Herald - Issue 379

v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 3rd October 2019 • The HERALD • Page 5 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 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 Church Memorial Garden Open Totton spiritualist Church are pleased to announce that their brand new memorial garden was o cially opened on ursday 12th September by Southampton Football Club legend Matt Le Tissier. A piece of overgrown land at the side of the church, that was full of overgrown plants, litter and debris has been transformed into a tranquil memorial garden. Everything in the garden has either been recycled or donated to create a peaceful environment, some items were hand crafted and donated especially for the garden by a local cra sman. e garden is now a spiritual place for people to go and remember their loved ones, they have also created a pets corner for pets that have passed too. Memorial plaques to remember your loved ones by can be purchased through their website: tottonspiritualist. weebly.com ese can then be displayed in their memorial garden or in their pets corner. A two month project of restoration and renovation to an overgrown piece of church land, has been transformed by some of the hard working committee members in their own free time, into the garden it is today. ey would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has helped, donated and given their time to making this garden into a sucess. Another big thank you to Matt Le Tissier for giving up his time to o cially open the garden. Hampshire Search and Rescue (HANTSAR) recently responded to a call from the police to look for a missing child, who was thankfully found safe and well whilst the search teams were en route. is was the 700th Callout for the all-volunteer charity, to search for vulnerable missing people on behalf of the police, since their formation back in 2003. is is not a cause for celebration, but it is a milestone in their history. ey mark it by remembering how many people they have set out to help and how much time and e ort their volunteers have contributed through their commitment to the local communities over the years. 700TH CALLOUT