Herald - Issue 460

Page 82 • The HERALD • 11th July 2024 v READ THE HERALD ONLINE: www.herald-publishing.co.uk v FAWLEY GARAGE MOTs/Repairs/Tyres Diagnostics/Servicing Call Now for your Free No Obligation Quote 023 80891057/023 8089 0552 Email: accounts.fg@btconnect.com 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 HAMPSHIRE POWDER COATING It’s Bramshott Hill Golf Club’s 50th Anniversary – Why Not Join in the Celebrations? is year, on the 50th birthday of Bramshott Hill Golf Club (BHGC) based at Dibden Golf Centre run by MyTime Active, the general public are invited to join celebrations on Saturday 7th September between 11am and 4pm. e day will be lled with family activities including; frisbee golf, putting and driving range games with live music by the exciting Dodgy Jammers, an indie rock folk band. So, why not go along and make a day of it? A BBQ will take place on the patio overlooking the picturesque golf course as well as the golf clubhouse serving food and refreshments to cater for all throughout the day. e name “Bramshott” is a modern word which originates from “Brenbresete” which was rst mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086 and means “a projecting piece of land where Brambles grow” – very apt for the beautiful golf course overlooking Southampton Water! e golf course was opened in 1974 and so too was the Bramshott Hill Golf Club when a small group of keen golfers invited all interested members of the public to Club Constitution and Rules – Bramshott Hill Golf Club was born. Pete Summers was one of the rst men to hit a ball down the rst fairway. He became an energetic member of the Senior Section. Today BHGC comprises of four active sections; Seniors, Mens, Womens and Juniors. Richard Bland a LIV and PGA Senior started in the Junior Section at BHGC which is still thriving today with recent successes across Hampshire. Nothing stands still at Dibden Golf Centre and BHGC are delighted to see that Nathan Cook and Adam Freeman who recently opened the Aces Centre at the golf course, are providing a two-bay golf simulator and golf lessons. Something that all members and non-members can enjoy. BHGC would love to see you on 7th September and if you, or any of your family have memories or photos of the club that you’d like to share, BHGC would be pleased to hear from you. Please contact the Club Administrator via email: bramshotthillgolfclub@ gmail.com Club House - a view with the 18th Green in the background a meeting to discuss the possibility of forming a club. is resulted in nine committee members being elected, shortly followed by the Bramshott Hill Golf Exbury Club Fete & Flower Show is year’s Exbury Club Fete & Flower Show is taking place on Saturday 3rd August. e fete will open at 12noon, with the Flower Show opening at 2pm and prize giving at 3.30pm. e ower show has a variety of classes to enter including fruits and vegetables, owers, cookery, cra s and children’s classes. For a schedule and entry form please contact Dawn Utterson on: 07825 908428. Lady Cynthia’s Flea Market Go along to Lyndhurst Community Centre on Sunday 4th August, 10am to 4pm for Lady Cynthia’s Flea Market. ere will be teddy bears, haberdashery, antiques, bric-a-brac, media, DVD, jugs, mugs and much more! Entry is free. Enquiries please call: 023 8070 5060. Fawley Cinema e Fawley Community Cinema show lms in high de nition Blu-ray and stereo sound on a large screen at Jubilee Hall, Fawley on the first Saturday of the month. eir next o ering is Wicked Little Letters (15) on Saturday 3rd August at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Starring: Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley. When Edith and fellow residents begin to receive wicked letters full of hilarious profanities, foul-mouthed Rose is charged with the crime. However, as the town’s women investigate the crime themselves, they suspect that something is amiss, and that Rose may not be the culprit a er all. Tickets £5 available from Jubilee Hall (Please check opening times). Fawley Community Cinema has been funded by ExxonMobil Fawley. Forest Militaria e next New Forest Militaria Fair will be on Wednesday 7th August from 7pm to 9.30pm in the Colbury Church Rooms, Deerleap Lane, Colbury (near Ashurst) SO40 7EH. ere are stalls o ering a variety of militaria items, and these events are an ideal venue for dealers, collectors and enthusiasts to get together to buy, sell, swap, exhibit and talk about all aspects of militaria. All are welcome and admission is £1. Anyone who would like to pre-book a table at £6, should call Dave Curtis on: 07903 600865 or: 023 8178 1324. Lyndhurst Village Artists Exhibition A Group of friends will be holding a selling exhibition of a wide variety of original paintings and cards at e Community Centre, Central Car Park Lyndhurst, SO43 7NY. e Exhibition will run from Saturday 17th to Thursday 22nd August. It is open from 10am till 5pm daily - closing at 4pm on ursday 22nd August. Admission is free with donations to Honeypot Charity. Access is suitable for disabled visitors.