Herald - Issue 385

Page 76 • The HERALD • 20th February 2020 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v SPORT IN THE HERALD Hardley Runners Beginners Course With the Hardley Runners Beginners Course just around the corner, starting on Monday 30th Marc h, the group wanted to show you that there is indeed a light at the end of the running tunnel. Tracy never realised that she would fall in love with running; she originally began running to improve her health and tness. She joined the beginner’s course last year and now, one year on, Tracy has completed her rst 5 kilometre and 10 kilometre races, and has even booked a 10 mile race in the summer to challenge herself. rough the support of the Hardley Runners, Tracy has gained in con dence and is truly an inspiration to any new runners out there. Go along and join the 10 week course. On week one, the group meet at Applemore College eld at 6.20pm, so let your running journey begin. For more informationcontact energybar6@btinternet. com or visit http://www.hardleyrunners.co.uk Bramshott Hill Ladies Raise Over £2,000 e 2020 gol ng season may have started on a very damp note with the wet weather and course closures but the ladies at Bramshott Hill have found other fun ways to keep active and raise money for worthy causes. e outgoing Captain, Hilary Bell announced that the ladies section had raised over £2,000 for Jacks Place which is part of Naomi House children’s charity. e 2020 captain Jane Physick introduced her chosen charity as Solent Dolphin which is a local voluntary organisation which operates a motor catamaran the ‘Alison MacGregor’. On the course, the season started with a waltz - that’s a fun team game that has a 1-2-3 format. Although played on a shortened 18 hole course due to the wet conditions some good scores were posted. 1st Julie Weatherdon, Hilary Bell, Gloria Gordon, 2nd Lynn Dunkason, Debbie Campbell, Chris Jones , 3rd Jackie Howells, Diana Ryan, Cathy Davis . en a er enduring a couple of weeks without golf due to the course closures Captain Jane came up with a cunning plan. She devised a series of team and individuals competitions on the driving range which everyone who took part thoroughly enjoyed. en it was back to the clubhouse for yet more co ee and chat. Still with a shortened 18 hole course the ladies nally managed to play an individual stableford competition. Stableford Competition: Div 1: 1st Julie Weatherdon, 2nd Jackie Howells, 3rd Margaret Shepherd; Div 2: 1st Sue Hallett, 2 nd Cathy Davis, 3rd Mary Annetts. FAWLEY RFC Fawley RFC are keen to welcome new rugby players from school years R-10 for the new season. ey meet at Gang Warily for training every Sunday morning from 10am until 11.30am from September to April. Older sections also train on a Wednesday evening from 7pm until 8.30pm during the season. New players will be warmly welcomed. For further information please contact Paul at paul.patrick@solent.ac.uk DOGS Results Tuesday 7th January (Stableford Top 7 & 9 Hole): 1st A Turnpenny, 2nd P Rogers, 3rd P Wastell, 4th P Bell; N/P 4A (18) P Bell, N/P 4th (9) P Wastell; Pro’s Approach 8th (9) O McCann; 2’s Competition P Summers, J Poore. Tuesday 14th January (4 Club Stableford 7 Holes (9): 1st P Bell, 2nd K Maton, 3rd C Ellis, 4th D Lowman; N/P 2nd C Viney, N/P 4th K Maton; Pro’s Approach 8th P Bell. Tuesday 21st January (Bowmaker Top 7 & 9 Hole): 1st R Gooding, P Rogers, B Coombs, 2nd P Dunn, O McCann, L Cohen, 3rd C Peall, A Turnpenny, R Stebbings; 9 Hole Competition G Long, P Summers; N/P 4A (18) R James, N/P 4th (9) C Viney; Pro’s Approach 8th (9) P Dent; Highest Stableford Score C Peall: 2’s Competition P Dunn. B Tucker . Tuesday 28th January: No Competition – Coursed closed Recreational Football at AFC Totton is back on Monday, 6pm to 7pm for Senior Girls (11 to 16) and 6.30pm to 7.30pm for Ladies (16+); Tuesday, 10am to 11.30am for Walking Football; ursday, 4.30pm to 5.30pm for Junior Girls (5 to 11). Everyone welcome, £3 per person per session. If you’d like to know more about any of the sessions, or you’d be interested in other sessions not listed please contact: chaplain.2819@gmail.com Recreational Football Footballers Wanted 5-a-side footballers are wanted to join a mixed friend- ly group that plays every Sunday from 9am until 10am at Romsey School Sports Hall. All abilities, age 18+ and genders welcome. Just go along and check them out or text Aiden on 07858 947482 for more details. LOCAL TENNIS Waterside Tennis Club welcomes new members of any age or ability, members are able to play anytime, although regular club mix-ins are held on a Tuesday (1.30pm until 3.30pm), Friday (1.30pm until 3.30pm) and Sunday (10am until 12noon). Evening sessions are on Mondays and Fridays with the occasional Wednesday - times arranged to suit the players. e Club Coach, Ola Osuch, is available by appointment, with high priority to those under 18. e oodlit courts are located behind the old re nery social club on Long Lane, Holbury, with ample parking. All are welcome, go along and join them. Check them out on Facebook or email: pete.hickson@gmail. com AN EXTRA £2MILLION TO BE SPENT ON SUPPORTING FAMILIES PROGRAMME Councillor Judith Grajewski, Hampshire County Council’s Executive Member for Public Health, has welcomed the recent government announcement that an additional £2million of national funding will be made available to enable the County Council and other agencies to continue their work to turn around the lives of Hampshire’s vulnerable families. Councillor Grajewski said: “Our Supporting Families programme which brings together a wide range of Hampshire agencies including local councils, the Police, voluntary sector, Health and Criminal Justice has transformed the way services are delivered to support vulnerable families across the county. This has resulted in more than 3,000 families who might otherwise have faced a lifetime of disadvantage, now having a brighter future. Government funding to support the programme was expected to cease at the end of this financial year, so we have been busy establishing a grants programme to enable some of those organisations already delivering direct support to families to continue their good work. Receiving confirmation that national funding for this important programme is set to continue for a further year is very welcome indeed.” Hampshire’s Supporting Families Programme began in 2012, as part of a national initiative to support fam- ilies facing multiple issues such as persistent unem- ployment, poor education, poor health, crime and antisocial behaviour, domestic violence and young people failing to thrive. e programme takes a ‘whole family’ approach involving everyone in the family including grandparents, parents, young people and children. It allows families to build on their strengths while helping them to overcome some of the concerns, di culties, challenges or obstacles they may have in their lives. In addition, an independent evaluation by Solent University shows that between 2015-19, the support given to families to get back on their feet successfully, translated into savings or costs avoided of £27million to the public purse. Going forward, the successful multi agency approach to working with families will be co-ordinated via the County Council’s Family Support Service Hubs situated throughout the county. ese provide early help services for families who need support on a wide range of issues. Play continues inside the National Motor Museum as the fun- lled family exhibition Motoring in Miniature – the Toys of Your Childhood opens for Easter. Most of us have early motoring memories from before we learned to drive – and that’s the shiny toys we gazed at in the toy shop window and spent hours ‘driving’ across the living room carpet or in the garden outside. ese were the toys you were told to clear up, the toys you were proud of and the toys that you loved. From tin plate and wooden toys to die-cast and slot cars. See pull-alongs and pedal cars, radio control cars and scale models. Spot familiar car jigsaws, board games and computer games... these are the toys of your childhood. Recollections of the Tu y Club road safety campaign are bound to make you nostalgic and the memories will come ooding back as you share stories of your motoring history with the exhibition that all of the family will enjoy. Tickets for Beaulieu’s 2020 events are all on sale now. For tickets and details see www.beaulieu.co.uk/events or call 01590 612888. Motoring in Miniature – the Toys of Your Childhood

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