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The Local Eye - Issue 152 - June 2018

A monthly publication now into its 13th year, advertising trades and businesses local to the Bournemouth area. Also containing a comprehensive mix of editorials, news and information on local events and the surrounding area, as well as a regular mix of entertaining puzzles and trivia.

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152 Advertising For Local Businesses, Trades
and Community Information...


A family run local business providing a
multi disciplined roofing service for 25 years

Our services include:
Tiling ^ Slating ^ Velux
3 Layer Felt ^ Duo-Ply

Leadwork ^ Terraces
Balconies ^ Walkways

Moss removal
Emergency Repairs

From Single Tile / Slate

To Full Re-Roofing

Competitive Rates

References Available

Residential Customers, Local Authorities, Managing Agents,
Companies, Builders, NHS Trusts

01202 522389 / 07786 154920

rhroofi[email protected]

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Home is where
the care is

Home & live in care from
Bluebird Care

Find out more about home care and the
difference it can make to your life.
Email the Bluebird Care team:
[email protected]
or call us on:
01202 283777

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Welcome to the June issue of e Local Eye

We had a good start to summer with the May Bank holiday.
Here’s hoping it will continue through the coming months!

is magazine is delivered free to an alternating selection of around
13,000 homes and businesses in Bournemouth, mainly through the
Charminster, Queens Park, Moordown, Ensbury Park, Redhill, Winton,

Muscliffe & Strouden Park districts.
It can also be picked up from:

e Bournemouth Life Centre, Mike Stokes Tyres and Johns Fish &
Chips in Moordown, KwikFit Castle Lane, A-Storage in Charminster,
AH Parfitt - Chiropodist/Podiatrist in Winton, and Charminster &
Winton libraries, Moordown Community Centre, & several laundrettes
in Charminster, Moordown & Winton.
More information on rates and ad copy submission as well as online
copies of the current and previous issues can be found on the website.

01202 255485 / 08000 430485
07801 474788

[email protected]

Many thanks for all your support,


It’s Now Our Outdoor Season

Why not give bowls a try?

Free coaching sessions every
Wednesday from 2pm - FREE Coaching
All you need to bring is flat soled trainer type shoes

For more information please contact
Keith: 07593 559103 / Linda or Ron: 01202 252291

Bournemouth Electric Club, Broadway Lane, BH8 0AA

Registered charity. 1170761

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained within this publication was correct at the time of going to print. We
cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies in advertisements, editorials or features nor for any consequences arising from these. We are
not to be held responsible for any errors, loss or damage to copy in printing. The Local Eye does not officially endorse any advertising material
included within this publication. It is the advertisers responsibility to ensure conformity with laws and/or acts relating to Trade Descriptions,
Sex Discrimination, Consumer Credit, Copyright etc. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval systems or
transmitted in any form - electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise - without the prior permission of the publisher. The use
of this publication for canvassing, direct marketing or any other activity apart from sourcing local goods and services, is strictly prohibited.

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Free Local Delivery Available To Take Home
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BH17 0RR, Tel: 01202 723162 store

Ferndown Industrial Estate, Wimborne
BH21 7PE, Tel: 01202 872240

Flooring Superstore

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Project Indigo

One boy’s adventure through time and space!

Hi, I’m Tom, a local Doctor Who blogger & I write about my adventures online at

Project Indigo is my blog where I travel the world visiting
people and places associated with Doctor Who. This Easter I
was dragged through the space time continuum to the Malvern
Hills in Worcestershire. My TARDIS took me there to see where
the Doctor Who episode ‘The Krotons’ was filmed in 1968.

In the hills, Tank Quarry and the West of England Quarry were
used as the surface of the Gond planet where the Second
Doctor, Jamie and Zoe fought the Krotons. The Krotons had
crash-landed on the Gond planet following a space battle and
had enslaved the Gond race for thousands of years. They would select the smartest Gonds
to become their companions then would drain their mental energy.

At the time of recording Tank Quarry was still in use but now it
is inactive. The geology is Pre-Cambrian which means that the
exposed rocks are some of the oldest in England - 680 million
years old! Tank Quarry is kept inaccessible for safety but from
the fence there is a good view of the hill face and even a picnic
table to enjoy the landscape. There is more room to explore at
the West of England quarry where you can hike up the hill or
follow the forest path.

At the foot of the hills lies the area of Great Malvern, birthplace
and home of Edward Elgar, the composer of Land of Hope and
Glory. It was here that CS Lewis and JRR Tolkein would meet with their friend George Sayer
and other literary companions at The Unicorn Pub. It is said that one night, as CS Lewis
left the Unicorn, it started to snow and as he viewed the gas-lamps in the snow he was hit
with a brainstorm - and so the Narnian world of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe was
created. This book was the inspiration for the 2011 Doctor Who Christmas Special - The
Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe.

The writers would also walk on the hills which continued to influence CS Lewis to write the
Narnia Chronicles and JRR Tolkein would compare the Malvern Hills to the White Mountains
of Gondor in Middle Earth from his Lord of the Rings trilogy. Hmmmm, Gonds … Gondor …
I wonder if Tolkein inspired Robert Holmes the writer of The Krotons?

I had a fantastic day exploring Malvern, my favourite part was the spectacular views over
the Severn Valley. If you would like to read about my other Doctor Who adventures please
check out my blog. Thanks for reading, goodbye!

Tom Project Indigo --

A farmer deep in the countryside rushed to call the fire brigade when his barn caught fire.
Hi dialled 999 to report the fire. In the calmest voice he could muster, he reported the fire and
gave his farms name. The control room asked, “How do we get there?” The farmer hesitated a few

seconds then asked, “Don’t you guys have those big red trucks anymore?”

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Winton - 426 Wimborne Rd, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH9 2EZ
Tel: 01202 512345

Wimborne - 20 East Street, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1DT
Tel: 01202 883311 FREE PARKING

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Mount Pleasant Townswomens Afternoon Guild

We meet in the Bradpole Road Community Centre at 2pm on the 1st Wednesday of every
month for a social afternoon, when we have different activities including a speaker, and

we welcome visitors who we hope may join us and become members of TG.

Our other activities include Trampers & Eaters (when we visit nearby places of interest
and end up with lunch), skittles, a music afternoon (all sorts) and a Social Studies
afternoon when we reminisce and discuss any current subjects of interest.

Charminster Afternoon Townswomens Guild

Trinity URC Hall, Sutton Road - 2pm Tuesday 26th June

Come and meet us and make new friends, and find new interests!

Further details from our secretary, Margaret, on 01202 512543

St Albans Garden Club
St Albans Church Lounge
No meeting at the hall this month,
we are off on a trip out!

Next hall meeting <> 2pm - Monday 16th July
Further details from Margaret Tel: 01202 512543

It’s not just the people who are greeted by St Peter at the pearly gates. One day a big old black cat
arrived and St Peter checked his big book and said to the cat, “Well Harry, it seems to me you were a
very good cat down there. You were friendly and never caused any trouble. I would like to reward your
good life, is there anything you would wish for?” Harry replied, “ I used to love dozing in the sun, so a nice
quiet spot like that would be great.” “Ok” said St Peter, “You go on through and someone will take you to a
nice quiet spot in the sun with a soft cushion to curl up on.” A little later a group of mice arrived. St Peter

checked the big book and turned to the mice.
“I see you were a good family of mice, you didn’t scare anyone,
and only took what food you needed. As a reward I will grant
you a special wish. Is there anything I can do for you?”

e head mouse replied, “When we were in the house
we used to love watching the children play, especially
on their roller skates. It looked such great fun, do you
think we could get some?” “Okay,” St Peter replied, “ at
is easily fixed, your wish will be granted.” Later that
week St Peter was having a stroll around when he came
across Harry looking very contented. “Are you comfortable
Harry in your sunny corner?” asked St Peter. “Oh yes,” Harry
purred, “And I must say, the meals on wheels was a lovely

unexpected treat too, thank you!”

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Lawn Mowing • Garden Tidy Up • Turfing
Hedge Trimming • Lawn Treatment

Mulching • Waste Removal & Disposal


Pressure Washing (Driveway & Patio etc.)
Painting & Decorating • Fence Repairs

Deck Repairs & Treatment • Shed Repairs
& Removal • Waste Removal & Disposal


For urgent jobs, one-offs, or regular fixed price service call

01202 805 375



Stockists of:-

Large selection of Patterns,
Needles and Accessories
Baby Clothes, Shawls and
Blankets Knitted to order
Shop 1, 1a Cardigan Road
(road opposite Poundland)

Winton BH9 1BJ

01202 512106
Delivery Service available
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Carpentry & Building

Kitchen Fitting General Building
Fitted Wardrobes
& Cupboards Bricklaying & Plastering
Door Hanging,
Architrave & Skirting General Maintenance

Fencing, Decking, Sheds

1st and 2nd Fix

No Job too Small • References Available • Fully Insured • Free Estimates

Brian Stephens

Tel: 01202 525 445 Mob: 07921 525 424
[email protected]

26 Green Road Bournemouth BH9 1EA

SUHDowOto KPlaUy

Fill in the grid so that every
row, every column,
and every 3x3 box
contains the digits
1 through 9,
with no repetition!


You solve the puzzle with
reasoning and logic,

there’s no maths involved
and no adding up.
It’s challenging.
It’s addictive!
It’s fun.

(Solution on page 44)

As a treat at the weekend Dave took his 4 year old son, Peter, out to Burger King for lunch.
As they were eating their burgers, Peter asked “Daddy, what are these little things on the

cheeseburger buns?” He explained that they were tiny seeds and were ok to eat.
His son was quiet for a couple of minutes and obviously in deep thought.

Finally, Peter looked up and said, “Dad, if we go home and plant these seeds in the garden,
we could have enough cheeseburgers to last forever.”

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Kids eat




Children’S menu

29 – 31 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth BH8 8UE
Telephone – 01202 554511

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Matthew Moore at Gales Solicitors is appointed Chairman
of Winton Traders’ Association

Matthew Moore, the senior partner at
Gales Solicitors in Winton, has been appointed
as the new chairman of the Winton Traders’
Association. He was voted in unanimously by the
active traders’ association members at their AGM.

Matthew advised,
“I am delighted to be Chair and am hoping to make a
real difference to the business community here.
I aim to improve the appearance and attraction of
Winton to shoppers and businesses.
We also plan to give Winton a proper online presence and build up our local
online community. I intend to develop a vibrant and active business
community and engage as many businesses as possible.
Gales Solicitors is a longstanding business in Winton and has always played
an active and important part in its local community. It’s really important to
me that Winton succeeds and is seen as a destination of choice.”

Concluding Matthew commented,
“I would like to offer huge thanks to Sue Slade, the former Chair, for all the
hard work that she has put in over the last few years, it’s been very much
appreciated by many.”

Matthew Moore is also Chairman of the Bournemouth and Poole
Citizens Advice Bureau.

About Gales Solicitors:
Gales Solicitors was established in 1948 by John Gale and has been
providing legal advice to the people of Bournemouth and the surrounding
areas for 70 years.

Now located on Winton high street, Gales Solicitors continue to deliver a
professional service from a local base. Offering legal services to both
individuals and business clients.
The company prides itself on offering expert advice with a friendly face.

A Nebraska farmer got in his pickup and drove to a neighbouring farm and knocked at the
farmhouse door. A young boy, about nine, opened the door.

“Is yer Pa home”? the farmer asked. No sir, he ain’t,” the boy replied. “He went into town”
“Well,” said the farmer, “Is yer Ma here”? “No, sir, she ain’t here neither. She went into town with

Pa.” “How about your brother, Howard? Is he here”?
“He went with Ma and Pa.” The farmer stood there for a few minutes, shifting from one foot to
the other and mumbling to himself. “Is there anything I can do fer ya”? the boy asked politely. “I
knows where all the tools are if you want to borrey one. Or maybe, I could take a message fer Pa.”
“Well,” said the farmer uncomfortably, “I really wanted to talk to yer Pa. It’s about your brother

Howard getting my daughter, Pearly Mae, pregnant.”
The boy considered for a moment. “You would have to talk to Pa about that,” he finally conceded.
“If it helps you any, I know that Pa charges $50 fer the bull and $25 fer the hog, but I really don’t

know how much he gets fer Howard.”

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‘Your local family run Estate & Letting Agent’

With over 50 years combined experience we here at Quinn & Co know the
property market like the back of our hand and have had the opportunity to

assist hundreds of Bournemouth residents with their property sale,
purchase and property management.

Property Sales
Lettings Management

Financial Services

10% off

off our standard agency fee with the code ‘local10’


413 - 415 Charminster Road, Bournemouth, BH8 9QT
Telephone: 01202 512299 Email: [email protected]

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Isn’t there
something you’d
rather be doing with
your spare time?

Could you use some help with your Cleaning, Ironing or Both?

• Regular hourly rate only £11 - £12 per hour
• One off spring cleans available - call for price details
• Times and hours to suit you - (minimum 2 hours per week)
• Reliable, honest, professional service
• Insurance provided

Call 0800 0925 773
Email: [email protected]

You deserve a rest... So be served by the best


Reliable Delivery People

Due to the continued growth of The Local Eye,
I am in need of additional reliable delivery people.

You will need to be reasonably fit and healthy, and have
your own transport as each round is usually at least 500
magazines and they are too heavy to carry all at once.

If you would be interested in earning a few extra pounds
for a few hours walking each month, then please give me a
call on 08000 430485 or email: [email protected]

(If you have previously replied to this request before and are still interested
please do contact me again so I can update my contact list)

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Dog Walkers

Home Visitors
In The

Bournemouth Area

Tailored to you and your dogs needs, we
provide a bespoke dog walking and care
service. For your peace of mind, we have
had years of experience with dogs and
are also fully insured.

Tel: 01202 468978
Mbl: 07775 905263
Email: [email protected]

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Derek J.Rolls

Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

Top Tips For Selling Your House

First Impression – This can be make or break. If a potential purchaser is put off before
the entering the front door then it’s over before its begun. Take a look at the outside of
your home as a stranger might see it. It might be winter and very wet but for a small
sum or some time and energy you could tidy the garden, paint your front door and get
a sale.

Tidy – Be obsessive about this, as it is a make or break to a prospective client. Our
advice is to have a seriously good clear out before you put the house on the market
– even if you bundle up your prized possessions and take them off site. Prospective
buyers want to see clean lines and uncluttered work surfaces that create a feeling of

Clean – Fresh, sparkling and inviting would be perfect. Hard to achieve when you
have an active life with pets and children, but the cleaner your house is the easier it is
to sell. If you cant face the task we can put you in touch with someone who will provide
a full deep clean for your home.

Bathrooms – Generally we don’t advise sellers to refit a bathroom prior to sale –
unless it is really ghastly. Do the obvious instead – re-grout, re-silicon, fluffy towels,
pleasant scent, clean and spotless please.

Kitchen – Spare a thought for the poor estate agent as you dash out of the house
without loading the dishwasher! We want to take pride in your house when we show
clients around and leftover breakfast is not the first thing they want to see as they enter
the kitchen.

Brief the agent – The more we are prepared to answer questions about your house
the easier it will be to sell it and allay any fears that prospective buyers may have.
As an estate agent we dislike not having the answers. And we particularly dislike not
knowing how your gadgetry works so please do show us how to use the iPad entry
system, the drop down cinema and the fancy lighting system. If we make it look easy
the clients will love it. If we don’t know how it works, then they won’t.

Odour – It may seem trivial but the aroma of your house is really very important when
you are selling. A simple diffuser discretely hidden in the hall could do the trick. Some
people proffer the advice of coffee and home baked bread but be realistic. It could
take a few weeks to sell your home and you cannot be there ready to turn on the bread
maker at the drop of a hat.

Animals – People’s pets are much loved by the owner but very often just the owner
and not necessarily the person that is going to buy the house. Pets also can have quite
a strong odour, not to mention the litter trays, food bowls and clutter that goes with
having an animal in the house. Try to keep pet evidence to a minimum.

01202 525778
958 Wimborne Rd, Bournemouth BH9 2DG

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Derek J.Rolls

Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

Local Estate Agents Dealing With
Local Property Sales & Purchases

SOLD We have over 50 years of
combined knowledge and
experience in selling homes
in the area so truly do know what
your property should be worth

in todays market.

We work closely with our SOLD
clients and their solicitors to
assist in the smooth sale and

purchase of their homes.

SOLD Please call us on

01202 525778

or email:
offi[email protected]
for a free market valuation.

01202 525778

958 Wimborne Rd, Bournemouth BH9 2DG

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Try our authentic
Mexican Food in
Boscombe Market
every Saturday.

Also available for
events and parties.

07870878143 The Happy Mexican

Picture Box Zoe Bellamy
A simple test of say what you see?
For example the first one below is? BSc.Pod.Med - M.Inst. Ch.Pod
Hitting below the belt of course!
Chiropodist / Podiatrist
(Answers on page 44)
Picture Box Answers
Hitting 1. London bridge
2. Star sign
ALPHA 3. The good, the bad &
CENTAURI the ugly
4. Spin cycle
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01202 309932


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Also available a wide
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Banger, Black Pepper, Beef
& Beer, Alabama, Stilton &
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(*all subject to availability)

Frozen Fish Fillets...

(as available)

7-8oz Cod Loin

6-7oz Haddock

6-7oz Salmon

(Opposite Esso garage, lower Charminster)

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Brain Power

1: Read this sentence:

Now count aloud the F’s in that sentence. Count them only once. Do not go back and
count them again. What is your answer? See page 44 to see how you did!

2: At the local sports club, some veteran members were photographed together for
the annual awards ceremony.
In the photograph, each member has a different coloured T-shirt on.
The number of awards each has won over the years counts towards their status
within the club, however, it is also significant to let other members know how many
relatives of theirs are eligible for membership.
From the information given below, can you determine the positions of the five
members in the photograph, their T-shirt colour, their age (40, 48, 60, 65, 74), the
number of awards they have won (40, 75, 96, 125, 165) and the number of eligible
relatives (5, 9, 30, 46, 60)?

The person who is wearing red, has 25 relatives more than Jesse and is not next to
the person wearing blue.
Jordan is wearing orange and has 40 awards more than Jean.
Jean has 51 awards more than their age and Jesse has 5 relatives.
Jayden has 75 awards and is 65 years old.
The person on the far right has 37 fewer relatives than Jean, and is 40 years old.
Jamie, who is the first, is 60 years old, and has 20 awards fewer than their age.
The person who is next to the person who has 46 relatives but not next to the person
who is 60 years old, is wearing yellow, and has 96 awards.
The person in the centre has 46 relatives, is wearing blue and has 125 awards.
The person who is wearing green, has 30 more relatives than the person to the left of

3: At the local sweet shop, three particularly nice sweets are on special offer.
A Sparkle, a Wibbler and a Nobbler together cost 40p.
A Nobbler is over three times the price of a Sparkle.
Six Sparkles are worth more than a Wibbler.
A Nobbler, plus two Sparkles costs less than a Wibbler.

How much does each type of sweet cost?

4: A banker has lots of pound coins, ten boxes in all. Each box contains 100 pound
coins, but one box contains coins which are all counterfeit and are slightly lighter,
1/16 of an ounce lighter to be exact.
The problem lies in the fact that they all look identical, the only way to tell them
apart is to weigh them.
The banker knows the correct weight for a box, but how many weighings are
required to determine which box contains the counterfeit ones?

Answers on page 44

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D Learn To

N Dance Now


D Specialists in the following:
N *Ballroom

C *Latin

E *Junior Street
*Ballet & Modern
D *1st Wedding Dance
N *Adults

C *Juniors

E *Tiny Tots

A 93a Chatsworth Road
N Bournemouth BH8 8SN
C Tel: 01202 514551

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My Health My Way

My Health My Way offers a new course to support people in Bournemouth and Poole
living with long-term health conditions

My Health My Way is running another one of their popular free courses to support people in Bournemouth and
Poole who have long-term health conditions and/or their carers.

Commissioned by Dorset CCG and delivered by local charity Help & Care, My Health My Way offers self-
management support for individuals aged over 18 who suffer from a long-term health condition and live in
Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole, or are registered in a GP practice within these areas.

The service provides one to one health coaching sessions, either face to face in local GP surgeries or
community venues or over the phone. With up to six sessions of 45 mins, the focus is on listening to the
person’s story, exploring changes they might want to make or challenges they are facing and supporting them
with problem solving and goal setting to move forwards.

Since 2014, My Health My Way has been running courses, facilitated by experienced coaches in community
group settings. The course has various workshops that cover topics such as working with healthcare
professionals, managing anxiety and relaxation, asking for help, connecting to support, communicating our
needs and feeling and understanding self-management.

The course also offers a good opportunity for attendees to meet other people with similar experiences. People
who have been on these courses often comment how helpful it is to realise they are not alone, to share ideas
and feel supported to try new techniques to feel more confident.

One of the last year’s attendees said: “I plucked up the courage to go and it’s probably the best thing I’ve done.
It’s nice to know you’re not alone and to share ideas with the group.”

Given its popularity, My Health My Way is running another course in spring 2018. This year’s course will
take place on 24th April, 1st May, 8th May and 15th May 2018, from 2pm to 4pm (including a break with
refreshments) at Kinson Community Hub.

Naomi Unwin, Service Manager of My Health My Way & Advocacy Services said: “It is always a pleasure to
see how the individuals on the course bond and support each other to grow in confidence.
People get so much from being able to share not only their experiences but also their learning to help others.
In their feedback on the courses, people talk about the skills and ideas they’ve picked up and how it has really
helped them grow in confidence.”

We are now open to referrals and we encourage anyone meeting the eligibility criteria to get in touch via
phone or email to apply for a place.
We also accept referrals from clinical and non-clinical staff working in health, social care or voluntary sector.

Anyone interested in the course, or on one to one support, please call 0303 303 0153
or email [email protected].

You can find out more about My Health My Way and how to refer on our website:

A circus owner walked into a shop to see everyone crowded around a table watching a little
show. On the table was an upside down pot and a duck tap dancing on it. The circus owner was

so impressed that he offered to buy the duck from its owner.
After some wheelin’ and dealin’ they settled for £10,000 for the duck and the pot.
Three days later the circus owner runs back to the shop in anger, “Your duck is a rip-off!
I put him on the pot before a whole audience and he didn’t dance a single step!”

“Hmmm....” thought the duck’s former owner.
“Did you remember to light the candle under the pot?”

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Call 07790 654729
Email [email protected]


Quality Automotive Valeting & Detailing
Covering Bournemouth, Poole and surrounding areas

Providing your vehicle with the highest quality service to ensure it looks it’s best!
Using premium products to guarantee a quality finish, whether it’s a maintenance
wash, or being treated to full protection and restoration works, our range of services
can cover your requirements. See our website or contact us for more details.

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Carpet Rugs Wood
Laminate Vinyl
Carpet Tiles
Luxury Vinyl Tiles
Commercial Flooring

Visit our new Karndean flooring showroom

01202 524052
39/41 Charminster Avenue, Bournemouth. BH9 1RR

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01202 530 500

922 Wimborne Road

Eye Examinations RCoInowcnloatranpcdotRrLaoetbinnesgertss
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Free Hearing Healthcare Service

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Indiecisive win Sound Storm
Battle of the Bands

Phone us ‘The Bourne The Bourne Academy is delighted to
today on Academy is a announce that student band ‘Indiecisive’
1202 528554 won the Sound Storm Battle of the bands
or a tour of GOOD recently. The final of the ‘Bandstorm’
he Academy. school.’ competition took place at Canvas
Ofsted 2014 Bournemouth on 18th April and was sold
Head of Visual and Performing Arts, David
Mastrocola was delighted, he said
‘They were up against two excellent bands
from Swanage and Harewood College,
Indiecisive performed brilliantly’.

The band won a cash prize and secured a day’s recording session at Absolute Music
and some coaching from music industry experts. In addition, the win secured some
additional funding for The Bourne Academy music department.

For further information, please contact:
Miss Gemma Holden, Marketing and Communications Coordinator,

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and began hassling him about where he got it. He told them to go way and let him get

some sleep, but they persisted until he finally gave in. “OK, follow me,” he said and flew

out of the cave with hundreds of bats behind him. Through a valley they went, over a
river, into a forest. Finally he slowed down and all the other bats excitedly milled around

him. “Now, do you see that old stone tower in the clearing there?” he asked. “Yes, Yes,

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Two men were on a bear hunt. Jack said he wanted to get the cabin set up for later Sam,

impatient to get going, went out looking for a bear. He soon found a huge bear, shot at

it but only wounded it. The enraged bear charged toward him, he dropped his rifle and
started running for the cabin as fast as he could. He ran pretty fast but the bear was just a
little faster and gained on him with every step. Just as he reached the open cabin door, he
tripped and fell flat. Too close behind to stop, the bear tripped over him and went rolling
into the cabin. Sam jumped up, closed the cabin door and yelled to his friend inside,
“You skin this one while I go and get another one!”

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Still & Bedford Optometrists

We believe in a different approach to optics, focused
on ethics, honesty and integrity. Each member of
staff does their best to make your experience in
practice as informed and comfortable as possible.

We have provided excellence in optical care for 70
years, a foundation built on our patient’s trust in us.

Douglas Still opened the practice originally in 1948, in Draycott Road, moving to Highfield
Road in 1951. D C Still was well published, articles devoted to clinical excellence, and sat on
the British and European Standards Committee. Mr Still fully retired in 1990.

Jonathan Bedford joined the practice in 1980 and, with his wife Katharine (both optometrists,
having qualified together), purchased the business in 1982. For many years Jonathan served
on the Dorset Local Optical Committee, being involved with setting up some of the country’s
first schemes such as Diabetic Eye Screening, Glaucoma Monitoring and Low Vision Services.

Optometrist Barry Hanna has been with the practice team for 4 years and dispensing optician
Daniel Plant joined the team just over a year ago, following the retirement of Alan Estherby
after 29 years.

Both NHS and private services are provided, with frames and lenses hand selected for the
individual patient. Should you have any questions please call the practice, or pop in to meet
the team, we will be happy to assist.

Still & Bedford Optometrists

56 Highfield Road, Ensbury Park, BH9 2SG.
01202 529414.

The Moordown Traders Association meet monthly between 6pm-8pm
upstairs at the Moordown Conservative Club in Balfour Road.
All Moordown traders & businesses are welcome.
Next meeting dates are:

Tuesday 19th June / Tuesday 17th July

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For less able clients we now display easy
access shower options, wet floor solutions,
high line toilets, shower seats, grab rails,
wet wall shower panels and more.

1D Cardigan Road, Winton
Bournemouth. BH9 1BJ

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Travel Feature -
Times Are Changing ...
By Mags Addison

How many times have we heard that? Never has this been so obvious
than in the world of travel. Times are changing so quickly it’s hard to
catch up – or keep up! In the 21 years I’ve been in the industry, it’s
changed completely. From manual records to computers. From landlines to
mobiles. From High Street Agencies to Homeworking, and of course – the
Internet. It doesn’t make it more secure, or even better, but it’s the way life
is progressing.

Data Protection Laws are one recent change, and comes into force any
day now. It’s a sign of modern times that we all need protection in our daily cyber life. I’ve just done
the training on it for our clients, to be aware.

Years ago, when the first E-tickets came out, I was on a short work trip to Singapore hosted by the
tourist board, and my confirmation letter instructed me to present myself at the check-in desk at
Heathrow. Where is the paper flight ticket I thought? Do I collect it at the airport? I can’t possibly
travel all the way to Singapore based on a paragraph in a letter. Paperless it was because it was
Electronic. These days you can check in using your phone, the flight reference, or even your passport.
How the world has moved on from those early days.

We now have a war on plastic – and that is filtering into the world of travel. One cruise line is paving
the way, and banning all plastic from their ships. So, look out for more of this on other cruise ships, and
maybe airlines and hotels. In future, will we be asked to bring our own refillable flasks everywhere?

The world of Apps has taken over in the last 18 months. We are now asked to download all manner of
services to make life easier. And travel is no exception there. Again, a wonder service – if you want to
be part of it.

And paperless again - cruise ships and tour operators have sent out electronic travel documents
for years – it’s all on the internet, or email. Does it save the planet? Or is it more economical for
companies in these days of rising costs, postage etc. I tend to print and post my clients travel
documents. It’s called giving a service, and is welcomed by most of my clients.

Scheduled flights have changed. Once everything was all included in the ticket. Now economy seats are
becoming tiered, with added extras. I love it when they say – helping you make choices! Meanwhile
low-cost airlines also recently changed their rules around hand baggage, and let’s face it most people
travel with cabin baggage to save costs. Maybe it’s a loss of revenue for the airlines – hence the
tightening up, and paying extra. Some airlines penalize you for not doing online check-in beforehand,
check-in at the airport and you’ll incur extra charges.

So many changes recently; data protection, outlawing of credit card
charges, now taking card details over the phone is being tightened up.
All there to protect the consumer, but a nightmare often for the agent to
keep abreast of the changing laws within the travel industry.

Keeping up with the times. We all need to do that. And a good travel
agent will be ahead of you – pathing the way. So, you can concentrate
on your holiday, not the changes around it.

Beach holidays, City breaks, Honeymoons, Weddings abroad, Adventure holidays, Ski,
Cruise, Tailormade trips, Flight only, Car hire, Airport hotels and parking and much more...

Contact Travel Counsellor

Mags Addison

018240520598017389102 Travel Counsellors ensures complete
financial protection on every booking
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144 Richmond Park Road
Bournemouth, BH8 8TW
Are you struggling with the costs of private vet care?
We offer affordable veterinary services for your pets

Consultations £16 Boosters from £22
Neutering from £32 for cats, £55 for dogs
You could be eligible if:

• Your household has a low income
• You are a pensioner
• You receive means tested benefits
For more information on how to register
Please call the clinic on 01202 526520
Monday – Friday 9.30am – 4pm

Registered Charity No. 205126

Experienced, Honest and Reliable Multi-Skilled Handyman

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 Carpentry  Decking
 Plumbing  Patios
 Plastering  Gardening
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 Painting and Decorating

Available for full or half day hire to catch up with all the little jobs you have
been meaning to do.

Phone David McDonald for free no obligation quote 07951738446 or e mail
[email protected]

Numerous references available.

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Every Wednesday
2.00 – 4.00pm


The Triangle, Bournemouth

For all who would like a chat
and to meet new friends.

Assisted by the Lions Club of Bournemouth

Contact The Elderly - Reserve Drivers Required

Once a month elderly people are taken out by a volunteer car driver for a
little ride and tea at volunteer host and hostesses home.

We need more volunteer host and hostesses who would be willing once a
year on a sunday afternoon to entertain up to six elderly people and two

car drivers for afternoon tea.
Also reserve car drives are needed for two Sunday afternoon a year

when the regulars cant come.
If any elderly people would like to go on our reserve list for just an

occasional outing to start with and they do not have family in the area please contact
Carolyn Dennis 01202 424482

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blank… I have no words to describe how angry I am.

My grandpa warned people the Titanic would sink… No one listened, but he kept warning them
until they got sick of him and kicked him out of the cinema.

I met some chess players in the hotel lobby. They were bragging about how good they were…
It was chess nuts boasting in an open foyer.

My mate started a band called 999 megabytes… He still hasn’t gotten a gig.

I invited my girlfriend to a session at the gym with me and then didn’t show up…
I hope she gets the message that we’re not working out.

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Male Voice Choir

”Bourne2Sing” Choir are seeking Tenor singers.

For more information please contact our Musical Director via e-mail:
[email protected]

The Choir sings at a variety of local venues for Charities and Good Causes and since it’s inception
on the 4th February 2013 has raised in excess of £19,000. Our ethos is to have fun from music
by singing tunes that are familiar and pleasing for our audiences.
”Bourne2Sing” has grown hugely in popularity and our success can be gauged from the
continued number of repeat bookings that we receive.
Performances are given in two segments and presented by a Compere
with a Guest Artiste solo spot in each half of the Concert.

Future Concerts are:
2nd June: Crane Valley Golf Club, BH31 7LH
In Aid Of Fund Raising For “New Forest & District Sailability” (Return Visit)
14th July: St Peter & St Paul’s Church, Ringwood BH24 1AW
In Aid Of Fund Raising For The Church (Return Visit)
21st September: St Mark’s Church, Highcliffe BH23 5AB
In Aid Of Fund Raising For “The Friends Of St Mark’s”
13th October: St John’s Church, Broadstone BH18 8AR
In Aid Of Fund Raising For The Church
17th November: Lady St Mary Church, Wareham BH20 4ND
In Aid Of Fund Raising For “The Mayor Of Wareham’s Charity”
(All Performances commence 7.30pm)

The police just pulled me over, and the officer came up to my window and said “papers?”
I said “scissors, I win!” and drove off.

He’s been chasing me for 15 minutes now, I think he wants a rematch.

I bought shoes from a drug dealer once… I’m not sure what he laced them with,
but I was tripping all day.

I just found out my friend has a secret life as a priest… It’s his altar ego

My friend likes a bit of cannabis now and then, the other day he used my daily planner to roll up
a joint… He’s now high on my list of priorities.

Imagine if Americans switched from pounds to kilograms overnight…
There would be mass confusion!

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Take care of your feet... Wearing sandals

Summer is here and we have cast off our winter shoes
and are into sandals again. Will last years sandals do
another season or do they look rather tired and worn?
Perhaps a trip to buy some new cool sandals is in order.
Choose a shoe shop that has trained staff who
understand shoe fitting to get the correct style and size
for your feet. Remember not to wear them out f the
shop, but to take them home and wear them indoors to
ensure they are comfortable and a good fit. Most stores
will allow you to exchange footwear if it has only been
worn indoors, but it is best to always check when purchasing.

The style of sandals is obviously a personal choice, but there
are features that can make a difference. If they are to be worn
for long periods then they should have a closed in back to
prevent calluses forming, and splits in the heels which can
be very painful.
The worst style for your feet is the wooden soled sandal that
only has a strap across the fore foot to keep it on, and the
wearer has to ‘claw’ their toes to keep them on.

The golden mule is the more closed in type of sandal, giving more support to your feet
which means at the end of the day you are less likely to have tired, aching feet. Sandals
provide ventilation helping to reduce perspiration and odour and make the feet feel more

Cotton socks, which are more absorbent than man-made materials, make all footwear
more comfortable by reducing rubbing and friction. Thank goodness wearing ‘trainer’
socks in sandals is not such a taboo anymore.

Foot Facts.
1. Each foot produces on average an egg cup full of
perspiration every day
2. 70% of foot problems are a direct result of ill fitting shoes
3. Leonardo da Vinci was absolutely spot on when he

described the foot as a masterpiece of engineering.


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meat, cheese or on its own. Needless to say, I’m ex-static.


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I am actually the Norse god of mischief but I don’t like to talk about it.

I guess you could say I’m low-key

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Hi everyone my name is Shogun and I’m an 8 yr old Staffie and I’m looking
for my forever home. I am a lively playful boy who loves everyones. I’m very
well behaved and love to be with people. I am the opposite of the bad press
that Staffies get. Im more likely to lick you than nip. I love other dogs and
can be a bit of a clown.. So if you feel you are the right family for me please
contact us on the number below.

For more information on Shogun or any of the other animals in our care please contact
us on 01202 87500, e-mail: [email protected]
or visit our website

Waggy Tails Rescue is a registered charity in Dorset;
We rescue and rehome dogs that have been abandoned, neglected or otherwise in need

of a new home. We also find homes for other small furries that may be in our care.
To find out more contact us on the number above or send donations or letters to:

Waggy Tails Rescue, Helens House,
143 Magna Rd, Canford Magna
Wimborne, BH21 3AW


How hot is too hot to walk a dog on a pavement?

Dogs can suffer burns to their paws on days most people wouldn’t consider searingly hot.
If the outside temperature is a pleasant 25C (77F), there’s little wind and humidity is low,
asphalt and tarmac can reach a staggering 52C (125F).
This can rise to 62C (143F) when the mercury hits 31C (87F).
It’s worth bearing in mind that an egg can fry in five minutes at 55C (131F) while skin
destruction can occur in just one minute at 52C (125F).

The reason pavements get so hot is they soak up heat all day and then retain that heat.
“A simple test is to take your own shoes off and stand on
the path. If you are unable to keep your feet on the path for
five seconds, then it is not safe to walk your dog.
Walking dogs during hot summer temperatures can lead to
heatstroke, which can be fatal.
The easy way to protect your dog is to walk early mornings
and evenings. If you have to walk during the day try to keep
to grass. Make sure you take water with you not only to
drink but to cool off your dogs paws if the worst happens.

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There is no beating the taste of truly fresh
fruit and veg especially, when it’s yours!

June / July - Gardeners Tips

From June onwards you should keep on top of watering. Your garden and vegetable plot should be
flowering or some providing delicious early fruit. It is at this time of year we start to get concerned about
watering. This is especially true for containers, hanging baskets and anything you have recently planted.
Almost all plants that fail in their first year do so as a result of poor watering. This is best done with
collected rain water following a warm dry even windy spell. Open up the soil to a depth of 3-5 cm (1–2”)
if it is wet, leave well alone. If the soil is dry do not just sprinkle water around, each plant should receive
a thorough soaking to get the water down into the root system. It is better to give a lot at long intervals
rather than a drip frequently.
Do remember that container grown plants dry out quicker than those in the ground. Also any hanging
baskets should be watered most regularly of all as when they dry out they lose their ability to retain the
water you are giving. Remember also to give a little extra feed from time to time during this period.

You may have lost hedging plants from last season. Whilst it is too late for bare rooted plants. The gaps
left can be filled by using container grown replacements such as Laurel, Hornbeam, Privet and Beech. If
growing in containers, now is a good time to plant Box, Yew and perhaps a pair of Bay trees you can clip
in coming years to form Pom Pom shapes.

In July just when everything is looking so lush, it seems like you should be sitting
back and looking at it. But no, there is loads to do.
Firstly put a note in your diary for Saturday 28th. July for the North Bournemouth

Allotments Summer Show. Cornelia Road (off Priestly Road) Wallisdown.
Gates open 11:00 and close at 3:00p.m.

There are exhibits of flowers & produce, BBQ, Ploughman’s lunches, cakes,
teas & coffees, raffles and stalls and hopefully steam traction engine rides.

So, here are some useful tips for July.
1. Depending on the weather and how early you planted your Potatoes,
your salad varieties may be ready to harvest. Before you dig them up the
plants must have flowered first. If you gently scrape some soil from around
the plant you will find some tubers, if they are too small or too few just
cover them up for a couple of weeks. Only if the weather has been drought
like your potatoes might benefit from a good watering to swell the tubers.

2. Keep picking your Sweet Peas, Runner, French beans and Peas whilst
at their best, young and tender. All beans and peas freeze easily. You should
blanch them first in boiling water for a couple of minutes, then plunge them into ice cold water before
gently drying them with a kitchen towel before freezing, this locks in the colour, flavour and vitamins.

3. If you are growing Tomatoes, they do need a lot of care at this time. To enjoy them at their best you
should do the following. Any shoots that appear on the side of the stem should be pricked out. Remove
lower hanging leaves to provide light. When the flowers occur that is the time to start feeding. Once you
have 4 or so trusses of fruit you should pinch out the top of the plant so as to provide more nutrients to
the ones you have. Regular watering is better than a lot infrequently to avoid splitting fruit skins. Good
plant support will be needed but be careful not to strangle your plants by being overzealous.
The list could go on but alas I cannot. Enjoy your growing and please try to get to our Summer Show.

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