Herald - Issue 427

4th August 2022 • The HERALD • Page 65 v GET MOVING WITH THE HERALD v v ON THE HOME FRONT v 023 8084 4131 • hythe@pearsons.com • 7-9 The Marsh, Hythe SO45 6AJ Pearsons Estate Agents are pleased to o er this spacious and versatile 5 bedroom character home on sale for £725,000 Freehold. Located in the sought a er Butts Ash area, this chalet bungalow has been extended but o ers scope for further improvement. A storm porch leads into the reception hall with all ground oor rooms leading o including an ‘L’ shaped lounge/ diner with open replace, bay window to front and sliding patio doors onto the rear garden. ere is also a kitchen with separate utility room, a cloakroom, shower room, master bedroom with dressing area and a second bedroom. Upstairs a galleried landing with large Velux window and eave storage leads to a further 3 double bedrooms each with storage in the eaves plus a family bathroom. Outside the property has a long driveway with ve barred gate opening up to a gravel parking/turning area with mature hedging, shrubs, bushes and a timber summer house. To the front of the property is a tandem garage as well as a separate store room. e secluded rear garden has mature hedging and fencing to the boundaries and is laid to lawn. e property is within easy reach of both Dibden Purlieu and Hythe village centres which o er an excellent range of amenities. For more details or to arrange a viewing please contact Pearsons on: 023 8084 413, email: hythe@pearsons.com or visit: www.pearsons.com Hythe of Activity Day is set to return to the High Street in Hythe on Saturday 6th August from 10am to 4pm. e day o ers a fun, informal way of letting the community know about all the wonderful organisations that operate within Hythe and Dibden Parish and the Waterside, the area is rich in support and things to do but many people are still not aware of all that’s available locally. Various clubs, charities, social groups, societies, lunch clubs, community groups and support groups will ‘set up stall’ inHythe Village Centre to promote their activities to the community. During the day the winners of the Hythe and Dibden Parish Council Community Spirit and Environmental Champion Awards will be announced. e awards provide an opportunity for the community to thank and pay special tribute to the people of Hythe and Dibden whose work and e orts have shown kindness and support to the community and make the parish a better place to live. Alongside the overall winner of the awards all nominees will be recognised with the unique Community Spirit Award Pin especially designed by local artist and author Simon Chadwick. Last year’s winners were Jo Snocken for providing meals for the vulnerable during the Lockdowns and Marc Holland for his care of Beechwood Pond. If you and your organisation would like to attend you can nd out more at: www.hytheanddibden.gov.uk e Romsey Show organisers, e Romsey Agricultural and Horse Show Society, are pleased to announce that the Romsey Show is back this year on Saturday 10th September at Broadlands Park in Romsey. e Show has a new location within the park, with easier access for visitors from Romsey. Run by a large team of dedicated volunteers, it is a fantastic day out for all the family! e Sheep Show will be at the Show with their humorous live display, introducing you to nine di erent breeds of sheep, each with their own story to tell! Attractions across the Showground also include the popular Countryside Area with ‘have a go’ opportunities, livestock and equine classes, vintage 5 Bedroom Character Home HYTHE OF ACTIVITY Hythe of Activity machinery and the interactive mobile farm. Stroke a goat, learn more about reptiles and take your dog to take part in the family dog show. e Food Zone o ers a range of local produce as well as the Kids Kitchen, Honey tent and Skills Kitchen. Enjoy your picnic in the area whilst listening to live performances from Beggars Fair acts. e show is open from 8am to 6pm, and tickets are on sale now at www. romseyshow.co.uk with discounted rates. Children 11 years and under are free and there is also plenty of free parking. The Romsey Show is Back with an Action Packed Day Heavy Horse - White & Co Cart HYTHE CINEMA e Hythe Cinema Moviola show lms in high de nition Blu-ray and stereo sound on a large screen at e Parish Hall. eir next o ering is The Duke (12) on Tuesday 16th August, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. In 1961 Kempton Bunton (Jim Broadbent), a 60-year old taxi driver, stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. It was the rst (and remains the only) the in the Gallery’s history. Kempton sent ransom notes saying that he would return the painting on condition that the government invested more in care for the elderly – he had long campaigned for pensioners to receive free television. What happened next became the stu of legend. Only 50 years later did the full story emerge – Kempton had spun a web of lies. e only truth was that he was a good man, determined to change the world and save his marriage – how and why he used the Duke to achieve that is a wonderfully upli ing tale. Tickets are £6 and available in advance from Pebbles ladies clothes shop in the High Street (opposite Costa), or on the door on show days. The Sheep Show

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