Herald - Issue 450

v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 7th December 2023 • The HERALD • Page 5 Wednesday 20th December 7am-1.30pm; Thursday 21st December 7am-2pm and Friday 22nd December 7am-2pm at St Andrew’s Church Car Park, Dibden Purlieu SO45 4PT Saturday 23rd December 7am-3.30pm at Lymington High Street (opposite Poundland). 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 07395 042193 MPL Roofing & Guttering 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 07742 436650 023 8087 9135 mplroofing@hotmail.com Forest 27 years ago and local support is so important to us, because we rely on donations to continue to support ~1000 young carers every year from Honeypot House just outside Exbury. This number includes 180 children from across the New Forest who are looking after someone they love, whilst juggling school and every day challenges. We are so grateful to Hugh Marchant who chose to support Honeypot Children’s Charity this Local Golfers Raise Over £8K For Honeypot Continued from page 4 year as Captain of New Forest Golf Club Seniors and to all the members who have so generously donated. It’s fantastic that they have also made the most of our match funding appeals so that their donations have been doubled by generous match funders. The amazing total raised by New Forest Golf Club Seniors this year really will have an impact on the health and wellbeing of young carers, helping them to build brighter futures and create happy childhood memories.” 10 YEAR OLD COMPLETES MARATHON CHALLENGE FOR CHARITY Lucy Peace recently completed a marathon walking challenge to raise money for Asthma & Lung UK. Taking on the challenge of walking 26.2 miles during October, 10 year old Lucy, who su ers from severe brittle asthma herself, ended up walking an amazing total of 32.4 miles. Lucy’s two huskies, Bear and Luna, helped to keep her going throughout the challenge. Lucy has su ered with brittle asthma since she was 3 years old and wanted to raise money for Asthma and Lung UK, a charity dedicated to helping create a world where good lung health and the ability to breathe freely are a basic right enjoyed by all. From research and campaigning to advice and support, their mission is to change the way that lung health is perceived. As well as completing the marathon walk, Lucy has raised £170 so far. For more information about Asthma & Lung UK please visit: www.asthmaandlung. org.uk ank you for the recent, very generous donations to Barry’s Farm on Frost Lane, a further £110 has been transferred over to the Mole Valley account to pay for food and equipment for the animals. If you’d like to make a cash donation please pop it into e Herald o ce or you can make an online donation via: gofund.me/8a5da09e Lucy with Luna and Bear Thank You from Barry’s Farm