Herald - Issue 379

3rd October 2019 • The HERALD • Page 71 v WE’VE BEEN YOUR LOCAL SINCE 1994 v 023 8084 9370 Prospect Place, Hythe SO45 6AU • MOT’ s • MOT R epairs • A ir C on • A uto E lectrics • S ervicing •W elding • D iagnostics • S uspension • T yres • C lutches • C am B elts • B rakes Send your local news to The Editor, The Herald, 2 High Street, Hythe SO45 6AH or email: editor@herald-publishing.co.uk Austin A30/A35 Owners Club e September meeting featured a quiz and competition night. During the summer period the club has been busy, July Club night featured a “guest car night”. e group saw a variety of cars including club members Austin’s, a rather nice Rolls Royce, Wolseley, and a recently returned Peking to Paris Mercedes rally car, together with a host of other cars. ey made quite a spectacle in the Empress of Blandings car park. August saw the annual club rally at Breamore which was well attended, joining with other car clubs and enthusiasts to produce an impressive show of classic cars. Early September is always busy due to the Beaulieu Autojumble. e award- winning Austin Motors Spares Service Ltd stand manned by Robert and Rick Prinn had a busy weekend, o en with queues of customers. e next meeting is scheduled for Thursday 10th October when the Annual General Meeting will take place. Members will vote for the election of new or existing club o cials for the coming year. Plans are being continually made for both social and driving events. Meetings take place on the second ursday of each month at the Empress of Blandings near Cadnam. Meetings normally start at around 7.30pm. e club is open to anyone who is interested in classic cars. New members welcome. e parts company Austin Motors Spares Service perhaps holds the world’s largest collection of Austin A30 and A35 parts. Parts are sold new, used and reconditioned. Robert and Rick Prinn are acknowledged experts and are able to o er comprehensive advice and help if required. For more information visit www. austina30a35solentclassics.co.uk Austin Motors award winning stand at Beaulieu Tools for Self Reliance will be holding their Autumn tool sale on Saturday 2nd November , from 10am until 12noon, at their Netley Marsh Workshops, Ringwood Road, Netley Marsh, SO40 7GY. ey will be selling donated tools and items, that are unsuitable to be sent to their vocational training projects in Africa. All money raised will enable the charity to continue to supporting people with vocational training and tools in Ghana, Malawi, Zambia, Sierra Leona and Uganda. Free entry and parking, with prices starting from £1, support them and grab a bargain! For more information please visit www. tfsr.org/events TOOL SALE