Herald - Issue 458

Page 50 • The HERALD • 30th May 2024 v KEEP ACTIVE, KEEP HEALTHY v Treatments include: Nail trimmings/filing Reduction of thickened nails Corns/Callus Ingrown toe nails Diabetic Foot Care Mini Foot massage For appointments please call Chloe 07587 071367 Appointments also available at The Waterside Foot Clinic, 177 long lane, Holbury SO45 2PA Chloe’s Foot Care Mobile Foot health practitioner Mobile Appointments may be available by arrangement Supporting people living with: • Back pain • Neck & shoulder pain • Migraines • Sciatica • Hip & Knee pain • Dementia • Cancer • Long term illness Working with you on increasing mobility Focusing on decreasing your daily pain Situated in Bartley 023 8081 3172 or 07876 101576 compatouch@gmail.com www.compassionatetouch.biz Therapeutic Massage Health, Beauty & Wellbeing • Callus/hard skin removal • Toenail cutting/filing • Thickened nail reduction • Corns • Fungal infections • Cracked heels • Verruca treatment • Athletes foot advice • Cuticle care From £40-£45 depending on treatment 07546 748843 crystalsfhp@gmail.com GET BACK TO FEELING YOUR BEST WITH HYTHE & TOTTON CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 8 Drummond Court, Prospect Place, Hythe (Opposite Hythe Ferry) 023 8020 7826 244 Ringwood Road, Totton 023 8086 3612 Living After Loss ‘Living After Loss’ Bereavement Support Group is provided in Partnership with the Red and Green Practice, Hythe and Black eld Patient Participation Group, Waterside Health Centre. Meet others who have experienced loss, to talk and share in a safe environment. e team, led by Dot Croall, will be on hand to listen, and support you, and provide information on useful resources. Tea, co ee and snacks will be provided, and you are welcome to come and go at any time that suits you. Join them on the 2nd Monday of the month from 2pm to 4pm, at the Lighthouse Community Church, A326, Hardley Green. Please feel free to take a friend or relative along with you. eir next meet up is on Monday 10th June. ey also meet on the 4th Monday of the month at Bethany Gospel Hall, Holbury from 2pm to 4pm. For further information visit: www. LivingAfterLoss.co.uk or telephone Dot Croall: 023 8019 6643, email her direct at: dcroall@ hotmail.com or email: info@LivingAfterLoss. co.uk Patient Champions Coffee Mornings The Patient Champions from the local GP surgeries are holding their next Drop in co ee mornings on Thursdays 27th June and 25th July, 11.30am to 1.30pm, at St. John’s Hall in Hythe. Go along and enjoy a free drink, cake and biscuits, and learn about their dog walking, book club and IT for Health groups. Everyone is welcome to go along for a friendly chat and to meet new people. Parkinson’s UK New Forest Branch e Parkinson’s UK New Forest Branch was set up in 2009 in order to help and support people in the New Forest area whose lives have been a ected by Parkinson’s disease. is includes family, friends and carers – all are welcome at any of the activities. e regular monthly meetings of the Group are on the third Thursday of each month, except December, from 2pm at e Boldre War Memorial Hall in Pilley Street, Boldre, Lymington SO41 5QG. ere is usually a speaker followed by refreshments and a chance to socialise with other members. ere are also some annual events like the August Garden Party, October Concert, Christmas Lunch and boat trips in the Summer. Tombola and information stalls are also held at Markets and Fetes in the New Forest area during the year On the second Monday of each month the Branch hold a Co ee Morning at 10.30am in one of the local Garden Centres. During the lighter months A ernoon Teas are held at 2pm, also in one of the local Garden Centres. ere are Parkinson’s Exercise classes held every week at the Boldre War Memorial Hall. ese are on every Tuesday morning at 10.30am and most Thursday afternoons at 2pm. Classes are followed by co ee, biscuits and chat. e cost is £3 per session – Carers free. Each month there is a ‘Parkinson’s Friendly’ Cinema Club showing at the Malt Cinema at the Lymington Centre. is gives members a chance to visit a venue which can cater for all their needs. e lm starts when everyone is ready, the lights are kept on low and there is an interval. Sweets, ice creams, cushions are all available too. For details of the lms that are on o er contact the Lymington Centre on: 01590 672337. ere is always a warm welcome at the Group for any new members so if you would like more information then please contact the Chairman on: 07595 927299 or email: chairman@parkinsonsnewforest.org ROVING RAMBLERS If you like to walk, go along and join Roving Ramblers for their twice monthly walks. ey meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, starting at 10am for a 2 to 2½ hour walk. Walks are open to everyone and are a good opportunity to meet new friends, take a friend along or even take your dog with you to enjoy the walk. eir next walks take place: Wednesday 12th June meet at Keyhaven pay and display car park, Wednesday 26th June meet at Eyeworth Pond car park, Wednesday 10th July meet at White eld Moor car park, co ee at Forest Park Hotel and Wednesday 24th July meet at Yew Tree Bottom car park (near Wilverley). For more details call Phil Butter eld on: 023 8084 5684 or: 07708 582285 or by emailing: cedaro ythe@ btinternet.com is friendly group meets at Colbury Memorial Hall starting at 9.30am on Monday mornings under the tuition of the Sensei from New Forest Martial Arts. No previous knowledge is needed, instructions given by Sensei and by demonstration. First session free then £5 per session when you attend. Tai Chi for Fitness & Health

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