Welcome to the April edition of the Forest Edge Gazette.
What do you have planned for this time off? If you are at a loose end and want to keep the children or grandchildren happy Hanger Farm Arts Centre have a Family Easter Parade packed with Easter activities, find out more in our What’s On section.
This month we bring you a new feature ‘Forest Edge People’ and we talk to Oakhaven Hospice on pages 14-15. Did you know that it is Oakhaven’s 25th Anniversary this year? To mark this occasion you can make a minimum donation for a ceramic Forget-Me-Not flower to be placed in the grounds, the display of flowers will most definitely look beautiful in the spring sunshine. A most poignant way to remember a loved one and help fund the charity at the same time. In this issue our community news covers a new Blood Donation Bike for HIOWAA and the Southampton charity, the Rose Road Association receives a grant from the Masonic Charitable Foundation. Our Education News article is ‘Pedalling for Pounds’ as Totton students raise money for two charities.
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Have a lovely Easter whatever you have planned.
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