Herald - Issue 358

v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 12th July 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 ANXIETY? PANIC ATTACKS? STAY CALM, IN CONTROL AND RELAXED Break Free from a Fear or Habit. Regain Confidence and Happiness Fast and Effective Solution, Lasting Results CALL 07786 376980 E: alan@alanjoneshypnotherapy.com Send your local news to The Editor, The Herald, 2 High Street, Hythe SO45 6AH Lions Visit Paultons Park Romsey Lions Club recently participated in the annual Lions’ Fun Day at Paultons Park. This year over 2000 less able and disadvantage children, with carers and families spent a happy day at the world- renowned theme park, funded by Lions Clubs from towns in the South East. This year Romsey Lions Club distributed 500 invitations. The money Romsey Lions at Paultons Park each month to help with future fund-raising events. More information can be obtained by telephoning Andrew Trowbridge on 0844 963 2463. raised for the tickets was achieved via their very successful Easter egg raffles which took place in local pubs and other outlets throughout the district. By far the most successful Fun Day to date for Romsey Lions, President Andrew Trowbridge said: “It was through the generosity of everyone who participated in the raffles that brought so much happiness and smiling faces to so many disadvantaged children.” To continue to spread happiness and to help others in need in the community Romsey Lions Club would like to hear from everyone who can volunteer to give an hour or two of their time At the recent Annual Meeting of the New Forest North Scout District, Appointments Secretary Tim Evens of Ashurst was presented with The Bar to The Silver Acorn for his distinguished service to the Scout Movement. It is the second highest Award in the Movement. Tim started his Scouting ‘career’ with the Testwood and Copythorne Scout Groups in the 1960’s before taking on the role of Assistant Distribution Commissioner for the Venture for some twenty hears as well as being an active member of the Scout Active Support which includes organising many events to benefit the six Scout Group in the District. However, his present role as Appointments Secretary means han- dling the administration and interviews of the new leaders coming into the Movement. District Commission Kerie Wallace said that Tim’s unstinting and exceptional service to Scouting is second to none and he is greatly respected by all the leaders and friends in the District. Distinguished Service to Scout Movement

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