Herald - Issue 361

v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 13th September 2018 • 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 MOBILE CARPET SHOP THAT COMES TO YOU SUPPLY & FITTING of Carpet, Vinyl or FIT ONLY of your flooring ANY LIKE FOR LIKE QUOTATION • Furniture moved and rubbish removed on request • Doors eased • Re-adaptions, re-stretches, repairs F ree estimates • OaP D iscOunt a vailable • crb c heckeD Tel: 023 8089 2034 or 07771 521243 Home Maintenance Interior & Exterior Painting & Decorating Small Repairs etc, to guttering, drains and plumbing Contact Rod 07973 282444 or 023 8184 7706 Send your local news to The Editor, The Herald, 2 High Street, Hythe SO45 6AH Successful Summer Holiday Activities The QEII Recreation Ground inThornbury Avenue, Blackfield has been the location for recent School Summer Holiday Activities within the parish of Fawley. A grant received from Exxon Mobil allowed every child attending the sessions to have a free healthy lunch each day, particularly helpful for some families who usually receive a meal at school. Cooks from ‘The Cook in your Kitchen’ project funded by HCC Waste Prevention Teams’ community grant were on hand to offer tips and advice on cooking healthy meals from scratch, cooking on a budget and cutting down on food waste. The Co-operative in Holbury was also on board with a donation of £120 which was spent in store buying ingredients for the meals produced. Stickers received from the in store promotion meant that soft toys in the shape of fruit and veg could be handed out to the children promoting the healthy eating message. Lisa Carr, Youth Worker for Fawley Parish Council said : “Not only have we had the fantastic team demonstrating how to cook healthy meals which has been really useful, sessions have included games, arts and crafts such as pottery with Pauline of Crank Pots, Zumba with Kia Harris, face painting by The Co-operative in Holbury handing over their donation Tahlia Carr and a demonstration of CPR - Kathryn Webb who provided the lifesaving training was most impressed when a younger member of the group watching already knew the techniques required!” Huge thanks go to all those who have taken part this summer especially Su Farrell, Louise Butler, Amy Andrew, Michael Alexander, Michael Billings-Wakerly, Cllr Shelley Howard, Colleen Carr, Dominique Hackston, Oliver Shepherd, Rebecca Tennant, Dan Johnson and James Stone; all volunteers and helpers without which the sessions could not run. Fawley Parish Council hopes to run school holiday activities including a free healthy lunch in the October half term break. Details will be on the parish council website nearer the time www. fawleyparishcouncil. org.uk or advertised by Lisa on her Youth Worker Facebook page. Holiday Club Activities included Hula hooping