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  • The Landford Poacher, Pound Hill, Landford

    IF THE main requirements of a good meal out are excellent food, good service, pleasant surroundings and value for money, then the Landford Poacher meets the lot. Recently refurbished and sporting a fresh fish selection in addition to a varied la carte

  • Buon Gusto, Commercial Road, Southampton

    LOCATED within applauding distance of the Mayflower Theatre, it's no surprise that Buon Gusto has the feel of a theatre restaurant. The Italian restaurant is decked out in a combination of artefacts from foreign holidays and theatre posters creating the

  • HALL: I WOULD RELISH UNITED CHALLENGE

    Marcus Hall insists he's ready to face the might of Manchester United tomorrow if Wayne Bridge loses his battle for fitness. Bridge, who is hoping to start his 101st consecutive league match for the club, is a major doubt for Saints boss Gordon Strachan

  • Terminal will give top views of liners

    Southampton is to have close-up, grandstand views of some of the world's most famous ships with the construction of a third cruise terminal in the port. Record-breaking demand to bring luxury cruise vessels to Southampton means the docks have to have

  • Star spangled street names

    TWO showbiz legends are to be remembered in a new chapter of the town's life. Two streets are to be named after comic Benny Hill and musician Heinz Burt in a huge housing development on the former Pirelli site in Leigh Road. Benny delivered milk to Eastleigh

  • SEX PEST BANNED

    A SERIAL paedophile from Fareham has been banned from approaching any child under 16. Ian Jackson - who has committed 23 sexual offences in 27 years - was made the subject of a special behaviour order. Jackson, 55, of Redlands Lane, has been banned from

  • Rugby: Winchester outgunned

    WINCHESTER crashed to their fifth defeat of the season and plummeted to the bottom of the table after a heavy beating at the Linford Christie Stadium last Saturday, writes Tom Morris. The visitors couldn't cope with a rampant London Nigerian side, and

  • Football: Nelson eases City's passage

    Winchester City 6, Old Tauntonians 1 ALTHOUGH it was a highly unfamiliar-looking City team that took the field for this Southampton Senior Cup tie, they still proved too formidable for their Drew Smith Southampton Premier opponents. The City side included

  • A Hampshire Tribute

    WINCHESTER Cathedral will prove to be a venue fit for a king - well, a duke anyway - this week. His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent will be representing the Queen at a special concert in aid of the Army Benevolent Fund and SSAFA Forces Help. The concert

  • Silver Beatles

    The Silver Beatles return to the Brook tonight for another night of mop-top mayhem. The local foursome split at one point, but are back together and better than ever. Anybody lucky enough to have caught the Beatles live will appreciate the performance

  • Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham

    A BIT of Scotland comes south this week with a performance by two of the country's best-loved traditional musicians. Aly Bain is regarded as Scotland's supreme traditional fiddler. He helped to form the renowned band Boys from the Lough and has performed

  • Electric Soft Parade

    ELECTRIC Soft Parade are in cracking form. Their debut album, Holes In The Wall, has sold well, their Portsmouth date has been upgraded from the Wedgewood Rooms to the Pyramids and the boys recently walked away with a Q Award. The last year has been has

  • Status Quo

    THE undisputed kings of rocking revivals Status Quo return to the south this week. The Quo were also guests of Lord Romsey in the summer and gave a rocking performance on the Broadlands estate. In the past 35 years, the Quo have released more singles

  • Echo in line for top award for the arts

    THE Daily Echo is on the shortlist for a national award to recognise the success of its Poet-in-Residence project with poet Polly Clark. Each year the Financial Times/Arts and Business Awards recognise exceptional partnerships between business and the

  • Top age campaign role for Sir Trevor

    NEWS at Ten star Sir Trevor McDonald will be presenting the awards in the government's Age Positive campaign, which is being backed by the Daily Echo. There will be honours for individuals and companies who are leading the way in being age positive. It

  • Ship pays tribute to victims of siege

    HMS SOUTHAMPTON changed plans for her visit to Russia this week - as an act of respect for the victims of the Moscow theatre siege. The city's adopted warship sailed into the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk on Monday with her flag at half-mast to pay tribute

  • A night of laughter will boost charity

    GET ready to laugh the night away when three top comedians come to town for a charity black tie dinner. Jim Davidson, Frank Carson and Hampshire's own Keith O'Keefe are sure to get everyone chuckling away at the Night of Comedy in aid of the Wessex Cancer

  • Final hurdle on road to new headquarters

    A FINAL push to help make a £1m state-of-the-art headquarters for voluntary groups in Southampton got under way this week. Business leaders, city Itchen MP John Denham and mayor councillor Brian Parnell attended a fundraising lunch at St Mary's stadium

  • Terminal will give top views of liners

    Southampton is to have close-up, grandstand views of some of the world's most famous ships with the construction of a third cruise terminal in the port. Record-breaking demand to bring luxury cruise vessels to Southampton means the docks have to have

  • 88% REPLIED YES

    MORE than 88 per cent of urban sub-post offices in Hampshire are considering closing down, it emerged today. According to a Daily Echo poll of 33 post offices in the Southampton, Eastleigh and Winchester areas, 29 have not ruled out taking redundancy.

  • Review: Cinderella: A great night of entertainment

    Cinderella, Southern Theatre Productions, The Lantern Theatre, Romsey Cinderella is perhaps the best known and most loved fairytale of all. This Rodgers and Hammerstein musical version of the traditional rags-to-riches story made such a refreshing change

  • Orpheus in the Underworld

    EASTLEIGH Operatic and Dramatic Society are going underground in their latest show. Orpheus in the Underworld, Offenbach's mythologically-inspired opera, is an everyday tale of farming folk - or, to be more exact, of a woman who falls in love with the

  • Jane Eyre

    FORGET Lara Croft and the Spice Girls. When it comes to Girl Power, Jane Eyre beats them all hands-down - even without the aid of a skin-tight vest. Following up their performance of Jane Austen's Emma at the Theatre Royal last November, Good Company

  • People asked to help shape future

    THE HAMPSHIRE Strategic Partnership is asking people who live and work in the county what is important to them as part of a mission to help shape future development. The HSP, which was launched in September, is a multi-agency par tnership including local

  • Make planned park bigger call

    New Forest National Park inquiry - Day 10 COUNTRYSIDE campaigners have called for the proposed New Forest National Park to be enlarged. The Council for National Parks (CNP) claimed the scheme could prove to be a false dawn unless the area of specially

  • Teen who watched murder jailed

    A SERIAL carjacker who stood and watched as a pal stabbed New Forest estate agent Tim Robinson to death has been jailed for seven years. Aaron Jones, 17, teamed up with Dwaine Williams, 18, to try to steal Mr Robinson's £20,000 Audi from outside his £400,000

  • Revamped Totton 'a place to avoid'

    PLANS to give Totton town centre a multi-million-pound face-lift will make it a place to be avoided, it has been claimed. The warning has been issued by a member of New Forest District Council - one of the three local authorities that have devised the

  • Red faces at Orange inquiry

    The public inquiry into the siting of an Orange phone mast has exposed massive communication gaps between Winchester City Council officers and planners. The council told the hearing on Wednesday that it would prefer to site the 12-metre mast, proposed

  • County recovers from storms

    Gusting gale force winds at the weekend led to cross-Solent ferry cancellations and fallen trees across several roads in and around the New Forest. A large oak tree toppled onto the thatched roof of a country cottage at Newtown, Minstead, the home of

  • Health boss stands down

    The chief of Winchester's Royal Hampshire County Hospital has called it a day after six years in the post. David Livermore, chairman of Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust, left yesterday (October 31st). He will be replaced by Barbara North,

  • Planners just 'obeying rules'

    As architects and planners strive to meet housing guidance on fitting more homes into small sites, a property developer has spoken out in their support. Last month, Kings Worthy Parish Council chairman, Dr Adrian March, said planning guidance was "a recipe

  • Pat's top honour

    A Hampshire nurse has received a top honour from St John Ambulance. Patricia Morris (53), from Alresford, was invested as a member of the Order of St John at a ceremony in the historic Grand Priory Church, Clerkenwell. She was admitted as a "serving sister

  • Pupils put lives in danger

    Hundreds of pupils at a Winchester secondary school are endangering their safety by failing to use pedestrian crossings on a busy road. Civic leaders heard at a meeting of the Winchester Movement and Access Panel that children at Kings' School are not

  • Island clash for top two

    The chasing pack in Hampshire Division Two will have their ears to the ground this weekend as the top two clash on the Isle of Wight as Ellingham & Ringwood visit the Wootton Recreation Ground for the first time. Whoever loses will open the door for

  • Important race abandoned

    National rankings in the British Olympic classes stayed unchanged after the extreme weather conditions last weekend forced organisers of the all-important Holt RYA National Ranking Series to abandon third round racing in Weymouth. The high winds exceeded

  • Richards: 'I've a horrible feeling'

    With 4,000 miles still to go in the second leg of the Around Alone race, Emma Richards remains second despite coming under fierce pressure from her French rivals. Yesterday the Hamble yachtswoman, the only female competitor in the race and the youngest

  • MacArthur steps up her preparations

    Ellen MacArthur and Mike Golding resume their single-handed racing careers, for the first time since last year's Vendee Globe, when the Route du Rhum gets underway next weekend from St Malo in France. MacArthur, sailing her recently refitted Open 60 Kingfisher

  • Santa Claus won't be coming through town

    SHOPPING centre chiefs have scrapped the festive Basingstoke parade of Father Christmas and schoolchildren that has weaved its way from the Top of Town into The Malls for the last five years. The parade, featuring Father Christmas in a sleigh drawn by

  • Arson prompts security review

    GOVERNORS at a private Christian school in West End could be forced to install CCTV cameras after arsonists struck. Staff at the 130-pupil school, which is funded by Southampton Community Church, have been left devastated after fire tore through two sheds

  • Chris: Beat Leicester and Pompey are up

    After reviewing their wonderful start to the season, Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara delivered his Portsmouth verdict this week. "Pompey will be guaranteed a place in the Premiership if they beat Leicester on Saturday," he insisted. Kamara, who had two

  • Emphatic defeats for GBR Challenge

    GBR Challenge slipped to fifth place in the Louis Vuitton Challenger series in Auckland this week after suffering emphatic defeats by the American OneWorld team and regatta favourites, Alinghi of Switzerland though they picked up a point against Italian

  • CINEMA LISTINGS

    Films showing in the Hampshire region until November 7. 28 DAYS LATER (18) **: A virus that locks those infected into a permanent state of killing rage, is accidentally released and spreads over the world. Twenty-eight days later, a small group of survivors

  • MINOR MISHAPES (15) ***

    EVERYONE loves Mike Leigh - and not just the British, it seems. This Danish offering owes much to the renowned English director, who revolutionised modern cinema and theatre with his improvisational approach to developing characters and scripts. Director

  • Strachan: We can decide our destiny

    GORDON STRACHAN has rallied his troops ahead of tomorrow's Old Trafford clash and told them: "Don't leave the pitch with any regrets." The Saints boss played under Sir Alex Ferguson at both Aberdeen and Manchester Utd and has prepared his team for what

  • 'Drugs' thrown from high-speed chase car

    A FLEEING driver threw what are thought to be packages of drugs out of his car window during a high-speed police chase through Eastleigh. Police spotted a speeding silver Vauxhall Vectra at 8.30pm yesterday on the M3 and reported that it was travelling

  • From The Sidelines

    AGUSTIN Delgado's long-awaited return for Saints last weekend has given the club an extra dimension to their attacking options, writes Ian Henderson. With James Beattie (below right) hitting top form with that hat-trick against Fulham and Brett Ormerod

  • Football: Tough going against Paulsgrove

    Alresford Town 1, Paulsgrove 1 ALRESFORD did well to take a point away from third-placed Paulsgrove in a stern encounter at Arlebury Park on Saturday. This was not a game for the squeamish. It was tough physical play throughout, with both sides putting

  • Cross Country: Winchester runners in form

    WINCHESTER & District AC runners did well as the club hosted the opening meeting of the league cross country season, held recently at Farley Mount Country Park. The weather held out to allow some excellent performances, including the U15 girls, where

  • Kids Near Water

    PUNK upstarts Kids Near Water met at the Exeter Cavern Clubs Millennium Eve party, forming from the members of two different bands. Having joined forces, they released a debut EP which caught the attention of local label Firefly. Since then the band have

  • Alabama 3

    THE excellent Alabama 3 will be preaching to the converted this week with a double date on the south coast. Rob Spragg, aka Larry Love, and Jake Black, aka The Very Reverend Dr D Wayne Love, visit Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms on Monday followed by a date

  • Australian Pink Floyd

    The Australian Pink Floyd formed in Adelaide, in 1988, but didn't adopt their current name until moving to the UK. They were the first Pink Floyd tribute band to tour in the UK back in 1993. And if you want proof that the boys are any good they received

  • Belinda Carlisle

    BELINDA Carlisle might not quite be Madonna, but she's still something of an Eighties/Nineties music icon. Indeed, it is hard to believe that the princess of pop, who brought us such hits as Heaven Is A Place On Earth, Leave A Light On and Runaway Horses

  • Raising the profile of lung cancer

    A NATIONAL campaign aiming to promote awareness of lung cancer has been launched in Southampton. City mayor Councillor Brian Parnell joined representatives from Macmillan Cancer Relief and the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation to unveil an advertising

  • Duke opens new research centre

    A STATE-of-the-art cancer research building in Southampton has been officially opened by the Duke of Gloucester. The £5.5m facility, which opened its doors informally in March, provides facilities for the University of Southampton's internationally re-nowned

  • Kids martial the arts of a karate defence

    SOUTHAMPTON is producing its own brand of karate kids thanks to an ambitious new self-defence project being run at a city school. An Outer Shirley Regeneration grant of £3,000 has been used to establish a self- defence and kick-boxing club for youngsters

  • The Vernon Follies in Showtime

    YOU might spot a subtle American influence in Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society's latest show. The Vernon Falls in Showtime is a non-stop musical extravaganza, boasting highlights culled from West End and Broadway shows and classic Gilbert and Sullivan

  • Sammy

    ONE of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century is the inspiration behind this new musical. Hollywood star and original Rat Packer Sammy Davis Junior soared to the top of the entertainment industry in his own lifetime - despite having the "wrong

  • Welsh National Opera

    TRADITIONAL opera fans are in for an eyebrow-raising time at The Mayflower this week, as Welsh National Opera put good taste to the test with a new production billed as 'adults only'. The renowned company, who are regular performers at The Mayflower,

  • Swing from the Heart

    SHOWBIZ royalty mixes with the genuine article at The Mayflower on Sunday as Southampton charity Wessex Heartbeat celebrates its tenth anniversary with a glittering gala. In the presence of Their Royal Highnesses The Earl and Countess of Wessex, compere

  • Tesco corners the market

    Supermarket giant Tesco turned the corner shop market on its head by agreeing a £377m deal for convenience store group T&S Stores. The deal will see half of T&S Stores' One Stop and Day & Nite shops converted into Tesco Express outlets. It

  • Cycle light sparks pier plunge alert

    A MAJOR search was launched last night amid fears that a cyclist may have plunged off Hythe Pier. The cyclist was reported to have disappeared after leaving the Hythe ferry and a light from a backpack was later seen floating in the water. Police and coastguards

  • New campaign for Lyndhurst bypass

    HIGHWAY chiefs are being urged to build a relief road at Lyndhurst to reduce jams and improve air quality. Hampshire county councillor Mel Kendal has re-ignited controversy over a Lyndhurst bypass by publishing proposals for an 880-metre road around the

  • Touchy feely protest!

    Winchester residents caused a stir at Wednesday night's meeting of the full council when they turned up to protest about the city's alleged mistreatment of the environment. They handed in two petitions criticising its support for the park and ride car

  • Helpline for bullying victims

    A helpline has been set up for victims of bullying at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester. Surveys have identified bullying and verbal or physical abuse as a problemwith the main culprits patients' relatives, say NHS bosses. At a Winchester

  • Staying out of trouble

    Hampshire is to pioneer a scheme aimed at keeping teenage offenders out of jail. The county's probation service is one of seven across the country who will be introducing the scheme in April. "The peak age for young men offending is 18 to 19," said deputy

  • City traffic is getting better

    It may not seem like it, but traffic levels in Winchester have dropped since 1993, according to the county council. Roadworks may have plagued the city centre but the good news is that it could have been far worse. Traffic levels on the main roads into

  • Council cracks down on illegal buildings

    Winchester planners have vowed to crackdown on illegal building after unanimously refusing an application on a site where planning rules had been breached. The owner of Bowlake Farm and Equestrian Centre, in Portsmouth Road, Colden Common, wanted to alter

  • Warts and all screen puts trains in view

    New information screens at Winchester Station were officially launched by South West Trains this week. MP, Mark Oaten, was at the ceremony, which suffered a technical hitch when the system broke down on Monday. Mr Oaten joked: "I seem to be a curseif

  • Preservation or progress?

    Should Hampshire aim to be a powerhouse of Europe, or should it seek to preserve its heritage sites, fields and woodlands? This was a question debated by conservationists at a meeting in Winchester this week. Organised by Winchester Conservation Alliance

  • How Winchester survived civil war

    You can't help but sense the ghosts of history massing around you as you walk the city's streets, after reading Richard Sawyer's new book, Civil War in Winchester. A building as bleakly 20th century as the multi-storey car park in Tower Street somehow

  • Homes sales recoup cost

    A planning exercise in Winchester branded a waste of public money may not cost the local taxpayer anything. The city council is set to spend £185,000 on a still current "community planning" exercise in Highcliffe and Stanmore to identify new sites for

  • Technology centre wins royal praise

    His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, opened Intech 2000, the £11m Hampshire Technology Centre Trust interactive science facility at Morn Hill, Winchester, on Monday. In brilliant sunshine, he was welcomed to the landmark building

  • Triathlon: Howard, 8, impresses with third win in five outings

    Thruxton race circuit was the stage for 'Chapel Tri-stars' to show yet again why they are the most successful Junior Triathlon Club in the south. The row/bike/run event, hosted by Hampshire Fire Brigade, attracted Junior entrants from all over the South

  • Strugglers aiming to produce a home win

    Rock bottom Winchester will be aiming to throw off the demons of last weekend's crushing defeat at London Nigerian by impressing at home against second-placed Hertford. The 60-3 reverse sent Mike Marchant's side careering to the foot of London One on

  • Romsey can maintain pressure

    Romsey can maintain the pressure on leaders New Milton & District, while denting Sandown & Shanklin's title hopes by beating the Islanders in the pick of the Hampshire Division One games tomorrow. The Hurricanes have lost just the once so far

  • Trojans gunning for Totts revenge

    The second instalment of the unofficial London Division Four South-West 'Southampton-challenge' series of matches takes place this weekend, as city rivals Tottonians and Trojans clash at the College Ground. But, unlike last season, the result should certainly

  • DAY 107: New port will create a heavy lorry nightmare

    LORRIES will thunder through New Forest villages 24 hours a day if a new port is built at Dibden Bay, it has been claimed. Robert Giddings, chairman of Netley Marsh Parish Council, said drivers leaving the port would take a short cut through the New Forest

  • Top lifters of the world unite

    A fistFUL of trophies proved no weight at all for the Basingstoke Powerlifting Club at the Drug-Free World Championships in Edinburgh. The small band of lifters, based at the Sports Centre in Basingstoke, can now boast four world champions in their ranks

  • Bird swoops on debut

    DANIELLA Bird had a dream debut for England under-17 as she scored their only goal in a 2-1 defeat by France under-17. The game on Friday afternoon was played at Clairefontaine - the first time the under-17 side had played on foreign soil. The 15-year-old

  • Prisoners put up by police

    INMATES are being put up at Basingstoke police station because of overcrowding at Winchester Prison. Two prisoners have been ferried back and forth from the jail and Basingstoke's police cells since Monday - and the town's top police officer says this

  • Waugh not on Hampshire's list

    Paul Terry has rubbished speculation that Mark Waugh is set to join Shane Warne at Hampshire next season. Waugh's decision to retire from international cricket following his omission from the Australia squad for the forthcoming Ashes series has made a

  • Emo must shoot in 60s or face Tour School

    GARY EMERSON must shoot in the 60s in today's second round of the Italian Open or start packing his bags for Tour School later this month. The 39-year-old Salisbury-based golfer was tailed off 96th after struggling to a two-over first round of 74 in Rome

  • HUMPHREYS

    HUMPHREYS DAVID GEORGE Aged 75 years. Passed away at Countess Mountbatten Hospice on October 29th, 2002. Beloved husband of Joyce, father of Michael and Martin, father-in-law of Denise and Doreen and grandfather of Joanna, Simon, Terri and Ryan. Reunited

  • JACKSON

    JACKSON PAMELA (PAM) (Nee MARSH) 03/12/26 - 29/10/02 Died suddenly after a short illness. Dearest mother of Sandra, Christine, Ken, Barry, Valerie, Elizabeth, Pamela, Beverley, Trevor, Andrea and stepmother of Victor. Funeral arrangements to follow. -

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNIE (Nee Thomas) MUM There never was a stronger bond That stayed so true, lasted so long. You helped me through my darkest days You kept me strong, sane, safe always. You instilled in me a sense of pride That will burn forever deep inside.

  • PARKER

    PARKER IAN THOMAS Beloved son of Alan, brother to Gary, Amanda and Kevin and uncle to Sophie. Passed away peacefully on October 27th 2002. Will be missed by us all and forever in our thoughts. Service to be held on Wednesday 6th November 2002, at 11.40am

  • CROPP

    CROPP STEVE Congratulations Steve of Oakmount Recovery on passing your HGV class 1. Remember your achievement list, by the time you were 21 you were going to qualify as a HGV fitter, Pass your LGV 2, get you HIAB licence and pass you HGV class 1. Well

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNY (Nee THOMAS) Beloved daughter of Avril. Passed away so suddenly on Friday, October 25th. My very special daughter who I loved so dear, words cannot begin to say how broken hearted I am. Nothing can ever replace the memories you gave or

  • ROBSON

    ROBSON RALPH TAYLOR Passed away peacefully on October 22nd, 2002 after a long illness. A wonderful husband and father who will be missed everyday especially for the things he did for us. Loving wife Connie, sons Lynn and Brent, grandchildren Joshua and

  • MIST

    MIST PEGGY Died peacefully at home with her family. Much loved sister, mum, nan and great nanny. A "mist" has lifted but leaves sunshine where she touched. ---------- Funeral service to be held Monday, November 4th, 2002 in The East Chapel of Southampton

  • COATS

    COATS GEORGE HUNTER Passed away on October 26th, aged 84. Dearly loved father of Dorothy, Valerie and Raymond Much loved grandfather and great grandfather. Will be sadly missed by all the family. Funeral Service at Fawley Methodist Church on Wednesday

  • BONE

    BONE DORIS ELLEN In loving memory of Doris, who passed away seven years ago today. We think of many happy times, when we were all together. The lovely memories we have of you are ours to keep forever. Desmond, Robert and Gerri, Lizzie and Joe.

  • HAPPY

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY SANDRA KELLETT Happy birthday Mum. Have a great holiday! Lots of love Leah, Dawn, Shane and Tony XXXX

  • RAVENSCROFT

    RAVENSCROFT PETER Dearly loved brother and uncle. Passed away suddenly on October 24th, 2002 after a long illness bravely borne. Remembered always by Betty, Jim, Elizabeth, Jimmy and Rosemary. Goodnight Peter. God Bless X X X X X ---------- Loving brother

  • FREEBORN

    FREEBORN JOAN Frank and family would like to thank relatives and friends for their kind messages of sympathy for the sad loss of Joan. Also for the floral tributes. Please accept this as a personal thank you.

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNIE (Nee Thomas) As we lay you down upon grandads knee, To go to sleep so peacefully. A beautiful heart and a beautiful soul, Always willing us to reach our goals. Against all odds you battled through, Nothing has ever beaten you. You were

  • HICKLING

    HICKLING TREVOR Passed away October 30th, aged 79. Beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He will be sadly missed. ----------- Funeral Service at Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel on Thursday, October 7th at 3.40pm. Family flowers

  • BATCHELOR

    BATCHELOR BARBARA Died peacefully on Wednesday October 30th 2002. Funeral Service Southampton Crematorium, West Chapel on Wednesday November 6th, 2002 at 9.45am. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Hythe Hospital, c/o Waterside Funeral

  • BRAY

    BRAY HELEN Guess whose life begins today? Have fun. Luv you lots. Mumsey, Fudgelet, Elaine, Zoe and Nan.

  • THE

    THE GLORY OF CHRISTMAS CAROL CONCERTS Salvation Army, Shirley. Saturday Dec. 7th, 7pm, Sunday 8th, 3.15 and 6.30. Tickets £2.50 (14 years and under £1) from Shirley S.A. Charity Shop, Becketts Music Shop or (SAE) B. Warren, 175 Rownhams Lane, North Baddesley

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNIE You will always be remembered, much loved and sadly missed. Love from the Walsh family.

  • JENMAN

    JENMAN ALFRED 1 year since your passing Dad and we still miss you so much, but the love you left behind surrounds us all forever. God Bless. X X From Lynn, Paul and our families.

  • 40TH

    40TH BIRTHDAY SUE BRINDLEY Happy Birthday Mum. Love ya loads. Jamie, Jo, Katie, Greg and your Little Man Maison xxx.

  • WEST

    WEST DOREEN Goodbye "Little Mate" I will miss you. Dudley.

  • JOHNSTON

    JOHNSTON JACKIE In loving memory of a dear daughter-in-law, who passed away 3 years ago. Always in our thoughts. Mum, Dad and family.

  • WEST

    WEST DOREEN Greatly missed as a very dear friend. God Bless Maureen.

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNIFER Dearest Jen Deep in my heart you will always stay, loved and remembered every day. I miss you more than anyone knows, as each day passes the emptiness grows. The tears in my eyes I can wipe away, but the ache in my heart will always

  • MCCARTHY

    MCCARTHY GRACE In memory of Mum, reunited with Dad in 1993. Resting in peace together. Love Thelma, Tony, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. xxx

  • BUNDY

    BUNDY ALAN ALFRED Sheila and family would like to thank all family and friends for their kind messages of sympathy following their sad loss. Also for the flowers and donations to Airr charity. Please accept this as a personal thank you.

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNIE Dearest cousin Jennie. Will always love you. Will always remember you. You will stay in our hearts forever. Love you loads. Love Tania, Barry and children from South Wales.

  • PAGE

    PAGE DOREEN AND CLIFF Congratulations on your Golden Wedding Anniversary. Love Margaret, Heinz and Heidi. XXX Germany.

  • BARON

    BARON TERRY Passed away October 28th 2002, will be sadly missed, goodnight, God Bless, Rest In Peace. All my love Dolly.X

  • GILMORE

    GILMORE CHARLES Passed away October 28th after a short illness. Will be sadly missed by Edna and all his friends at the Southampton General Hospital. ------ Funeral Arrangements from R. C. Payne and Son, Shirley Road. Tel 023 8077 3776

  • EDWARDS

    EDWARDS LOU (Formerly KING) Goodnight, God Bless. "Our Queen of Woolston" Till we meet again. Love Bob, Beryl, Sarah, Matt, Becky and Sam.

  • COMPTON

    COMPTON BETTY JOYCE Late of Cadnam and Totton. Died peacefully at Brookvale House, Portswood, Southampton on October 24th, 2002. Will be sadly missed. ---------- Funeral Service will take place on Friday, November 8th at Southampton Crematorium, West

  • RAVENSCROFT

    RAVENSCROFT PETER Much loved husband of Marjorie Passed away suddenly on October 24th, 2002 in Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham. Brother-in-law of Audrey, Beryl and Roy, Eva and Derek. Goodnight Darling Till we meet again X X X X X ---------- Funeral

  • WEBB

    WEBB GORDAN Passed away on October 29th, 2002. Will be sadly missed by brother-in-law Frank, nephew Danny, niece Maureen and families. God Bless.

  • EARLE

    EARLE RONALD CARL Passed away on Monday, October 28th, 2002. Now at Peace, after so much pain and suffering, so bravely borne with strength and portitude. Such a proud man who was deeply loved by his wife Christine, sons Warren and Justin. Also Amanda

  • JACKSON

    JACKSON PAMELA NAN AND GREAT NAN Will be sadly missed. Goodnight and God Bless. With love Adam, Becky, Jordan and Hollie. XXXX

  • MEL

    MEL AND MIFFY Good luck on your wedding tomorrow. We are all very proud to be your friends ! All our love. Lizi, Jeannine, Stuart and Travis xxx.

  • JACKSON

    JACKSON PAMELA Mum, I'll miss our chats, I'll miss my holiday companion but most of all I'll miss your love. Sad loss to daughter Beverley. Also loved and missed by son-in-law Sam and grandsons Matthew and Alex XXXX. ---------- To the best Mum in the

  • HUDSON

    HUDSON BOB Wendy and family would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for so many kind messages, flowers and donations and for joining us to say our last, sad good-bye.

  • HIBBARD

    HIBBARD AMY Aunt of Violet, great aunt Jennie Nick, Jamie and Daniel. God Bless.

  • HERMANS

    HERMANS HERMITS SINGER and SONGWRITER JOHN GAUGHAN will be at Victory Gospel Church, Nutburn Road, North Baddesley this Sunday morning at 10.00am. Come and enjoy a service that is different!

  • FREEBODY

    FREEBODY JENNIE (Nee THOMAS) 15 -2, 15 - 4, 2 is 6, + 6 make a doz, + 1 for the best card in the pack. You will be dearly missed and forever in our thoughts. Love, Eddie and Jo.

  • EDWARDS

    EDWARDS LUCY Passed away October 29th, 2002, aged 86. Mum, we will miss you so much but you'll live on forever in our hearts, your presence, your love and kindness and your zest for life. Love Jim, Caroline, Anthony, David, Ben and Tom. XXXXXX

  • ANSELL

    ANSELL RICHARD 2 years have passed so slowly since we had to say good-bye God Bless. Your loving wife Joan. X X

  • MORROW

    MORROW - LEUNG CRAIG AND NATALIE Are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their son, Charlie Craig, born 27th October 2002, weighing in at 10lb 5ozs. First grandchild for Diane and Jeff, and nephew for Stacy. Ninth great-grandchild for John Payne of