Herald - Issue 427

v FOR GOOD ADVICE, ASK YOUR LOCAL SPECIALISTS v 4th August 2022 • The HERALD • Page 57 023 8254 7600 TMT House • 12 The Marsh • Hythe • SO45 6AL enquiry@tmtlegalservices.co.uk www.tmtlegalservices.co.uk Your Local Legal Specialists PROPERTY & CONVEYANCING We specialise in Conveyancing Services from buying your first home to investment buy to lets Call theTeam on 023 8254 7600 or visit our website for our online quotation tool where you can also instruct us If you come into any of these categories, then you will need to complete a self-assessment. Other services that we can provide M G ACCOUNTANCY SERVICES Telephone & Fax: 023 8089 1351 • Email: mgeere@btinternet.com Specialising in Bookkeeping and Accountancy Services in and around the New Forest and Waterside area, be assured of a local and friendly service. Are you self-employed? Are you a small business? Are you a landlord? Do you have investment income? NEW LIMITED COMPANY SET UP VAT RETURNS CREDIT CONTROL OUT OF HOURS CONSULTATIONS BUSINESS PLANS PAYROLL • CIS GENERAL BOOKKEEPING CORPORATIONTAX Don’t let this be you at the end of the tax year ASK A PROFESSIONAL Bringing Business Together A new business club has been set up by Oakhaven Hospice to provide regular networking opportunities for local businesses across the New Forest. e new Oakhaven Business Club will run six networking events bringing businesses together throughout the year. e events can be booked on a pay-as-you-go-basis at £15 per person per session or as part of an annual membership fee. An annual membership for Oakhaven Business Club is £150 per organisation and includes access to all six networking events for up to two people, a 5% discount on corporate team building days and sponsorship packages, contact details included in the members distribution list for every networking event, social media post to announce your membership, bi-monthly business newsletter, opportunity to include information about your business in the bi-monthly business newsletter and automatic inclusion in the business card draw to win a bottle of prosecco at each networking event. e rst event took place on 7th July and was well attended by businesses from across e New Forest. e remaining events are due to take place on Thursday 8th September (in collaboration with the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce and The New Forest Business Partnership), 3rd November, 12th January, 2nd March and 4th May. All the networking events will take place from 5pm to 7pm at e Coates Centre, located within the grounds of the Hospice in Lymington and will include light refreshments. Plenty of free parking is available on site. For more information about how to become a member of the Oakhaven Business Club, or to book onto their next networking event please contact the Corporate Fundraising Manager, Natalie Hutchins email: business@ oakhavenhospice.co.uk or call: 01590 613036 or 07483 956709. Housing Association Helps Fund Hythe Summer Holiday Programme Sovereign Housing Association has put £2,000 towards funding free places at e Handy Trust Hythe’s Sports in the Park holiday programme. Activities will include a range of sports, arts and cra s, life skills, team building and a wellbeing session from Solent Mind. Rachel Peters, Community Development O cer for Sovereign, said: “This is the second year we’ve offered additional funding for summer holiday programme places. With the cost of living continuing to rise, we wanted children in our communities to access fantastic activities without adding further financial pressure to their families. All of the programmes come with lunch provided.” e Handy Trust added: “This funding will allow us to increase our capacity of our summer holiday project, which extends the reach of our support for local families. The programme provides fun activities and a fully funded healthy meal. It also invites outside agencies in to offer support to the families who attend, which can be vital over the summer holiday period.” For more information on the programme, please email: sofia. richardson@thehandytrust.org.uk Sovereign’s Community Development Officer speaking to a summer holiday fund recipient