s Electrics is the perfect choice. A trusted tradeswoman with sensible rates covering Southampton, New Forest & Waterside areas CONTACT HANNAH 07585 778136 W: www.hannahs-electrics.co.uk • E: hannahelectrics@gmail.com Like us on Facebook Where There’s a Will Will Lickely is running a marathon on 28th August for the Waterside Cancer Support Centre because of the incredible work they do for the local community. He entered into the Southampton marathon, but unfortunately, it was quite rightly cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions, so he’s decided to do a virtual marathon on his own. Like most people, he has had friends and family that have had to tackle cancer, and it is the care and support that charities like the Waterside Cancer Support Centre provide that can be such a lifeline for so many. e sta down at the centre do such fantastic work with an inspiring amount of compassion and care. It has meant so much seeing the donations coming in and has been a brilliant motivation for him to put on his running shoes and get out there and run. Trying to cope with training for a marathon, doing university work, and Covid-19 has presented its challenges but, he is feeling good with just weeks to go! Please help him to raise funds and make a donation to his just giving page at www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/tubby-boy-runs- for-cancer Will Lickely The Eling Tide Mill Experience Re-opens e Eling Tide Mill Experience is now open Friday until Sunday from 10.30am until 4.30pm. ings are a bit di erent and some changes have been made. ey are not milling during opening hours, although you can watch the milling process on the interactive screen and our is also available to buy. ere are 4 time-slots 10.30am; 12noon; 1.30pm and– 3pm with each lasting 1.5hrs. e Café is open but with a limited take-away only service. Support is needed from the local community to help get through this challenging time. e Tide Mill has been in Eling for over 900 years and everyone needs to ensure it stays open so it can be enjoyed for many more centuries. A selection of the cakes for sale in café With the lockdown easing and pubs re-opening, David and Jan Morris came to the conclusion that the Lockdown Quizzes had served their purpose and gave the last one on Sunday 12th July. Overall 32 quizzes took place, assisting 29 local causes/charities. On the last evening, £211 was donated to Jack and Jill’s Community Playgroup, making a fantastic total of £8,020 donated - beyond their wildest dreams. ey would like to thank everyone that took part in the quizzes and, of course, those who donated. David has agreed to post one round quizzes twice a week for the time being as people were reluctant for them to end. A huge thanks must also go to David and Jan for giving up their time to run these quizzes for the community. WATERSIDE SELF-ISOLATION QUIZ Like many groups and clubs across the country, Hythe Rotary has been unable to hold their normal weekly meetings at Dibden Golf Club during the pandemic. Face-to-face meetings were swiftly abandoned and planned events were cancelled. However, thanks to modern technology the group has continued to meet, via Zoom, on a Monday evening. Sharing fellowship and planning new events to support local and international good causes goes on. Hythe Rotary can still be contacted by email and anyone who is interested in joining or supporting the club please let them know: secretary@hytherotary.org.uk Virtual Meetings for Rotary