Herald - Issue 375

11th July 2019 • The HERALD • Page 71 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v 7-9The Marsh, Hythe • 023 8084 4131 • hythe@pearsons.com • www.pearsons.com v ON THE HOME FRONT v 3/4 bedroom detached bungalow situated in a highly sought a er location in Dibden Purlieu near Orchard and Noadswood School. The accommodation comprises of lounge, kitchen/diner, bathroom, conservatory, PVCu double glazing, gas central heating, garage, gardens. EPC Rating: C. On the market for £399,950. To arrange a viewing contact Pearsons Hythe on 023 8084 4131 or email: hythe@ pearsons.com Detached Bungalow BEFORE YOU MOVE... 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. Fawley Armed Forces Day Event Report from Fawley Parish Council ousands of people turned out to show their support for the troops at the Annual Armed Forces Day event held by Fawley Parish Council at Gang Warily Recreation & Community Centre in Fawley on Saturday 22nd June. Marchwood Military Wives Choir, local band e Trav Cats, Hampshire Caledonian Pipe Band and Katie-Ann Miles. ere were a wide range of local stalls, military displays, fairground rides, armoured vehicle rides, bouncy castles, assault course, ferret racing and a petting farm to keep both children and adults amused. A spectacular display by the Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Parachute Display Team with the salute being taken by Chairman of Fawley Parish Council, Cllr Alan Alvey thrilled the crowds. We also welcomed a new display this year War and Peace Displays with a genuine WW2 Anderson shelter. Visitors were able to hop up inside and experience what it would have felt like during the Blitz, there was also a re-enactor/educator that provided talks throughout the day. Event organiser Kathryn Webb said: “The day was fantastic we definitely topped last year’s event; the weather was on our side and it was a great sunny day. A massive thank you to everyone that came or contributed towards it, in addition to the sponsors above our thanks go to – To all the staff at Gang Warily for all their hard work, Barry Coyston as MC, ETS - Event Technical Services, A&S Scaffolding, Security Nation, Hythe Rotary Club, 12th New Forest East Scouts, Tony Sinfield for filming the event, Acute Medical Services and Blackfield and Langley F.C, we hope everyone enjoyed it and that we will see you again next year!” Saracen Armoured Personnel Carrier (Photo by Peter Luke) REME with flag (Photo by Matthew Sinclair) anks must go to our main sponsor Ice Cleaning Services LTD, a local cleaning company, and Exxon Mobil, Hampshire County Councillor Alexis McEvoy and the Ministry of Defence for their continued support for this wonderful event. Without the support of everyone we wouldn’t be able to put on such an amazing day for the community and our Armed Forces. is free event was opened by NFDC Chairman and Fawley Parish Council, Cllr Allan Glass. ose who attended were treated to live music from the Why not go along to an amazing day out at the Countryside Education Trust in Beaulieu this summer? ey are holding their Countryside on Show event on Saturday 17th August , from 10am until 4pm. e charity is hosting this annual event in conjunction with the New Forest Vintage Tractor and Engine Club, long time supporters of the Countryside Education Trust. is year, along with the traditional tractor tug of war, parade of tractors and a wide range of engines on show, there will be new attractions including a youth motor cycle display team, the Green Rockets. Punch and Judy will entertain the children, while Morris Men add traditional charm to the proceedings. ere will be a trail around the farm, hands on activities for all, and a plant sale. Music from brass bands to ukuleles can be enjoyed with a cold beer or Pimms, and there will be plenty of cake for sale. Jane Cooper, Chief Executive of the Countryside Education Trust said, “Understanding the countryside and farming is becoming more important every year, and we hope people will have a lovely time learning about our local, very special landscape”’. All proceeds will support the work of the environmental education charity, which was founded in 1975. Adults £3 and children free, with free parking available opposite. Dogs are welcome on leads. Visit www.cet.org.uk , call 01590 612401 or email@cet.org.uk for further information. Countryside on Show Saturday 1st June and the best in country music, courtesy of Dave Montana, continued to ourish at the Marchwood Village Hall. A stalwart of the Phoenix Team, Dave o ered up a ne selection of old and new songs appreciated by all. Over the past several months Phoenix has been working with the halls Committee to provide a pair of stage spot lights to improve the lighting ambience in the hall. e team would like to thank all involved in making this happen. Special thanks to Ali for her part in sourcing the lights, to John Woods for paying the cost of the lamps and his contribution, along with Ali and e Phoenix for covering the cost of installation. ey would also like to thank Judy Saxby (trustee of the hall) for taking time to come and o er thanks on behalf of the committee. is was only possible with the continued support of the Phoenix faithful who turn up month a er month and support what they do. eir next meetings will be on Saturday 3rd August with Johnny & Lynette. Phoenix Lights Up