Herald - Issue 425

v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 23rd June 2022 • The HERALD • Page 5 DECORATOR INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING General Small Maintenance Works Reliable, Prompt with a High Standard of Work Fully Insured • Free Estimates NICK CROUCHER 023 8084 8154 or 07594 582194 MP Guttering & Roofing Services • Fascias, Guttering, Soffits, Cladding and much more PVCu work • All roof repairs, gutters, flat roofs, chimney repairs • Moss removal 15% Discount for OAP’s Established 30 years 07730 377114 023 8087 9135 mpgutteringservices@outlook.com The Ambrose Buoys: 3 Local Brothers Rowing the Atlantic to Beat their Dad’s Time! packages, including advertising space on the boat, coverage on their website and features on their social media. ere will also be extensive media coverage to a global audience by the dedicated Atlantic Challenge team in the lead-up, during the challenge and a er their arrival in Antigua. e brothers also welcome sponsorship to help them get set for their voyage and have recently posted a kit list on their website, with items ranging from mugs and a compass to a life ra and a para-anchor! For more information please visit the Ambrose Buoys’ website: www.ambrosebuoys.com or contact Louis, Felix or Finn Ambrose via email: on info@ ambrosebuoys.com. To help the Ambrose Buoys raise the much-needed funds for Tusk visit: justgiving.com/fundraising/ ambrose-buoys Continued from page 4 Romsey and Waterside Lions Club recently held a very successful fashion show in the Parish Hall, Hythe. Presented by Travelling Trends, many clothes were available to buy at a large discount compared to normal High Street prices. Local volunteers modelled a wide selection of the available clothes and scarves on display before the audience were then able to inspect the many racks of clothes available to purchase. ere was also a ra e of many, and varied, prizes donated by local rms. e event has allowed the Lions to donate £550 to the Solent Dolphin Charity which runs boat trips on the Solent to give disabled passengers memorable trips up and down the estuary. e Solent Dolphin Charity boat is crewed entirely by experienced mariners who freely give their time to help entertain others who are less fortunate than themselves. e next event to keep an eye open for is the Lions Hythe Quiz Night, which will be held in the Parish Hall later in the year. e Lions Motto is “We Serve”. If you can spare a few hours each month to help others in the community by Lion Pat Geere presenting the cheque for £550 to Solent Dolphin skipper for the day Bill Murt becoming a Lion then contact Lion Maureen Geere at M.G. Accountancy Services on 023 8089 1351 for more details. Lions Fashion Show a Roaring Success