Herald - Issue 407

Page 60 • The HERALD • 3rd June 2021 v THE HERALD - SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES v Let Agreed Let Agreed Let Agreed Let Agreed Let Agreed Thinking of letting your home? We’re looking for properties in your area Please contact Sue at Pearsons Hythe on 023 8084 4131 or email hythelettings@pearsons.com CASH BUYER Any properties considered No hassle & confidential 07849 082962 v ON THE HOME FRONT v IMMACULATE GARDENS Situated in the popular location of Rollestone Road in Holbury and within a short drive of the beaches at Lepe and Calshot, close to the New Forest National Park, this 3 bedroomed detached bungalow is move in ready. With gas central heating, recently re tted shower room and attractive kitchen, this turn-key property is ideal for those wanting one-level living. e garden to the rear boasts a large patio, ideal for summer entertaining, and an immaculately presented lawn and mature planting. With garage to the side, this property really does have it all. On the market for £345,000 this bungalow will attract a lot of interest. Call: 023 8084 8555 or visit: www.pauljeffreys.co.uk to book a viewing. A rare opportunity to purchase ‘Squires Cottage’, a 2 bedroom character home in the centre of the popular waterside village of Hythe. e property is situated centrally within the village which o ers an excellent range of shops, schools, medical centres, and bus services. Southampton City Centre is easily accessible by road or alternatively via the frequent passenger ferry service from Hythe Pier. e property has many period features and bene ts from PVCu double glazing, gas central heating, courtyard garden, garage, and views of Southampton Water. Realistically priced at £350,000 this unique property must be seen to be appreciated . Call Pearsons Estate Agents on: 023 8084 4131 or visit: www.pearsons.com for more information. Stunning Waterside Property Have you... • Con rmed details of your move with the removals company? • Checked for anything le in the lo ? • Arranged for meters to be read? • Advised services, insurers, etc of your new address? • Cancelled newspaper/milk deliveries etc? • Organised redirection of your mail? • Emptied and defrosted the freezer? • Before you close the door for the last time on your old home, take a good look around every room, shed, garage etc. to double check that your haven’t le anything (or anyone!) behind. BEFORE YOU MOVE... Theatre Classes Return with Sessions for All Hanger Farm Community Theatre is once again welcoming new members to its classes as they return after a COVID-enforced year-long layoff. e classes are open to everyone and are based at Hanger Farm Arts Centre in Totton, which is part of local learning disability charity Minstead Trust. Designed to build con dence and grow skills, the practical and fun sessions are aimed at anyone looking to enjoy theatre-based activities in a friendly, supportive environment. ere are sessions for people with learning disabilities as well as adults and young people from the wider community. Groups are led by professional facilitators and will o er an excellent opportunity to learn performing skills and put on shows in Hanger Farm’s stunning 18th century wooden barn. Before the rst lockdown in spring 2020, these weekly workshops were helping more than 30 budding actors to build con dence, develop communication skills and make new friends. Jo Gri ths, Hanger Farm Community eatre facilitator, said: “We can’t wait to welcome everyone back. Creating and enjoying theatre has been very much missed by our team and we cannot wait to get back to helping people from all backgrounds build their confidence through theatre.” e adult group will be running every Monday from 11.30am to 1pm. e youth theatre group is starting in September, every Tuesday from 6.30 to 8pm. Both sessions are £5.50 per-person, per-week. e theatre classes for people with learning disabilities will run from 21st June every Monday from 1.15- 2.45pm and every Wednesday from 11.30am to 1pm. For more information contact Jo Gri ths at: joholcombe@me.com or: 01590 624284. e Hanger Farm Community eatre groups receive funding from Arts Council England and Hampshire County Council. Hanger Farm Arts Centre is running shows and events again a er a hugely di cult year of closures due to COVID-19 restrictions. Shows coming up this year include high quality comedy, music and theatre from some of the country’s most talented performers. Every ticket bought helps Minstead Trust’s charitable work to support people with learning disabilities. As well as its work with the community theatre, Minstead Trust also supports more than 200 people with learning disabilities to achieve greater independence, lead ful lled lives and live as full citizens in society. Members of the Hanger Farm Community Theatre learning disability theatre groups perform at Hanger Farm Arts Centre in Totton. e Evergreen Club look forward to welcoming members back to the club at St John’s Hall, New Road, Hythe (subject to changes in Government roadmap and the availability of the hall). ey plan to meet on Thursday 1st July for a Social Get Together a er COVID-19, then on Thursday 15th July for a talk by Colin van Ge en titled ‘Calshot, a Place in Time’, this will be followed on Thursday 5th August for a Cream Tea with entertainment. All meetings will be from 1.45pm until 4pm. Members will receive a phone call before hand to con rme the restart date. Until then, keep safe! For more details about the Evergreen Club, contact Peter on: 023 8089 1721. EVERGREENS

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