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Your FREE copy April/May 2010


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Street Pastors Pete Broom and Sheena Graham, co co-ordinators of Fair Oak and Horton Heath Street Pastors, are delighted to announce their areas second anniversary on 8th February 2010. On February 8th 2008, 18 newly qualified Street Pastors hit the streets of Fair Oak and Horton Heath. A further 6 trainees qualified in October 2009 making a pool of 24 fully trained individuals covering Fair Oak and Horton Heath every Friday night, 8pm to 1am, come rain or shine, frost or snow. During the two years, two Street Pastors have retired, one due to ill health and one transferred to the Eastleigh initiative. We have 22 Street Pastors in our area. The commitment of the Street Pastors to the work of helping to make the streets in our community a safer and kinder place to be, is reflected in the fact that a team were out both years on Christmas and New Years Eve. Over the last two years Street Pastors have spoken to 4748 people with 104 tours of duty being completed and all by just 24 volunteers ranging in ages from 25 to 68 years old. Over the last two years there has been a 37% drop in crime compared to the year prior to the Street Pastors being launched and this is partly attributed to the success of the “semi-rural” trinity which has been formed in the Fair Oak and Horton Heath area between the Parish Council, Police and the local Churches working together with the Youth Service. Chief Inspector Boyles says, “I have no doubt that this success is down to the joint working of all parties in the area, but I remain convinced that the Street Pastors have played a key role in this reduction. I am thankful for their continued commitment and support they show to the community.” The news of new local areas coming on board brings with it great encouragement as the villages of West End, Hedge End, Botley, Chandler‟s Ford and Bishopstoke will soon have teams of their own on the streets. A new training session began on 6th March, 2010 and 50 trainees selected from the above areas are attending the 12 week long course. All our trainees are asked to complete an in depth personal checking process and are selected from local churches. The gospel is behind everything we do but it is not at the forefront of what we say. For more information email Sheena and Pete at fairoak@streetpastors.org.uk or phone 07970 543098. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the Parish Council, the Police and the Youth Services for their valued input in to this efficient and effective partnership Positive Training for Canines is a friendly training school that only uses kind, effective methods to help teach your dog relevant commands for every day life. Our classes are suitable for Puppies between 10 and 20 weeks (once they have received their second vaccination), 1 to 1 training for adult and rescue dogs We train at Colden Common Community Centre at 7.45pm on Tuesday Evenings. We run small classes so personal attention can be given to each owner and dog. Our classes are relaxed and non competitive.

More information can be found on our website www.positivetrainingforcanines.co.uk or you can phone 0777 131 4947 / 01962 714513 or email positivetraining@btinternet.com Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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House, flat & office moves Household & Personal Effects Full Packaging Service Antiques & Cars Storage Facilities Full & Part Shipments Piano Moves Door To door Service Pallets & Machinery

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67 Cranbury Road, Eastleigh, SO50 5HB

www.cranburys.co.uk Eastleigh 02380 652630


Stokewood Surgery

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Retirement Due to Dr McCarthy‟s retirement at the end of April she will be seeing a reduced number of patients. If you have been a patient of Dr McCarthy and would like to express your good wishes for her retirement or gratitude for the care you have received from her, please may we respectively ask you to put this in her leaving book, available from reception, or in a letter so that patients with medical problems may use her remaining appointments. Surgery Closure The surgery will be closed from 12.30 to 2 pm on Thursday 29 th April 2010. If you require medical assistance during the closure details will be available on the answer phone or from a notice on the surgery doors. There will be no childhood immunisation or health visitor clinic on this day. Swine Flu Swine flu vaccination programme has ended for all patients except those patients newly diagnosed in an „at risk‟ category, who will be offered the vaccination and ante-natal patients and those up to six months post-natal. Clinics will be restricted to once a month until the start of the seasonal flu clinics in September. Seasonal flu clinics The surgery will be holding a seasonal flu vaccination day in the week beginning 11 th October 2010. More details and exact date will be published during the next few months.

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Brambridge Executive Cars (We go the extra mile It's never crowded)

Alison’s Cakes For All Occasions

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Air & Seaport Transfers Private Hire Weddings Long Distance & Local work undertaken Business Travel Comfortable & Reliable travel Competitive rates Fully Licensed & Insured Advance Bookings Tel 01962 715875 Mob 07835387961 Website www.bramex.co.uk

Weddings Christenings Anniversaries & Birthdays

Tel - 02380 696433 Mobile - 07812741581 www.alisonscakes@hotmail.com


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Health and Wellbeing Fayre Venue: Hilldene Centre, West End, Southampton. SO30 3DU Date: Saturday 22 May 2010 With ever increasing levels of stress in today’s world, looking after you and your families health has never been so important. Come and find out about a range of complementary health therapies, try some taster sessions or attend one of the free health talks taking place throughout the day. The fayre is open from 10am until 4pm and is in aid of the Hilldene Community Association (Charity registration Number 301981). If you would like more information about the Fayre, either as an exhibitor or a visitor, please contact Jackie on 02380 463438 or email:health@calminginfluences.com Entry cost: Adults £2; Concessions £1; Children free Weblink: http://www.calminginfluences.com/health.html

FAMILY FESTIVAL Saturday 17th July 2010 10am - 2pm at

Wyvern Technology College Campus in partnership with the Day Nursery, Children’s Centre, and Pre-Schools. Art, Craft and Summer Fete Stalls, Under 5’s Toddle, Arena Displays, Art Gallery, Face Painting, Bouncy Castle, Sports Challenges, Information Stands, Horse Rides, Children’s Farm, The Big Top Cafe, and much much more.

Bookings for indoor and outdoor stalls are now being taken at £20 per table Tel: 02380 692678 community@wyvern.hants.sch.uk Wyvern Technology College, Botley Road, Fair Oak, Eastleigh, Hants, SO50 7AN Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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BISHOPSTOKE PARISH COUNCIL

Appointment of Assistant Clerk Councillors are very pleased to announce the part-time appointment of Mrs Cheryl Taylor as the assistant clerk to Bishopstoke Parish Council. Mrs Taylor will open the temporary parish office in the Methodist Church from 11.00am to 1.00pm each Wednesday starting 7 April 2010 at which staff, Councillors and the PCSO, when available, will be pleased to meet with you and discuss matters of common interest. She will also become the first point of contact for management of the allotments and the Cemetery when the transfer of responsibility from the Borough to the Parish Council has been concluded. A contact telephone number will be published soon. Asset transfer The effective date for the transfer of ownership and management responsibility for the allotments, Cemetery and the Old St Mary’s Churchyard is 1 April 2010 subject to the legal complexities being concluded satisfactorily. After a reasonable period of time, Councillors will begin negotiations with the Borough to transfer other assets, including the remaining bus stops, some open spaces and play areas, to take effect on 1 April 2011. This is all part of the on-going plan to place responsibility for communal assets and facilities in the community where they are located. Grants to community organisations At their recent meeting, Councillors approved a request from the Bishopstoke Memorial Hall for £1500 to assist the management committee in meeting the expense of upgrading the Hall’s fire and security systems in line with the recommendations made during a recent safety and security review. Website upgraded After much effort by a group of Councillors and the Webmaster, the Parish Council website has been redesigned and upgraded and is now available on-line. The new site is more informative with many links to external organisations enabling direct access to their information and it is also more user-friendly. Why not take a look? Further ideas and comments are always welcome. Annual Parish Assembly A date for your diary. The Annual Parish Assembly will be held in the Methodist Church, Sedgwick Road at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 11 May 2010. This is your opportunity as an elector of the Parish to speak and vote on matters of community interest. It also acts as a sounding board for the Parish Council on local matters and enables the Chairman of the Council to report on Council activities over the past year and outline the hopes and aspirations of the Council for the next. This year we shall also have guest speaker on a topical matter. We look forward to seeing you there. Fairtrade in Eastleigh Borough Campaign The Parish Council has become a group member of the Fairtrade in Eastleigh Borough Campaign. The campaign encourages the purchase of Fairtrade branded goods which are quality goods from producers in the developing world who are guaranteed a fair price for their products. In this way, the producers, their families and their local communities benefit through better health, social, educational and environmental conditions. The campaign is always looking for more support and strives to promote the concept and raise awareness in general. Why not find out more from www.fairtradeineastleighborough.org or join the campaign yourselves? The next meeting of the full Parish Council will be on Tuesday 27 April 2010 at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Sedgwick Road, Bishopstoke. The Planning Committee meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7.00pm and the Finance and General Purposes Committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. All meetings of the Parish Council and its Committees are open to the public. For further information, please contact the Parish Clerk: Peter Storey OBE FCIS telephone number 01794 389220 or email: bishopstoke.pc@btconnect.com or visit the Parish website at: www.hants.gov.uk/parish/bishopstoke Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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The Brigadier Gerard Horton Heath Large garden with children’s play area and games. Open Monday – Saturday 11.30am – 11pm Sunday 12 noon – 10.30pm Monday to Friday: Food served:12 noon – 2.15 pm and 6 - 9 pm Saturday: 12 noon - 9 pm Sunday: 12 noon - 8 pm

Large Garden And Play Area For A Fun Family Time! Your favourite classic pub dishes and snacks Full 3 course evening menu available Plus specials board. Plus all our traditional food you would expect All occasions catered for including Weddings, Engagements, Birthdays and Funerals The Brigadier Gerard, Botley Road, Horton Heath. SO50 7DQ Tel: 023 8069 3458.


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Ofsted Registered

Pre-School Welcome to Be Inspired Building and Surveying Services Limited. We specialise in all aspects of building construction services and quantity surveying. Our business philosophy is simple, "The provision of the highest quality workmanship and professional services to all our clients which we believe exceeds their expectations". Extensions, Garages, Plumbing Works, Electrical Works, Carpentry & Joinery Work, Brickwork, Roofing, Tiling, Painting & Decorating, Flooring, Planning Permissions, Building Regulations etc Contact: - Ian Smicle - Thompson Tel: 023 80 362017 Mobile: 07896 483732 Fax: 023 80 362527 E-Mail: be.inspired@virginmedia.com www.beinspired.parishpages.co.uk

2 years To School Age Qualified & Experienced Staff

We Are Opening Another Setting From

The Methodist Church Bishopstoke September 2010 For Availability Please Call Tel; 02380 602254 Mobile: 07908 210866 Spaces Also Available For Our Fair Oak Setting

Carl's Carpentry & Building Services Bathroom Design & Fitting Kitchen Design & Fitting Flooring Conversions/Extensions Staircases Decking & Fencing Timber Windows & Doors All aspects of Carpentry Undertaken For a friendly & competitive quotation please contact Carl on

M: 07900 930446

E: carlbright40@hotmail.co.uk

SPORTS MASSAGE Do you need a reviving sports massage? Or maybe you have a specific injury? My name is Kim Skene and I am a fully qualified and fully insured Sports Massage Therapist, based in Fair Oak, nr Eastleigh I can offer a full consultation, sports massage and rehabilitation advice.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact me on: 07729 827935 kim.skene@tiscali.co.uk or visit www.kimskene.com


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Bishopstoke Players present

A FOOT IN THE DOOR A COMEDY BY RICHARD HARRIS Tickets £7

THURS 20-SAT 22 MAY at 7.30 pm

(£5 Under 16) including refreshments

023 8069 3032 or e-mail bishplayers@btinternet.com

Bishopstoke Memorial Hall Riverside, Bishopstoke (next to The Anglers Inn)

www.bishopstokeplayers.org

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The Village Hall, Shorts Road, Fair Oak.

Has funded sessions available for children born between September 2006 and August 2007 We offer flexible hours between: Monday 9.30am to 12 noon and Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 3.45pm Call Sue Plowman on 07870 589615 or 023 80601276 for more information


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TELL SOMEONE ABOUT CRIME!

Police are warning motorists to be careful when selling cars following the thefts of several vehicles over the past month. Vehicles being offered for sale in a newspaper or magazine, and often the internet, can attract people from far and wide to view the car. However, some come with the intention of taking the car without paying. In one incident, whilst the would-be buyer was being shown round the car, he jumped into the driver’s seat, locked the doors and sped off. In another, during a test drive, the owner and would-be buyer got out at a petrol station to inspect the engine under brighter lights when the thief again jumped in and drove away, and in a third incident, after the test drive and the owner was making a cup of coffee for the man who said he would buy the car, he claimed he had left his phone in the vehicle during the test drive. He then took the owner’s keys supposedly to recover his phone, but drove off with her car. Bear in mind that an insurance company is unlikely to pay out if a car is stolen in this way. If you are selling your vehicle, never let the potential purchaser have the keys unless you are also in the vehicle. If you drive first on a test drive, take the keys out of the ignition until everyone is back in the car and then pass them over. If you are buying a car, try to avoid meeting anyone in a car park, or service station. It is a potentially safer purchase to see the owner at their home, where the registration document should match up, and the service history is likely to be from a local garage. You also know where the seller is if there is a problem. Remember, don’t release the vehicle until cleared funds have been received. A cheque should be cleared first, and make sure that a bankers’ draft is genuine – a draft may be guaranteed funds, but not if the draft is fraudulent or stolen! Remember to always keep your keys safe. Even a basic car is virtually impossible to steal without the keys to disarm the alarm and immobiliser, so never leave your keys lying around on a bar, or your desk. If you’ve information about any crime, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, or log on to www.mostwanted-uk.org Your call is free, no one will know you called and you may earn a cash reward.

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Tarry‟s Opticians Now with new, user friendly facilities including; Eye tests now done downstairs New Spacious car parking New Disabled Access Emergency spectacle glazing facilities Free range of children‟s fashionable frames Glaucoma & Diabetic Screening Digital Eye Photography Workshop on site Contact lenses available inc. free after care 449 Fair Oak Road Fair Oak Square Fair Oak SO50 7AJ

Telephone 023 8060 1988

M B GAS SERICES LTD 42 Cunard Avenue, Shirley, Southampton, SO15 5GP 023 80772824 / 07870 583067 A locally based engineer with over 25yrs experience Gas safe registered to undertake all domestic gas installations, repairs and servicing Reg No. 228621 central heating boilers and systems + oil boilers serviced and repaired radiators and thermostactic radiator valves fires, cookers, warm air units, water heaters hot water tanks, gas pipework Landlord’s Gas Safety Inspections Full System Flushing Free no obligation quotes for replacement boilers and heating systems available FOR ENQUIRIES PLEASE RING ONE OF THE ABOVE TELEPHONE NUMBERS


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* Home * Office * Weekly * Monthly

* One off spring cleans * End of tenancy cleans * Carpet Cleaning * Deep cleans

FREE ESTIMATES / COMPETITIVE RATES

Fully insured, including key holding

insurance, so no need to wait in while we work our magic! References available, all holding high regards to our service

www.risingshine.co.uk contact@risingshine.co.uk 023 80 692104 / 07704 027 726

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Showing at COLDEN COMMON COMMUNITY CENTRE Friday May 7th Friday June 4th Big Screen

The Soloist 500 Days of Summer Good sound

cert.12A cert 12A Induction Loop

Doors open at 7pm - Film starts at 7.30 LICENSED BAR ICE CREAM on sale during interval Tickets £5.00

Children’s Cinema Doors open at 2.30 for 3.pm start Friday 9th April

Where The Wild Things Are

cert. PG

Full programmes are available at the Community centre or on www.coldencommoncc.co.uk

Basic Computer Skills This 12-week course will help you to: Start and shut down a computer safely: Use a keyboard and a mouse to input information: Work with text I numbers and images Search the Internet: Send and receive emails

The venue

Colden Common Community Centre

The time

1.30 to 4pm Starting on Monday 13 th September

To book a place, please enquire at the Centre or ring 02380 692409 or 01962 711453 There are seven places left on this course IT Drop in Workshops

2pm to 4pm on April 22nd

May 13th

June 10th

June 24th

Drop in workshop will be held on the above dates, anything you need to know, our qualified tutor and experienced volunteers will be happy to help. The cost - £6 per session Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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Dr. Steve Hackett

Fryern Dental Practice Cosmetic Dentistry White Fillings Tooth Whitening Finance Plans 02380 262607 www.fryerndental.co.uk Fryern Arcade, Chandlers Ford, SO53 2DR

Dental Care For All The Family Fair Oak Digital Aerials – Satellite – Broadband TV Installations Specialist in Digital TV Reception Digital Aerials for TV, Freeview & DAB Radio Satellite Systems Installed - Freesat and Sky Sky tvLINK Multi-room Viewing (No Extra Subscription Required) Broadband TV Installations (BT Vision) Internet Routers & Networks Set-up Ethernet & Wi-Fi Broadband and Telephone Points Installed 25 Years‟ Experience – Fully Insured

Call Steve Pollard: Former Senior Technical Engineer with ITV and SKY 023 80601403 ~ mob 0792 2974567 No Call-Out Fee / Free Estimates / No Hidden Charges


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Residents of Eastleigh Borough Come and ask YOUR climate questions to our candidates in the General Election. Friday 30th April 2010 Hustings start time: 7.00pm Venue: Barton Peveril College, Chestnut Ave, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 5ZA A combined event organised by Eastleigh Transition Network, Greenpeace and Christian Aid on behalf of the Ask the Climate Question coalition.

Dave’s Friendly Garden Service Garden Maintenance Expert Tel: 02380 464185 Lawns Mowed Turfed Rough Gardens Sorted Out Hedges Cut Planting Of Bedding, Trees and Shrubs Weeding Trees Topped up to 50Ft License To Carry Waist Established since 1994 Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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I.R. Rogers

PLUMBING AND HEATING Reliable service for over 35 years All heating systems Bathrooms and shower installation All domestic plumbing repairs Boiler changes and repairs Warmfront registered (£300 discount for over 60’s new/ replacement boilers) Old heating systems updated Power flushing All work guaranteed Bathroom ceramics and tiling Supplied and fitted or labour only All trades to completion

023 8060 0719 Mobile: 07860 288511 21 Brook Road ,Fair Oak Eastleigh

All breed dog grooming Ivy Cottage, Stroudwood Lane Lower Upham SO32 1HG

Tel 01489 860463 Podiatrist & Chiropodist Jon Callen

BSc (Hons) MChs

Ingrowing toenails Foot pain Orthoses Corns Callous Diabetics Surgeries at: Stokewood Surgery Fair Oak 0844 880 8280

110 Winchester Road Chandlers Ford 023 80 253317

Eastleigh Health Centre 023 8065 0607

Feet come in all shapes and sizes…. Take care of yours

Home Visits available Tel: 023 80696491


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“ STUDENT OF THE MONTH” The Durley Karate Club is proud to award the young student of the month award to Jack Humphrey. This is awarded to the student who has not only trained to the best of their ability but has also shown proper respect to both the Instructors and fellow students. Sensei Ken Skene says “I am delighted to award this to Jack. He has trained hard and shown proper respect to myself, as well as his fellow students. Just as importantly however, I ask that our students also show respect to their Mums and Dads, brothers and sisters as well as their teachers at school. Jack has done this, so well done. Picture of Jack with his “ Student of the Month Trophy

21st –22nd April

Peppa Pig

24th April

The Tiger Lillies

27th April - 1st May

The Ministry Of Fear

6th May

The Sociable Plover

8th May

The Pearl Fishers

18th - 19th May

Cider With Rosie

21st May

Julie Felix

26th - 27th May

Kellerman

‘All Sewn Up’

All your sewing needs at reasonable prices: repairs, alterations, Curtains, cushion covers and general sewing JENNY WRIGHT 7 Michaels Way, Fair Oak, Eastleigh, SO50 7NR

Tel. 02380601307 jennyewright@fsmail.net

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COLDEN COMMON METHODIST CHURCH, Spring Lane

Sunday Worship: We offer a warm welcome at our services : 18th April 10:30 Interactive Service for all ages 18th April 6:30 p.m. discussion hour led by Rev Peter Cornick 25th April 10:30 Worship led by Rev Peter Cornick 2nd May 10:30 Service of Holy Communion led by Rev Lesley Martin 2nd May 6:30 Short service led by Mr Ken Richardson 9th May 10:30 Service for Christian Aid week led by Mr Tony Richmond Every Tuesday „Drop in for Coffee‟ is at the Community Centre : Opening time 9:45 to 12. Friday Lunch: Join us for an hour at 1 p.m. to share a lunch of bread, cheese and fruit whilst listening to an invited speaker. Friday April 30th : speaker is Alison Woods on 'pilgrimage'. Friday May 28th will be Daphne Bembridge on 'volunteering at Countess Mountbatten House'. BISHOPSTOKE METHODIST CHURCH, Sedgwick Road

Sunday Worship 18 April 10:30 Worship led by Mrs Jenny Larkin 25th April 10:30 Family Service led by Rev Lesley Martin 2nd May 10:30 Worship led by Mr David Wrighton 9th May 10:30 Service of Holy Communion led by Rev Tony Parkinson th

CHILDREN‟S HOLIDAY CLUB “CROSSROADS” Friday 16 April 10 a.m. – 1 p.m at Bishopstoke Methodist Church. This is open to children aged 3 – 12. Under 5’s to be accompanied by an adult. Bring a packed lunch. To book contact Rev Richard Wise or Ann Wise on 8061 2192. th

Monday Ladies Group 7.30 every Monday in the church hall, with the exception of 12th April when the group goes to see ‘Nowhere Boy’ at The Point in Eastleigh Man Friday: 1st Friday in each month, meets at the church. Rev Lesley Martin 023 8060 2588

revlesleymartin@btinternet.com

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This Month’s Special Offer

Clock House Auto Engineering

VW, Audi, Skoda & Seat

Your friendly local garage

Free Diagnostic check with every service (worth £40) Please present this voucher

Botley Road Service Station Botley Road Horton Heath SO50 7DW (behind Jet Petrol station) chaegarageservices@btconnect.com Tel: 02380 695810 or 07771 666293

Free Winter Check with every MOT Anti– freeze, battery, and more.......

All major debit and credit cards accepted Loan car subject to availability and insurance

Member FSB


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You are warmly invited to Eco-Skills Celebration – Sunday 9th to Sunday 16th May 2010 at East Meon Sustainability Centre Hampshire. …A festival yet deeper… It takes the festival model of workshops to the next level. The whole week is focused on learning, growing and sharing skills with others, with music and entertainment in the evenings and an amazing party line up for the final night. …A conference yet less restricted… It is a chance for you to do it, rather than just see it demonstrated or talked about. We want to give everyone the chance to actually practice the skills taught, wherever possible. …A chance to learn how to create your dreams… We want you to be actively involved, and tell us the things you want to learn about for future events. Come and experience a week of workshops, learning the skills we need to survive and thrive into the new century. Celebrate community, nature and creativity. All the workshops last for either 1 day or ½ day. Each day, you can choose to do a full day, two ½ days, or just one ½ day if you want to take it easy. Throughout the week, you will have an opportunity to do up to 5 full days of courses. In the evenings, there will be music around the fire, story-telling, films, and talks. We will celebrate our achievements at the weekend with live music, entertainment, and fun! Ben Law will also be on site during the week, working on a round wood timber frame building for the Sustainability Centre. You can watch him work and he will be giving a talk to everyone during the week , about his house, his woodland, and the work he is doing. For more details of his work, please visit http://ben-law.co.uk/ The Beech Café will serve delicious meals using local, organic, vegetarian ingredients. Camping is included in the price of the ticket. Hostel Teepee and Yurt accommodation is also available for those who like their creature comforts! For more details, please go to: www.ecoskillscelebration.co.uk or contact: ecoskillscelebration@gmail.com Phone: Matt: 07832 109567 or Chris: 02392 611607 Price for 8 days £155-£225, please book early to secure your favoured course options. Whilst every care is taken to ensure accuracy the publishers cannot accept responsibility for loss, damage or omission caused by an error in the printing of an advert. All artwork in accepted on the strict condition that permission has been given for use in the publication Adverts are accepted on the understanding that descriptions of goods and services are fair and accurate. Parish Pages does not officially endorse any of the adverts included in this magazine. All rights reserved . No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system of transmitted in any form—electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise—without the prior consent of the publisher. Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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Sue Merrett School of dance Principal - Sue Merrett Licentiate I.S.T.D Phone 023 80601684 Ballet , Modern , Tap, Contemporary , Greek and National classes taught by fully qualified teachers of The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, held at Horton Heath Community Centre and Fair Oak Village Hall . The School has had recent success in local dance competitions winning many medals and cups; the school also boasts a 100% pass rate in recent I.S.T.D. Ballet, Tap and Modern exams. Now booking for the Winter Term.

Little Wizards

Pre-school The Pavilion , Boyes Lane, Colden Common, SO21 1TL Call Sharon on 07711 710068

From 2 years + * Beautiful location *Access to playpark, Woodland Storytime and Picnics, Open fields * Qualified, friendly, caring staff * Ofsted Registered * Member of PLA *Stimulating environment * Early Years foundation stage principles *Open Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 9 am - 3 pm Let your child create their magic in learning & playing at Little Wzards!


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IT Courses Details of IT courses running at Colden Common Community centre Evening IT course, running on Wednesday evenings, in the Bert Stratton Lounge, from 6.30-9.00pm:05/05/10 02/06/10 14/07/10 04/08/10

12/05/10 09/06/10 21/07/10

19/05/10 16/06/10 28/07/10

23/06/10

30/06/10

Basic digital photography course, running on Friday afternoons, in the Bert Stratton Lounge, from 1.30 -3.30pm:23/04/10 07/05/10 04/06/10 02/07/10

30/04/05 14/05/10 11/06/10 09/07/10

18/06/10 16/07/10

25/06/10 23/07/10

There is a two week gap during the photography course unfortunately when it is Silver Surfers (21/5) and the tutor is on holiday (28/5). To book a place on either of these courses or any enquiries about computer sessions at Colden Common please enquire at the Centre or ring 02380 692409 or 01962 711453 Silver Surfers – Colden Common Community Centre This years Silver Surfer sessions will be held on Wednesday May 19th and Friday May 21 st from 2pm to 5pm. Volunteers will be on hand to help with any problems and queries you may have about surfing the net, emails, skype, shopping or searching for information.

AT COLDEN COMMON

COMMUNITY CENTRE

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On Tuesday 18 May 7pm for 7.30 start High Street Clothes at Bargain Prices! ALL CLOTHES CAN BE TRIED ON AND BOUGHT ON THE NIGHT NO ORDERING NECESSARY! Travelling Trends will accept cash, cheques (with valid bankers guarantee card) & most major forms of debit & credit cards on the night! Ticket £6 to include glass of wine & nibbles Tickets available direct from The Community Centre or please contact Maureen Rees on 01962 715789 or 023 80 692409 Or please call a member of Sophie’s Appeal Fundraising Committee Lin Barringer on 023 80 320618 or Donna Stroud on 07899 758519 www.coldencommoncc.co.uk Charity Number 292438

www.sophiesappeal.org Charity Number 1111154

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Can you help us please? Naomi House children’s hospice and jacksplace@naomihouse, a new hospice for teenagers and young people, are in Sutton Scotney near Winchester. We rely on the support of the community to help raise over £4 million every year to enable us to provide respite, end of life and bereavement support to life limited children, teenagers and young adults from across central Southern England. Can you help us by becoming a fundraising volunteer? We are setting up Meon Valley and Twyford Area “Friends of Naomi House” groups.

The groups will be involved in various activities such as running Naomi House stalls at local events organising fundraising events attending cheque presentations swapping collection pots in shops putting up posters helping at fundraising events spreading awareness of Naomi House recycling mobile phones, print cartridges, postage stamps & foreign currency asking local schools and groups to help us

To find out more about how you can help, please contact Hilary Jukes Community Fundraising Co-ordinator hilary.jukes@naomihouse.org.uk 01962 843513 Thank you Forthcoming Fund-raising Events for St Thomas Handshake to Kware 5th May Curry and a Pint night at the Lapstone pub 6.30 – 8.30pm Tickets £12.50 with £5 going to Kware tickets available at pub or Church Office. 12th May Ladies Pamper evening at St Thomas Church. Tickets for sale at door £6.50 includes glass of wine 12th June Barn Dance at Wyvern college 7pm Child (under yr 7) £5, adult £10, ploughmans supper included, bar for drinks available. Tickets available at the Church Office 10th July Garden party at 6 Cedarwood Close 2 – 5pm Small admission charge. More details available from Church office Tel: 023 80695786 The Stables Fair Oak Court Fair Oak Eastleigh SO50 7BG Email: office@sttoms.co.uk Please mention Parish Pages when responding to adverts


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..Our clients always have the last word CHANDLERS FORD

FAIR OAK

146 Bournemouth Road Chandlers Ford , Eastleigh Hampshire SO53 3AL

463 Fair Oak Road Fair Oak, Eastleigh Hampshire SO50 7AJ

Telephone: 023.80.26.95.70 Facsimile: 023.80.25.44.61

Telephone: 023.80.69.42.77 Facsimile: 023.80.69.41.66

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KARDS AND KAPERS Cards , Gifts and Chocolates Stocking a vast selection of cards and party goods Plus Handmade Belgian chocolate counter

Jewellery, gifts for men and women, baby and christening gifts, Yankee candles, east of India wooden gifts, special birthday age gifts and lots more!

Your local one stop card, gift and party shop 461 fair oak road, fair oak

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Description of ETNet and Community Farm Project, Highbridge Farm Eastleigh Transition Network (ETNet) is a group of local people who are taking practical actions on climate change, oil depletion, and environmental damage. These issues are affecting the poorest people of the world first, and will affect more and more people. We are taking positive steps to help rebuild our sense of community, and improve our local communities' resilience to cope with the challenges by learning and sharing skills to help us grow our own food and produce energy locally. We encourage and protect wildlife in the area - they are essential for natural processes we depend on to flourish. To reduce the cost of food by reducing 'food miles', we aim to increase the abundance and availability of local fresh food in Eastleigh Borough. We are encouraging residents to grow food in their own and friendsâ€&#x; gardens, and in local allotments. We also plan to grow some of our own food in a field at Highbridge Farm that the farmer has offered for a Community Farm Project - and to enable other people to join in the scheme. We need to fence off the growing area at the farm from rabbits before we sow seeds and grow plug plants! We are hoping to create a strawbale or other sustainably built community building at the farm, for people to wash their hands, as a place to shelter and rest, and to make and drink cups of tea!

We also need to construct some toilet accommodation at the farm (possibly

compost toilets, if the site is suitable). There is a woodland area at the farm that has possibilities for locally sourced fuels and wood products, and the remains of an orchard that could be replanted as an orchard or as agroforestry – in either case bees could also be kept in this area eventually. We are very happy for you to contact us if you are interested in any of the ideas. We look forward to hearing from you. For Community Farm Growing Project information contact: 02380 652939 Andrew Ross acrosseastleigh@gmail.com For general information contact ETNet Coordinator: Liz Kent liz.kent85@yahoo.co.uk - tel: 02380 693627 or 07944 522135 Co-Chair: Dr Sarah Goode Sarah.Goode@winchester.ac.uk - tel: 02380 618717Co-Chair: Penny Velander pennyvelander@googlemail.com

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B.C. Decorating Services Painting & Decorating contractors Domestic & commercial

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ST. SWITHUN WELLS CATHOLIC CHURCH ALLINGTON LANE FAIR OAK (PART OF THE 3 RIVERS PASTORAL AREA)

VIGIL MASS SATURDAYS 5 pm WORD AND COMMUNION MON. 10 am FELLOWSHIP GROUP WED. 7.45 PM A WARM WELCOME AWAITS EVERYONE, VISITORS AND PARISHIONERS ALIKE. IF YOU HAVE BEEN AWAY FOR A WHILE, WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU AGAIN. SUNDAY MASS AT HOLY CROSS EASTLEIGH 11A.M PARISH PRIEST - REV. M. DENNEHY, 53,

LEIGH ROAD EASTLEIGH, 023 80612430 Web Site: www.3rivers.org.uk

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C & B BUILDERS LOCAL NHBC REGISTERED BUILDER TONY 07795 388802 Kitchen & Bathroom Fitting Decorating Tiling All Building Works Years Of Experience Free Estimates Down To Earth Prices

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FAT LOSS BOOTCAMP Want 20 serio motivated ed u sl y want people w ho to g e t in s hape

Get results in 28 days Burn up to 600 calories in 45 minutes. Fun, challenging and effective. Melt stubborn fat, shape and tone your body with 2 x 45 minute exercise sessions per week. No fad diets. Sensible nutrition plan and constant nutritional advice, to help you lose fat and achieve ever lasting results. Eat for health and you will never need to diet again.

Bishopstoke Memorial hall, Bishopstoke & Holy Cross Church Resource Centre, Eastleigh Suitable for men and women

For more information go to

www.jphillipsbootcamp.c o.uk Or call Jenny on 0777025 3097

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Fitted Kitchens by

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Design, supply & installation of quality Kitchens & Bedrooms Comprehensive Range Appliances, Worktops, Sinks, Wall Tiles etc Free Design Service 25 Years Experience Quality Choice, Value & Service Guaranteed Showroom off Allington Lane at Moon River Pines, Fir Tree Lane, Fair Oak, Eastleigh, SO50 7DF Tel: Fax 023 8069 4524 Mobile: 07880 952582 www.hortoninteriors.co.uk

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Bathroom Design & Installation Common Sense Advice Supply and Fit or Just Fit From Your Local Friendly Fitter

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The Fret Connexxion

Baking More Than A Dozen There are few guitarists who match the diversity, dexterity and experience of Duck Baker. Growing up in Richmond Virginia in the 1950s and playing in the usual teenage rock and roll bands of the time he developed a life-time interest in acoustic blues after moving to San Francisco in the early seventies. His first recordings for Kicking Mule Records showcased an eclectic mix of styles which he perfected from 1975 to 1980. Blues of course, but also ragtime, bluegrass and jazz played in finger-style but unusually for a nonclassical player, often on nylon strung guitars. In recent years he has developed a strong interest in free jazz and has two CDs on release shortly on the Mighty Quinn record label. Everything That Rises Must Change and also The Waltz Lesson recorded with London based clarinetist Alex Ward and bass-player Joe Williamson. Free jazz is not appealing to everyone so listeners who are put off by very modern music may wish to approach these with caution! The album is rounded with more mainstream pieces by John Coltrane and Theolonius Monk among other jazz greats. This trio reflects the Duck Baker artistry of the past few years since his move to London. Returning to his earlier roots and perhaps of more interest to the general listener is his new solo album on the Les Cousins label, The Roots And Branches Of American Music. Under the guise of this rather documentary title you will find a delightful mixed collection of blues, ragtime, gospel and swing. This is Duck Baker at his best with unorthodox chord voicings and subtle couterpoint taking the place of mere dry technical displays of guitar technique. It is this most comprehensive of repertoires which he will be expo on Sunday May 2 nd in concert at The Picture House in Southampton Ocean Village. Tickets are available from www.picturehouses.co.uk or 0871 704 2060. Enjoy. Andi Cee celebrates the art guitar every Wednesday 8 – 10 pm when he presents The Fret Connexxion on Skyline 102.5 FM and on-line at www.skyline.fm. You can contact him with requests, playlist ideas or local gigs and bands at andi.c@skyline.fm

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St Mary’s & St Paul’s, Bishopstoke Sunday Services St Paul’s, Fair Oak Road 9.30 am St Mary’s, Church Road 11 am In Bishopstoke, there are two Church of England buildings, but we think of ourselves as one Christian family – because we are! Each week there is at least one service that is appropriate for children, or has children‟s Christian activities. We also have various mid-week activities, including a toddler group and groups that meet for friendship, prayer and to look at the Bible together. We are always happy to hear from people who would like to be prayed for or ask anything about Christianity, and we run the Alpha Course together with other churches.

For more information please contact… Revd Richard Wise tel. (023) 8061 2192 email. rwise@talktalk.net or see our website. www.bishopstoke.org.uk

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Dentist with a sweet tooth! Oh! I love chocolates, cakes and pastries! Yet he has good teeth! How does he do it?

It is not treats OR teeth; with us it is “treats AND good teeth”!So if any one can look after your teeth, he can!

Fair Oak Dental Practice Clinical Excellence in a Caring Environment 1 Campbell Way, Fair Oak SO50 7AX. Tel: 023 8069 4030 We listen to your dental problems Comprehensive dental examination from £29 Impartial and transparent treatment choices with written estimates Highest standard private dentistry at affordable price Friendly and trustworthy staff Sedation available for nervous patients Cosmetic tooth whitening and white fillings Dental implants

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The Acorn Social Club C&IU Affiliated

1930-2010 A full refurbishment of the club has recently been completed There will be special events throughout the next 12 months to mark our 80th year Saturday 24th April - Andy McKellar's Rock and Roll Show Saturday 1st May - D.J.Mike Bishop Saturday 8th May - Neil Scott (Live Vocalist) Saturday 15th May - Acorn Hosts, FAIR OAK CARNIVAL COURT SELECTION With Disco Saturday 22nd May - Sound 2K Disco Carnival Darts will be held at the Acorn throughout June

Acorn Social Club, Winchester Road, Fair Oak. SO50 7GW. Telephone 02380 692577

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Free Advice & Quotations Call 02380 601907 or 07711 693598 51 Stubbington Way, Fair Oak, Eastleigh

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