Herald - Issue 380

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That is why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis.” e Charity welcomes donations of in-date non perishable food items and good quality secondhand clothes. Lion Maureen Geere is handing over the crates of supplies to the Waterside Warehouse Manager Colin Hayter Waterside Country Market Waterside Country Market is open every Friday from 10am until 12noon in the garden lounge, St Andrew’s Church Centre, Dibden Purlieu, SO45 4PT. ere will also be markets on the following Saturdays: 16th November and 14th December in Hythe from 10am until 12.30pm, under the tree and opposite Waitrose (this event is subject to dry weather). Their producers are already thinking ahead and making plans for Christmas. ere will be mince pies, Christmas cakes, chocolate tru es and food hampers amongst other seasonal treats. Please order these special items to avoid disappointment. Their craft producers have some beautiful gi ideas for all ages, from hand knitted and crocheted baby blankets, novelty cardigans for small children, toys, ornaments, pictures, jewellery and hand towels that button securely on bathroom/ kitchen rails. The market stocks homegrown seasonal fruit, vegetables, plants, eggs, chutneys, jams and honey. They are currently seeking home cooks who would like to join their cooperative, a hygiene certificate is required. Please contact the market manager for further information, Sue Mahoney 023 8084 2038 or email them watersidecountry market@outlook.com The Scrumptious Pudding Club meet at St. John’s Church at 7pm on Thursday 7th November. Become a member of the club for just £10, please call the St John’s church o ce by phone 023 8084 4336 or email: o ce@ stjohnshythe.org Scrumptious Pudding Club SPORT IN THE HERALD Bramshott Hill Seniors On Wednesday 18th September a group of four Bramshott Hill Seniors played in the Southampton Golf Club Seniors Open at the Municipal Golf Course Southampton. e weather was a superb autumn day with bright sunshine. e Bramshott Hill team had a spectacular day taking many of the prizes. Ray Dunkason (Bramshott Hill Senior) was the overall winner; 2nd place in Division two went to Stu Bulbrooke (Bramshott Hill Senior); 3rd place in Division two went to Edward Piggin (Bramshott Hill Senior); Best Club Team award, went to the Bramshott Hill Senior Team consisting of; Ray Dunkason, Edward Piggin, Stu Bulbrooke and Paul Wastell . A spectacular achievement by the Bramshott Hill Team and a memorable day was had by all. A group of 10 Bramshott Hill Seniors travelled to Okehampton in Devon for a three-night stay at the Ashbury Golf and Sports complex. e complex consists of several sporting facilities including seven golf courses. A di er- ent course was played each day, four courses in all. Dinner and Snooker was the entertainment in the evenings. We couldn’t have wished for better condi- tions with sunshine and light winds for most of the time. Day one was played on the Oakwood course, the winner being John Gordon . Day two was played on the Beeches course, the winner being Chris Bennett . Day three was played on the Kigbeare course, the winner being Dave Kellaway . Day four was played on the Pines course, the winner being Chris Bennett . A er totting up the overall scores from all four rounds the overall winner was Chris Bennett with a total score of 137. Prizes were awarded for the overall winner, the person that lost most balls the person that went into the water Bramshott Hill Team Southampton Open: Left to Right: Stu Bulbrooke, Ray Dunkason, Paul Wastell and Ed Piggin most times and for many other achieve- ments. e event was so well received that Peter Paine, the organiser, has already started to plan for next year and their sincere thanks go to him, from them all, for the superb job he does. On Monday 30th September, the day dawned bright and 35 Bramshott Hill Seniors set out to play a Stableford Quali er. Rain was forecast but not until later in the day and so yhey all hoped to get around in the dry. e course was still in good condition, so all was set fair for an enjoyable game. e results were: Division One: 1st Ed Piggin, 2nd Barry Walker , 3rd Stuart Bulbrooke ; Division Two: 1st Richard Short , 2nd Ed Moseley , 3rd John Bailey . On Wednesday 2nd October, a Bramshott Hill Senior team played a home match at Dibden Golf Course against Burley Golf Club Seniors. Once again the weather was kind and the day was bright and sunny. e Dibden Course is holding up well and is in excellent condition. A er a close game Bramshott Hill won four games to two. Following the match very enjoyable meal was served in the clubhouse and many gol ng stories were exchanged. is was their penultimate match before the winter period. ey will play a home match against Andover Golf Club on 23rd October and that will bring their Seniors interclub matches to a close for the winter. Bramshott Hill Ladies Results Following a spectacular summer, they move into September with an Indian Summer and play the last of their special games. October sees them return to their usual medal, stableford quali ers and some fun games, of course weather permitting. 5th September - Medal Quali er: Division 1: 1st Lynn Dunkason , 2nd Sheila Rothwell , 3rd Caroline Richmond ; Division 2: 1st Wendy Davies , 2nd Jane Ramage , 3rd PamKellaway , Division3: 1st Cathy Boiling , 2nd Janet Given , 3rd Carol Niven , Short Course: 1st Dawn Gurman , 2nd Liz Moore , 3rd Jan Richardson . 12th September - Closed Meeting: Morning Medal Round: Division 1: Winner – Margaret Shepherd, Runner- up – Leigh Rogers; Division 2: Winner – Pearl Hansford, Runner-up – Pam Colmer; Division 3: Winner - Sue Hallett, Runner-up – Gloria Gordon; Best Net Score – Bramshott Shield: Jane Physick; Best Gross Score – Autumn Salver: Julie Weatherdon; A ernoon Bowmaker Over 11 holes: Winners - Sheila Rothwell, Jane Ramage, Miriam Eve, Runners-up – Hilary Bell, Jo, Renyard, Ursula Symes . 19th September - Stableford Quali er: Division 1: 1st Jackie Howells , 2nd Miriam Eve , 3rd Jo Renyard ; Division 2: 1st Hilary Bell , 2nd Sue Hallett , 3rd Trish Reid ; Division 3: 1st Gloria Gordon , 2nd Jo Wiseman , 3rd Shirley Kingsley-Thomas ; Short Course: 1st Gillian Munro , 2nd Janet Richardson , 3rd Maureen Parry . 26th September - Daily Mail Foursomes: 1st Hilary Bell, Jane Physick , 2nd Jo Renyard, Marion Robinson , 3rd Carolyn Cook, Pam Kellaway. 3rd October - Medal Quali er: Division 1: 1st Jo Renyard, 2nd Leigh Rogers, 3rd Lynn Dunkason; Division 2: 1st Jane Physick, 2nd Sue Hallett , 3rd Jane Ramage; Division 3: 1st Marion Robinson, 2nd Pat Hedges, 3rd Cathy Boiling.