Herald - Issue 382

5th December 2019 • The HERALD • Page 71 v WE’VE BEEN YOUR LOCAL SINCE 1994 v v ON THE HOME FRONT v 023 8084 4131 • hythe@pearsons.com • pearsons.com is 2 bedroom character cottage is situated in Hythe Village and close to local amenities and shops. e property bene ts from Sitting room, Kitchen/ Breakfast room, Shower room, PVCu double glazing, gas central heating, a good sized rear garden and is o ered at £219,950 with No Chain. EPC Rating: D. To arrange a viewing contact Pearsons Estate Agents on 023 8084 4131 or email hythe@pearsons.com CHARACTER COTTAGE 1. Work Out How Much You Can A ord 2. Get a Mortgage Agreement in Principle 3. Choose Your Home 4. Hire a Solicitor 5. Make an O er 6. Have a Survey and Valuation Done 7. Do Any Necessary Legal Work 8. Arrange for Life Assurance 9. Finalise Your Mortgage 10. Exchange Contracts 11.Organise Your Move 12. Finalise Your Contract Details 13. Move In! Before You Begin... if you are selling a property as well as buying one, and the purchase of your next home is dependent on selling, it is strongly advisable to sell your home before you get down to serious house-hunting. If not, you could end up frustrated and disappointed, as well as having noticeably less money in your bank account. The Buying Process: A Step-by-Step Guide Hitting The Cold Spots Keepingyourhomewarmcanbeexpensive and sometimes di cult. Cold weather not only makes life uncomfortable, but can also lead to serious health problems such as respiratory diseases, asthma, depression, heart disease or stroke. e Hitting the Cold Spots scheme, funded by Hampshire County Council, has a dedicated team who can o er practical advice and support including help with alternative heating measures, such as electric oil lled radiators if you are without heating; can access funding where available for boiler repairs and replacements and rst time central heating, and check eligibility for grants, discounts and local energy e ciency schemes, as well as practical support and advice with debt, money and bene ts. e team can also refer for a Home Safety visit, which can include a carbon monoxide monitor, smoke detector and re safety plan, and assist to switch your energy provider or tari to help give you savings on your fuel bills. Some of these services are subject to availability and conditions apply. For more details telephone free on 0800 804 8601 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (the call may not be free from mobiles) or call 023 8033 6172 for landline rates. Your call will be answered by a member of the Hampshire-based, friendly and knowledgeable team from the Environment Centre. If you are aware of a family or individual who is struggling to keep warm and well then contact the team. Bramshott Hill Ladies Results October saw the Ladies of Bramshott Hill hold their Annual Dinner Cup on the evening of 9th October. e prizes and awards were presented to the winners of the many competitions that are held throughput the year. On that evening a draw is held for the following day when the ladies compete for the Dinner Cup. is competition brings to a close the main competitions for the year. Although weather permitting the ladies section still tries to hold a monthly medal and stableford quali er, along with other games throughout the winter. 8th August - SJM Trophy 1st Sue Lewis & Margaret Shepherd. Dinner Cup Awards Rose Bowl Winner Caroline Caswell, Runners-Up Leigh Rogers and Victoria Cafasso. Winner Cathy Davis , Runner-up Sue Drodge ; Barr Foursomes Winners Leigh Rogers and Elaine Thomas , Runner up Cathy Davis ; Veterans Cup Over 60’s Winner Hilary Hanmore , Runner up Jackie Howells ; Anniversary Trophy Best Gross Sue Lewis , 2nd Caroline Caswell ; Best Nett Pam Kellaway , 2nd Mandy Tennant ; Winter League Winner Jackie Howells, Runner up Lesley Mortimer; Medal Winners Medal Division 1: Mandy Tennant, Division 2: Ursula Symes, Division 3: Janet Given, Seniors Trophy Over 70’s 1st Ursula Symes , 2nd Gloria Gordon , 3rd Trish Reid. Most Consistent Player Julie Weatherdon; Ann Bland Team Trophy Hilary Hanmore, Lynda Smith and Pam Colmer; Spring Cup Winners Lynda Smith and JoWiseman ; Runners up Leigh Rogers and Pam Colmer ; Captains Day Trophy Caroline Caswell, Jane Physick and Sandra Gibson ; Club Championship: Club Champion Sue Lewis; Summer Salver Cathy Davis; Sue Shelley Trophy 1st Pam Kellaway, 2nd Sue Hallett, 3rd Julie Weatherdon; Closed Meeting Autumn Salver Julie Weatherdon, Bramshott Shield Jane Physick, EWGA Medal Cathy Davis, Coronation Foursomes Pam Colmer and Cathy Davis; Australian Spoons Lynn Dunkason and Cathy Davis; Daily Mail Foursomes Hilary Bell and Jane Physick. 10th October - Dinner Cup Winners Hilary Hanmore and Jane Ramage, Runners-Up Sally Till and Cathy Davis. e Oakhaven charity is known for providing end of life care at its Hospice in Lymington, however the charity also supports over 200 patients each and every week across the New Forest, Waterside and Totton via its community care nursing teams. Oakhaven also provides its Day Hospice, Hospice Neighbours scheme, Physiotherapists, clinical support at Lymington Hospital, and the drop-in Coates Centre providing support for people living with any long term illness and bereavement support; and whose visitors don’t need to be known by Oakhaven. Oakhaven’s services are free but cost around £4million annually, with 10% funded by the NHS. A lifeline of funding is generated by seven Oakhaven shops located across the area; all run by a team of dedicated volunteers. Two popular shops in Hythe – one in Hythe village o ers a great range of quality clothing and accessories whilst the second, a furniture shop located at Fairview Parade opposite Hythe Hospital, has proved to be a busy outlet since opening in 2016. Both shops are seeking more volunteers and o er exciting opportunities to help the vital work done by Oakhaven supporting local people through their illness, providing palliative care, and then helping families to pick up the pieces a er losing a loved one. If you would like to help and to know more, you can contact the Retail Manager Ann Newton on 01590 646442 or by emailing ann.newton@ oakhavenretail.co.uk alternatively pop into either of the Hythe shops and have a chat with the Manager. CAN YOU HELP?