Herald - Issue 427

Page 42 • The HERALD • 4th August 2022 v KEEP ACTIVE, KEEP HEALTHY v CHIROPODY/PODIATRY 07895 691290 Kerry Crook BSc (Hons) Podiatry KC PODIATRY First Floor, South Street Shopping Centre, Hythe SO45 6EB * LIFT ACCESS * Email: kerrythepodiatrist@gmail.com Treatments include: Nail trimmings/filing Reduction of thickened nails Corns/Callus Ingrown toe nails Diabetic Foot Care Mini Foot massage For appointments please call Chloe 07587 071367 Appointments also available at The Waterside Foot Clinic, 177 long lane, Holbury SO45 2PA Chloe’s Foot Care Mobile Foot health practitioner Health, Beauty &Wellbeing Kit Davison FHP MCFHP MAFHP Qualified Foot Health Practitioner • Corns, Calluses, ingrown toenails, • Athlete’s Foot and thickened toenails. • Toenail and fingernail cutting. Flexible appointments and home visits available. 07752 674591 kdavison@kdfootcare.co.uk http://kdfootcare.co.uk Getting help with a personal problem, whether its coping with anxiety, phobia, unwanted habits or, whatever is impacting on or limiting your personal life, needs to be tailored to your individual requirements. If you’ve tried counselling, talking to people on the phone, CBT and other therapies and not achieved the results you want, it doesn’t mean that you or, they have failed, just that it wasn’t a good t for you, at that time. If you are still searching for a solution and really do want to make changes, then hypnotherapy could be a quicker, simpler pathway to success. Instead of multiple appointments, requiring time out from an already busy life, measurable results can o en be achieved in just two sessions. Visit my website for more information, discover how others have succeeded and how you can too: www. alanjoneshypnotherapy.com or call 07786 376980 or email: alan@alanjoneshypnotherapy.com Effective Therapy is the One You’re Comfortable With by Alan Jones, Registered Hypnotherapist LIVING AFTER LOSS ‘Living A er Loss’ is a group that is open to all, and a free Bereavement Support Group provided in Partnership with the Red and Green Practice, Hythe and Black eld Patient in a safe environment. e team, led by Dot Croall, will be on hand to listen, and support you, and provide information on useful resources. Tea, co ee and snacks will be provided, and you are welcome to come and go at any time that suits you. Join them on the 2nd Monday of the month from 2pm to 4pm, at the Lighthouse Community Church, A326, Hardley Green. Please feel free to take a friend or relative along with you. eir next meet up is on Monday 8th August. e team also o er weekly sessions on Thursdays at the Healthy Haven Garden Room from 2pm to 4pm. For further information visit: www.LivingAfterLoss.co.uk or telephone Dot Croall: 023 8019 6643, email her direct at: dcroall@hotmail.com or email: info@LivingA erLoss.co.uk EXBURY 10K RETURNS! e very popular Exbury 10K was resurrected this year, 6 years a er the last race back in 2016! e rst Exbury 10k was held in March 2008 and was the brainchild of Hardley Runners, Martin Loveless. e race was originally limited to 250 runners as the course included the shingle path along Lepe foreshore. In 2014 storm damage forced the route to be reduced to 5 miles until the last race in 2016. In 2021 Hardley Runners were approached by Eastleigh 10K Director, Steve Collins who was keen to bring back the Exbury 10K course helping to organise the relevant road closures. With free entry into Exbury Gardens for runners and half price for supporters the race was a sell-out, on the day with sunny but windy conditions there were 862 nishers. ere were a couple of teething issues with the start delayed for 15 minutes due to parking problems in the overspill hay eld and the water station at Lepe was disrupted by the blustery winds. Overall the race was a great success and Exbury Gardens has already agreed a date for 2023. e scenic route started with a loop through the Gardens before heading out through Exbury village very supportive atmosphere with runners encouraging each other. e leading runner a er the turn was unattached omas Stevens with Hardley’s Tim Anetts on his shoulder. e uphill return leg was tougher with the blustery wind and Tim took the lead to win by 10 seconds in 34:15. e ladies race was won in 38:32 by Holly Newton of Ryde Harriers with Alice Rudd of Hardley Runners in 2nd 39:24. Many of the runners and their families stayed to picnic a er the race and enjoy the Gardens and steam train. Congratulations go to Steve Collins for bringing the race back to life, to Sarah Fitton and her team of Hardley Runners who handed out drinks, race T-shirts and medals and to all of the runners who completed the course and thanks go to Exbury Gardens for hosting the race again. Participation Group, Waterside Health Centre. Going along is an opportunity to meet others who have experienced loss, to talk and share mostly downhill to the very windy U turn before Lepe Country Park. With runners heading in both directions until the le turn back into Inchmery Lane it was a Exbury 10K 2022 (Photo by Derek Jennings) Waterside Walking for Health You are very welcome to go along and join in any of their walks: Saturday 6th August, 10.30am, Matley CP for a 5.7-mile walk; Thursday 11th August, 3pm, Hatchet Pond for a 2- mile walk and Monday 15th August, 10am, Longdown for a 2.9-mile walk. Contact Mike Roberts on 023 8084 7461 or 07811 361319 for more information about the Waterside Walking for Health group. The Kettle is Always On Testwood Baptist Church in Salisbury Road, Totton, hold its monthly Bereavement Café, o ering a safe space where people can talk about the pain of loss and also nd strength and courage in knowing that they are not alone.  e Café is run on a ‘drop-in’ basis between the times of 1.30pm and 3pm on the second Monday of each month and is not designed to be a counselling session. Visitors to the Café will discover a warm welcome and a supportive environment for re ection and conversation; a place to nd mutual support and encouragement. e kettle is always on with tea, co ee and a variety of cakes (including a glutenfree option) served by a friendly team of volunteers. The next Café session will be on Monday 8th August. For more information, please contact the Church on: 023 8086 0320 or visit: www. testwoodbaptist.org Would you like to meet up with the Stroke Association and volunteers for friendly peer support, information and advice? If so go along to the Stroke Café at Bethany Gospel Hall, Rollestone Road, Holbury, for a cuppa and a chat! Held on the first Thursday of the month from 2pm to 4pm, there is no need to book but given the current climate please call or email prior to going to double check it is running. For more information contact: yvonne.hobbs@ stroke.org.uk or call: 01425 275139. Affected by Stroke?

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