Herald - Issue 458

v KEEP ON THE ROAD WITH THE HERALD v Page 80 • The HERALD • 30th May 2024 Holbury Service Station MOT’S & SERVICING and Repairs to Cars and Vans TYRES FITTED WHILE YOU WAIT Budget and Branded Tyres held in stock Member of Good Garage Scheme Long Lane, Holbury SO45 2NZ Tel: 023 8089 3727 Web: www.holburyservicestation.com Email: holburyservicestation@hotmail.co.uk All Major Cards Accepted Our knowledgeable staff are on hand to keep your vehicle on the road in a safe manner • We offer all garage services including free collection and delivery from your home • We now offer Dpf cleaning - Injector cleaning - Turbo cleaning and Air intake cleaning to help your car run cleaner improving its performance and economy. • Good Garage Scheme – RMI – Trust my Garage Member MOT’s, TYRES, CLUTCHES, CAMBELTS, SERVICING, WELDING, DIAGNOSTICS, LASER-TRACKING. CARS, VANS UP TO 3.5T, MOTORHOMES UP TO 30’ 023 8001 0029 Badminston Lane, Fawley, SO45 1BX 023 8001 0029 145 Long Lane, Holbury SO45 2NZ Tel: 023 8024 3300 FOR ALL YOUR MOTORING NEEDS LOCALLY • Free fit batteries (most cars) • Free fit wiper blades • Battery chargers • Oils • Braking • Service parts • Tools/tool hire • Car paints • Engine management diagnostics/reset • Towing accessories • Number plates • Exhaust systems • Steering/suspension • Haynes manuals W: www.cobramotorcomponents.co.uk E: sales@cobramotorcomponents.co.uk Brockenhurst Music Society Brockenhurst Music Society’s 77th season, continues on Monday 17th June - Maxim Calver (cello) and Kumi Matsuo (piano), acclaimed international cellist Maxim was a nalist in the 2018 BBC Young Musician of the Year; Kumi studied in Tokyo and then at the Royal College of Music, and has performed internationally as a soloist and chamber musician; playing works by Debussy, Brahms and Mendelssohn. Monday 15th July - Sofia Sacco (piano), born in Italy, a prize winning graduate of the Royal Academy of Music London, and an extensive performer across Europe and the UK, playing works by Shostakovich, Couperin, Respighi, Cro and Beethoven. Monday 12th August - Caroline Taylor (soprano) and George Ireland (piano), ‘praised for her ‘glittering soprano’ ( e Times), and an international performer in operatic roles as well as a concert soloist, performing with acclaimed recital partner George Ireland ‘ e Peasant’s Wise Daughter’: Dvorak, Wolf and Schumann. Monday 2nd September - Anna Im (violin) and Chiao-Ying Chang (piano), Anna, born in Korea, and Chiao-Ying, born in Taiwan, both graduated from the Royal Academy of Music, and are international prize winners and performers; playing works by Beethoven, Grieg, Schubert and Saint-Saens/Ysaye. All the above concerts will be held at St Saviour’s Church, Brockenhurst at 7pm. Tickets are £18 from www.ticketsource.co.uk (booking fee applies), Pot Pourri in Brockenhurst or Sway Deli, or £20 at the door. Season tickets are also available at £75. For more information please visit: www. brockenhurstmusicsociety.co.uk Sofia Sacco women’s stories through works by Schubert, Homeopathy its Principles and Practice Langley WI’s next meeting is on Tuesday 18th June for a talk by Allan Pollock titled ‘Homeopathy its Principles and Practice’. Followed on Tuesday 16th July for a Beetle Drive. e WI o ers women the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and campaign on wide-ranging issues. Langley WI meets every third Tuesday at their new venue of Jubilee Hall, Fawley, SO45 1DF at 7.30pm. Email: langleypres@hampshirewi.org. uk or check out their website at: www. hampshirewi.org.uk/wi-page/langley-wi OBSERVATION EVENING Railway Correspondence and Travel Society (RCTS) and Mid Hants Railway, Solent Branch meetings are held in association with Mid Hants Railway – Southampton and Waterside Group. Meetings are held at the Eastleigh Railway Institute, Romsey Road Eastleigh SO50 9FE and commence at 7.30pm. e room, on the rst oor (sorry no disabled access), is usually open from 7pm. A bar is available for refreshments. eir next meeting is on Wednesday 19th June for an Observation Evening at Eastleigh Station from 4.30pm to 8.30pm. Followed on Wednesday 17th July for an Observation A ernoon and Evening at Reading Station from 2.30pm to 8.30pm. A donation of £3 is usual to help with the costs of the speaker and room hire. Non-members are very welcome at their meetings. Further details can be obtained from John Godfrey on: 07850 220009 or email: solent@rcts. org.uk Romsey Singers to Entertain! Romsey Singers directed by Philip Lawson, welcome you to Romsey Town Hall on Saturday 22nd June, 7.30pm, for their Entertain! concert. e programme will include folk songs and a selection of music by Noel Coward, Stanford, Pearsall, Saint-Saens, Elgar and more. Do go along and enjoy what promises to be a fun evening. Tickets are £15 to include an interval drink. Under 16s half price. Available from Romsey Visitor Information Centre, 13 Church Street, 01794 512987 or: www.romseysingers.org