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The Local Eye - Issue 135 - January 2017

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Welcome to the fi rst issue of 2017


I hope you all had a great Christmas and are looking forward to the
New Year ahead.
Last year was pretty eventful, with Britain leaving the EU and what
surely must have been one of the biggest political circus events ever
to occur in America. Th is time last year would you have predicted
who their new President would be, or our own Prime Minister for that
matter!

I would like to take this opportunity to say a very big thank you to all
the businesses that continue to support this magazine and to all of you,
the readers, who, by making good use of the services provided,
make this publication what it is.
Now moving into its 12th year, it would not be possible without you all.

Th 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,
Muscliff e & Strouden Park districts.
If you would still like to obtain a copy when it is not your regular month,
copies are available at Th e Bournemouth Life Centre in Moordown,
Mike Stokes Tyres and Johns Fish & Chips in Moordown,
AH Parfi tt - Chiropodist/Podiatrist and Th e Hungry Wolf Cafe in
Winton, Charminster & Winton libraries, Moordown Community
Centre, several laundrettes in Charminster, Moordown & Winton
as well as Th e Richmond Park Bowls Club in Charminster and the
Bournemouth Indoor Bowling Club, Kings Park.
(If you’d like to be included in one of these locations please do contact
me, all details are below)

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.

08000 430485 / 01202 255485 / 07801 474788
email [email protected]
www.thelocaleye.com

Until next month..
Chris




Every eff ort 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 offi cially 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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January History Spotlights...


Queen Victoria - 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901)

Victoria was the daughter of Edward, the Duke of Kent and Princess
Victoria of Saxe-Coburg. She was born in Kensington Palace in London
on May 24th, 1819. The princess was named Alexandrina, after Emperor
Alexander I of Russia, and Victoria after her mother.
At the time of her birth, her grandfather, George III, was on the throne,
but his three eldest sons, the Prince Regent (later George IV), the Duke
of York, and the Duke of Clarence (later William IV), had no surviving
legitimate children. Victoria later described her childhood as “rather
melancholy.” Victoria’s mother was extremely protective of the princess,
who was raised in near isolation under the so called “Kensington System”, an elaborate set of
rules and protocols devised by The Duchess and her supposed lover, Sir John Conroy, to prevent
the princess from ever meeting people they deemed undesirable and to render her weak and
utterly dependent upon them. She was not allowed to interact with other children. Her main
companion was her King Charles spaniel, Dash, and she was required to share a bedroom
with her mother every night until she became queen. As a teenager, Victoria resisted their
threats and rejected their attempts to make Conroy her personal secretary. Once queen, she
immediately banned Conroy from her quarters (though she could not remove him from her
mother’s household) and consigned her mother to a distant corner of the palace, often refusing
to see her.
On 20 June 1837, William IV died from heart failure at the age of 71, and Victoria became
Queen. Her coronation took place on 28 June 1838, and she became the first monarch to take up
residence at Buckingham Palace. Princess Victoria first met her future husband, a first cousin,
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, when she was just seventeen in 1836. On Feb 10th,
1840, only three years after taking the throne they married. Their relationship was one of great
love and admiration. Together they bore nine children - four sons and five daughters: Victoria,
Bertie, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, and Beatrice.
Victoria and Albert had 42 grandchildren and their current descendants
number into the hundreds. As of 2009, the European monarchs and former
monarchs descended from Victoria are: Queen Elizabeth II (as well as her
husband), King Harald V of Norway, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden,
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, King Juan Carlos I of Spain (as well as his
wife), and the deposed kings Constantine II of Greece (as well as his wife)
and Michael of Romania. The pretenders to the thrones of Serbia, Russia,
Prussia and Germany, Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Hanover, Hesse, Baden
and France (Legitimist) are also descendants. An impressive family tree!
Birthdays This Month Include...
Alan Alda
Mel Gibson Dolly Parton 28th January 1936
3rd January 1956 19th January 1946




Jimmy Page Emma Bunton Vanessa Redgrave
9th January 1944 21st January 1976 30th January 1937
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SUDOKU


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

Simples!
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)

Did you know... Sudoku stands for “suji wa dokushin ni kagiru”
meaning “only single numbers allowed”



Ten Indications of a New Year Hangover
1. You are convinced that the dawn chorus is the work of Satan’s Demons
2. Trying to gain control of the situation, you continue to tell your room to
“Stay still.”
3. Looking at yourself in the mirror induces the same reaction as drinking a
glass of fresh paint.
4. The bathroom reminds you of the fairground cry, “Step right up, Step right
up and give it whirl!”
5. You’d rather chew a pack of razor-blades than be exposed to sunlight.
6. You set aside an entire afternoon to spend some quality time with
your toilet.
7. You replace the traditional praying on your knees with the more feasible
praying in a fetal position.
8. Your catch phrase is, “Never again.”
9. You could purchase a new fridge on the proceeds from recycling the bottles
piled up by the back door.
10. Your new response to “Good morning,” is “Go away.... quietly!”

God, grant me the senility to forget the people I never liked anyway,
The good fortune to run into the ones that I do,
And the eyesight to tell the difference.
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New Year Resolutions... Will you keep yours?


1: Lose Weight & Get Fit.
It’s one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. Each January
fitness clubs offer deals and promotions to those who want to make
good on their resolutions. To those who have been at the gym for
the other 11 months of the year, the crowded classes and treadmill
lines make the New Year a dreaded time. However, 60% of gym
memberships go unused and attendance is usually back to normal
by mid-February. Why is that? Simple: people are lazy.

2: Quit Smoking
So you want to quit smoking? It yellows your teeth, infiltrates all your clothing, irritates your
significant other and charms only those in an ever dwindling crowd of fellow smokers. So what
better time than now? Good luck. Only an estimated 15% of people who try to quit manage to
stay cigarette-free six months later.

3: Learn Something New
You’ve been meaning to learn French. You’d love to play the piano. How great would it be to
really know how to cook? You’ll read Mastering the Art of French Cooking, and, man, you’ll
master it. You can even work on your French at the same time! Resolving to learn something
new is exciting. At least, for a while. Soon you remember there’s a reason you haven’t learned
all this yet. French is too hard to pronounce. Ordering out is just so much easier than cooking.
You’ll do it ... when you have more time.

4: Get Out Of Debt & Save Money
After a particularly trying financial year (and the always budget-unfriendly month of
December), the regular January vow is to manage incomemore effectively. Financial planners
advise making specific budget-friendly rules, rather than setting unrealistic and often
unattainable goals. If you’re lucky enough to make it out of debt, the next step is tucking some
money away for retirement or a rainy day. But, on the other hand, that new Tablet is in the
sales, a real bargain now and what about a new wardrobe for spring?
Hmm. Maybe I’ll save money next year.


5: Drink Less
After the morning of 1st January, it’s not surprising you
probably wish you drank less. The question is whether that
resolve will last for the other 364 days of the year. Drinking less
is undoubtedly good for you: it’s better for your health, your
wallet and probably your reputation. Then why do we keep
on boozing? Folk more learned than we may point to modern
science for definitive answers, but we prefer those Greco-
Roman ancients who proclaimed “In vino veritas” — “In wine
(and whiskey, vodka, gin and beer), there is truth.”
They said it, not us.

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Into 2017...

By Mags Addison
Each year, once Christmas day is over, the media is full of holiday
advertising. Television, newspapers, magazines, social media – in a flash we
are plunged from a pre-Christmas frenzy into dreaming and planning our
2017 holiday break. Traditionally, January is the busy booking season for
holidays. It’s why in the High Street we were rarely allowed annual leave
in January, worked longer hours, took shorter lunchbreaks, and sometimes
missed our day off.
Working in my own office with Travel Counsellors, I have my own client base
locally and around the country. New clients come through referrals from my existing ones, from networking,
or just giving out my business card. And because we deal with everyone on a more personal basis, our busy
periods are spread; my clients are ahead of the game and contact me early. If it can’t be booked now, it
stays on my desk until it can.
Unlike the quieter High Street in the lead up to Christmas, my December was busy, as my clients were
already looking ahead to 2017. So, what do I have on my desk? Currently as I write, it’s the usual mixed
bag of enquires:
There’s an Eastern Caribbean cruise on Britannia departing in January for a Liverpool client wanting a
single cabin, and a holiday of a lifetime; His colleague has already booked Thailand for a month with me,
departing over the New Year. Meanwhile, a young relative is looking at a California birthday surprise trip
for her boyfriend for next July.
I have a hen weekend enquiry in Dublin for a large group of girls from Nottingham – this kind of group
break is always hampered by a low budget, and getting them all to commit. I also have the stag weekend
from the same wedding looking at Munich, on an even lower budget. Meanwhile, I’ve already booked
the bride and groom’s honeymoon some months ago – they are going to Sandals in Barbados. And the
background to these groups and the wedding? I booked both the groom and best man on another stag
weekend about three years ago. That was to Prague, and they’ve stayed in touch and booked other trips
with me individually Have your
Then I have another recently returned honeymoon couple from the North East, who have already started cushions
looking at their first anniversary trip for next October, this time a two centre to New York and Las Vegas.
They have just booked a short break with in-laws to a beautiful hotel in Palma, Majorca early next May. lost their
This is a surprise 60th birthday trip. His boss, who he referred to me, has recently booked Route 66 for
next year. Oomph?
A regular group of ladies who live in Leeds, are looking for a girls short
sunshine break in late June. They go away every year, and have celebrated
special birthdays during these trips, and a recovery to health from one of
their group. I have a Weymouth couple who have just added a side trip
onto their Australia trip I booked for them departing beginning of February.
So what will 2017 bring onto my desk? Well, I’d say it’s already started,
and I can be sure it will be varied.
Happy New Year to everyone – and happy travelling.


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Cruise, Tailormade trips, Flight only, Car hire, Airport hotels and parking and much more...
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Stephens

Carpentry & Building

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Fitted Wardrobes Renovations
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Tel: 01202 525 445 Mob: 07921 525 424
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My daughter bought me a week of personal training at the local health club.
Although I am still in great shape for ahem.. 46, I decided it would be a good idea to
give it a try. I called the club and booked in with a personal trainer named Belinda, a
22-year-old aerobics instructor and swim wear model. She encouraged me to keep a
diary to chart my progress, so here it is.
MONDAY: It was tough to get out of bed but when I arrived at the health club at
6.30am Belinda was just finishing her first aerobics class of the day. She’s something
of a Greek goddess - blonde hair, dancing eyes and a dazzling white smile. Belinda
gave me a tour and showed me the machines. She was encouraging as I did my sit-ups,
although my gut was already aching from holding it in the whole time she was around. I
am so pleased my daughter thought of this!
TUESDAY: I drank a whole pot of coffee, but I finally made it out the door. Belinda
made me lie on my back and push a heavy iron bar into the air then she put weights
on it! My legs were a little wobbly on the treadmill, but I made the full mile. Belinda’s
rewarding smile made it all worthwhile.
WEDNESDAY: The only way I can brush my teeth is by laying the toothbrush on the
side and moving my mouth back and forth over it. I believe I have a hernia in both
pectorals. Driving was ok as long as I didn’t try to steer or stop. Belinda was impatient
with me, insisting that my screams bothered other club members. Her voice is a little
too perky for early in the morning and when she scolds, she gets this nasally whine that
is VERY annoying. My chest hurt when I got on the treadmill, so Belinda put me on the
stair monster, I mean master. Why the Hell would anyone invent a machine to simulate
an activity rendered obsolete by lifts & escalators? Belinda told me it would help me
get in shape and enjoy life. She said some other nonsense too.
THURSDAY:
Belinda was waiting for me with her vampire-like teeth exposed as her thin, cruel lips
were pulled back in a full snarl. I couldn’t help being a half an hour late; it took me that
long to tie my shoes.
Belinda took me to work out with dumbbells. When she was not looking, I ran and hid
in the restroom. She sent another skinny bimbo to find me. Then, as punishment, she
put me on the rowing machine so I sank it!
FRIDAY:
I hate that @*$!* Belinda, more than any human being has ever hated any other human
being or thing in the history of the world. Stupid, skinny, anaemic, anorexic little tart.
If there was a part of my body I could move without unbearable pain, I would beat her
with it.
Belinda wanted me to work on my triceps. I don’t have any triceps! And if she doesn’t
want dents in the floor, don’t hand me the damned barbells or anything that weighs
more than a sandwich. The treadmill flung me off and I landed on a health and
nutrition teacher. Why couldn’t it have been someone softer, like the drama coach or
the choir director?
SATURDAY:
Belinda left a message on my answering machine in her grating, shrilly voice
wondering why I didn’t show up today. Just hearing her made me want to smash the
machine with a hammer, however, I lacked the strength to even use the TV remote and
ended up watching eleven straight hours of CeeBeebies, which was about my level by
then anyway.
SUNDAY:
I’m having the Church community bus pick me up for services today so I can go and
thank GOD that this week is over. I will also pray that next year my ‘darling’ daughter
will choose a gift for me that is fun -- like a root canal or a hysterectomy. I still say if
God had wanted me to bend over, he would have sprinkled the floor with diamonds!!!

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Numerous references available.
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Gales solicitors is a long established Bournemouth fi rm providing legal advice and
representation to the public since 1948. Over the years we have worked out of Charminster
and Winton and are currently located in Winton. We are an active part of the local
community taking part in local traders groups and events such as the Winton carnival and
the Kinson donkey derby. This year we were also proud to contribute to the Winton in
Bloom fund which helped brighten up Winton high street.

Over the years we have prided ourselves on off ering a service which is both professional
and friendly. We have built up a large client base of satisfi ed and loyal customers. Many of
our clients have used the fi rm for years and in some cases we are now acting for a second
or even third generation. Whether someone is a long established customer or a brand new
client our aim is to ensure that our customers always want more.

As part of this we have maintained a broad range of services with experts in several
specialisms. This means that we are able to provide most of our clients with a complete
service under one roof. This ensures that we are aware of the wider circumstances of the
case and can pick up issues which might otherwise be missed. It can also help keep the cost
down.

We know that the legal world is changing and as part of that we have introduced new case
management software to improve our service for people moving house. However, we also
know that our clients want a personal service from an experienced professional. For this
reason we continue to ensure that every case is managed by one key person so that you
know who is handling your case rather than having to speak to an anonymous assistant in a
large team.

We also know what it is like to be fobbed off with jargon and we pride ourselves on giving
advice in straightforward English. Whether verbally or in writing we like to keep it clear
and simple.
Whether you have a simple problem or a complex case we can help. If you are looking for
representation in lengthy court proceedings, for help in making a will or house purchase or
just quick advice on your legal rights while you consider what to do we can help.

Give us a call to see how we can help solve your legal puzzles.





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Get your business off to
the best start in 2017 with
Reliable & Local
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For more information on
rates and advertising in
this magazine
please contact ...

01202 255485
08000 430485
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The Moordown Traders Association are an enthusiastic group of business
owners from the Moordown community who have come together to promote
local trade and raise the profi le of Moordown as a shopping and business
destination, to support local traders and enhance local businesses.
We meet regularly, work voluntarily and liaise closely with the Bournemouth
Chamber of Trade & Commerce (BCTC), Bournemouth Council, elected
Members and local media to ensure that the Moordown trading district is
represented in a positive light.

The Moordown Traders Association meet monthly between 6pm-8pm
upstairs at the Moordown Conservative Club in Balfour Road.
All Moordown traders & businesses are welcome.
Come along, air your views and meet other local business people.
Drinks available at the bar and sandwiches are provided for the peckish.
Next meeting date is:
Tuesday 17th January / Tuesday 14th February
For more information visit: www.more2moordown.com

An Army Major needed to use the pay phone but he did not have the 20p necessary.
He saw a private cleaning the fl oor and demanded of him,
“Soldier, do you have change for a pound?”
Th e private replied, “Yup, I think so’”
Th e Major gave him a an icy stare and erupted, “Th at’s no way to speak to a superior
offi cer. We’ll do that again. Soldier, do you have change for a pound?”
Th e private came smartly to attention and replied, , “SIR! NO SIR!”
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R.J.Hull & Company
R.J.Hull & Company R.J.Hull & Company


Certified Practising Accountants Accountants
Accountants
Accountants
312 Charminster Road, Tel: 533370
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Brain Power


1: Maria has three sisters, and all four are mums. Her sister Karen, the eldest, has
two nephews and three nieces. Her second sister Julie has one nephew and three
nieces. Finally, her youngest sister Becky has one nephew and fi ve nieces.
Maria herself has one daughter. How many nephews and nieces does Maria have?

2: At the wedding reception, there are fi ve guests, Colin, Emily, Kate, Fred, and
Irene, who are not sure where to sit at the dinner table. They ask the bride’s
mother, who responds, “As I remember, Colin is not next to Kate, Emily is not
next to Fred or Kate. Neither Kate or Emily are next to Irene and Fred should sit
on Irene’s left.” As you look at them from the opposite side of the table, can you
correctly seat the guests from left to right?


3: Carlo was watching television. Just after the midnight news there was a weather
forecast: “It is raining now and will rain for the next two days. However, the good
news is in 72 hours it will be bright and sunny.”
“Wrong again,” snorted Carlo. He was correct, but how did he know?

4: IF : 7 + 7 = 2, 8 + 8 = 4, 8 + 5 = 1, 6 + 9 = 3, 10 + 11 = 9
Then what does 4 + 9 = ?

5: At Bournemouth University there were four guys about to take an end of year
5: At Bournemouth University there were four guys about to take an end of year
exam. They had done well throughout the year and were looking good for at least
exam. They had done well throughout the year and were looking good for at least
‘A’ grades. Feeling so confi dent the weekend before the fi nal paper, they decided
‘A’ grades. Feeling so confi dent the weekend before the fi nal paper, they decided
to go up to Southampton to party with some friends. They had a great time, too
to go up to Southampton to party with some friends. They had a great time, too
great in fact, and after all the partying, they overslept on the Monday morning and
great in fact, and after all the partying, they overslept on the Monday morning and
missed the exam.
missed the exam.
They decided to fi nd their senior lecturer and explain why they had missed it. They
They decided to fi nd their senior lecturer and explain why they had missed it. They
confessed that they had gone to Southampton for the weekend with the plan to
confessed that they had gone to Southampton for the weekend with the plan to
leave early Monday morning come to back to study, but, unfortunately, they had
leave early Monday morning come to back to study, but, unfortunately, they had
had a fl at tire on the way back, hadn’t got a spare, and hadn’t been able to get help
had a fl at tire on the way back, hadn’t got a spare, and hadn’t been able to get help
for a long time. As a result, they had missed the exam.
for a long time. As a result, they had missed the exam.
The lecturer thought it over and then agreed that they could make up the fi nal the
The lecturer thought it over and then agreed that they could make up the fi nal the
following day. The guys were elated and relieved. They studied hard that night and
following day. The guys were elated and relieved. They studied hard that night and
went in the next day at the appointed time.
went in the next day at the appointed time.
The lecturer placed the four friends in separate rooms, handed each of them a test
The lecturer placed the four friends in separate rooms, handed each of them a test
paper, and told them to begin.
paper, and told them to begin.
They looked at the fi rst problem, worth 5 points. It was something simple they had
They looked at the fi rst problem, worth 5 points. It was something simple they had
covered early in the year. “No worries”, thought each one in his separate room,
covered early in the year. “No worries”, thought each one in his separate room,
“This is going to be easy.” Each fi nished the problem and then turned the page.
“This is going to be easy.” Each fi nished the problem and then turned the page.
On the second page was written: “For 95 points answer this question.....”
On the second page was written: “For 95 points answer this question.....”
The fi nal question proved the professor knew the students were lying, resulting in
The fi nal question proved the professor knew the students were lying, resulting in
failed grades.
failed grades.
What was the question?
What was the question? Answers on page 44
Answers on page 44
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Derek J.Rolls



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ASK THE AGENT...

Q: Is there any point putting my home on the market before Christmas, or should I wait
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A: As a general rule, there is nothing to be gained by waiting before putting your
home on the market. Assuming that you are looking to sell in order to buy somewhere
else, the swings and roundabouts principle always applies – whatever the state of the
market.

That said, Christmas is the one real exception. Quite frankly, there is no point rushing
to market too close to the start of the festive season. At that time, just about everybody
has other things on their minds than looking at properties – properties which, with
even the best will in the world, they won’t be able to move into before the New Year.

However…far from just sitting on your hands until the turkey carcass finally bites the
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fact, this is just plain common sense – but it’s particularly true in the current climate.
However buoyant the market is, you need to take advantage of anything that could give
you even the slightest edge.

The key thing, of course, is to do your research, select your estate agent carefully and
instruct them. Most agents are going to have quite a lot of time to spare over the two
or three weeks leading up to Christmas, so your chosen firm should be perfectly able
to get everything ready for a New Year marketing blitz – from commissioning your
Energy Performance Certificate, taking good-quality photographs and preparing
marketing materials, to advising you on any little things you can do to improve the
buyer-appeal of your home.

The net result of all this is that you will be ideally placed to take the fullest possible
advantage of the increase in market activity which invariably follows the Christmas
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All in all then, a little preparation now -
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Best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year
from all at 854 Dental Health.

We will be 50 years old in September ’17 and would be really interested to see any old
photographs of the dental practice or hear any memories you may have – please contact us
with anything of interest on 01202 512967.
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Picture Box
A simple question of say what you see? Mount Pleasant
For example the fi rst one below is? Townswomens
GUESS Afternoon Guild

GUESS We meet in the Bradpole Road
‘Second Guess’ of course! Community Centre at 2pm on the 1st
Wednesday of every month for a social
afternoon, when we have diff erent
ENGLISH activities including a speaker, and we
welcome visitors who we hope may join us
and become members of TG.

Our other activities include Trampers
MATTER interest and end up with lunch), skittles,
& Eaters (when we visit nearby places of
a music afternoon (all sorts) and a Social
issue Studies afternoon when we reminisce and
ISSUE | discuss any current subjects of interest.
issue We are a happy group and look forward to
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(Answers on page 44) so why not come along and join us.
Redhill Townswomens Guild
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7pm every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month.

We have a wide range of speakers and diff erent social sections, choir,
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This friendly group of ladies always welcome visitors and new members
so come along for a chat.
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Charminster Afternoon Townswomens Guild

Trinity URC Hall, Sutton Road - 2pm Tuesday 24th January
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There is no beating the taste of truly fresh
fruit and veg especially, when it’s yours!
Gardening Tips for January
Let us look forward to a rewarding 2017. Without doubt January is the coldest month of winter, yet
there are things we can do. We can do some preparation jobs and look after our wildlife who are having
a harder time than we are at this time.
• Get out your hand tools and machinery, clean them up, sharpen and straighten. Do make sure any
petrol motors are lubricated and still operate.
• Clear up and open up any ground, collect any winter debris from your lawn also. This will allow
the frost to get in and kill off unwanted bugs.
• Keep house plant watering to a minimum.
• Ensure any small trees and bushes are well staked and tied to avoid damage from strong winter winds.
• Check any Dahlia tubers that they are not rotting and if so remove the damaged tubers.
• Winter wash any fruit trees. Prune Gooseberries, Currants, Apples and Pears.
• Enjoy your winter vegetables (Parsnips, Leeks, Brussells and Turnips) if you can dig them out.
• Look after the wildlife:
• Put out clean, fresh food regularly both hanging and on the ground. Do not leave old feed lying around
it brings in unwanted wildlife, and keep a fresh water supply for drinking at ground level.
• Plan you spring planting. Select which seeds you will want. I know it hurts to throw away seed but
fresh seed will always produce better crops.
If you live in Bournemouth and would like to grow your own fresh fruit and vegetables
whilst keeping fi t and healthy. Then come and see us at North Bournemouth Allotments in
Cornelia Road, Wallisdown. We are open every Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 12.00
noon and you will get a warm welcome from our very friendly group of volunteers.
We have Full Plots for under £40.00 per year. Half Plots for just over £20.00 per year. Just
call in and see us, we look forward to seeing you.
Gardening Tips for February
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• Learn to hoe seated, whilst not easy it is helpful. (cut the handle down to a
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Keep off the lawn if you can.
This the very last month you can successfully set Garlic. Sow Broad Beans, Onion sets, Peas, Parsnips,
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Get Fit For The New Year -

Now it is the time many of us start thinking of our
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ourselves at the dinner table with all the food and drink
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It is recommended that you do 30 - 60 minutes of
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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
anadventurethroughtimeandspace.com
If you are a regular reader you will know that my usual
adventures are based on Doctor Who however on this
special occasion I will be writing about a local Powerchair
Football team called The Wessex Warriors. Powerchair
Football is a competitive 4 player team sport for people
with physical disabilities who use power wheelchairs to
play football. The game is played indoors on a regulation
basketball court and is very fast-paced. Two teams
compete to score goals against one another.
Wessex Warriors are the first Powerchair Football Club
in Dorset and the team train at the Victoria Education
Centre in Poole. The team is open to both sexes and all
ages. Currently the team is made up of players between
the ages of 5 and 43 and their Team Captain is Liam Drummond. I was recently invited to a
training session to meet the team and experience zooming around in a Powerchair.

Each training session starts with a reminder of the team’s motto ‘Discipline and Respect’
then the players start their drills practicing the sport’s skills such as ball control and
accuracy. I got to watch the footballers then it was my chance to try out a Powerchair for
myself. It was very zippy!
First I practiced passing the ball with Liam, then I tried spinning the chair which increases
power behind the ball. You move the ball by hitting it with a bumper on the front of the
chair. The top speed of the chair is 6 miles per hour which is pretty fast in a small space.
The ball is 2-3 times bigger than a regular football. I wasn’t the only newbie trying out that
day, The Mayor of Poole, Councillor Xena Dion, had also come along to meet the team and
find out more about the sport so we had fun learning the basics together.
The team are progressing rapidly and represent Dorset in the South East Powerchair
Football League. There are over 700 players in the country and they have the opportunity
to ascend the ranks and play nationally and internationally - the next FIPFA World Cup
will be held in Florida in 2017 and 27 different
countries will compete. Powerchair Football could
even be a Paralympic Sport by 2020.
Thank you to the Wessex Warriors for letting me
come along and learn about this amazing sport, I
had a great time.

If you are interested in finding out more about
the team, or have a physical disability and would
like to play Powerchair Football, please visit their
website www.wessexwarriors.co.uk


Thank you for reading and I hope you will join me again for my next
Doctor Who adventure.
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“Caring for your feet in the winter”

As we enter the cold winter months, it’s
extremely important to keep ourselves warm.
To do this, we normally wear extra clothes and
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Chilblains usually occur several hours after exposure to the cold as
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