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The Local Eye - Issue 149 - March 2018

A monthly publication now into its 13th Anniversary, 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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149 Advertising For Local Businesses, Trades
and Community Information...
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01202 530 500

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multi disciplined roofing service for 25 years

Our services include:
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“I joined Nu Staff two years ago. I have never looked back,
during this time I have achieved my Diploma Level 3 in Health
and Social Care, been promoted to a Designated Keyworker
and more recently have become a Field Care Supervisor
responsible for 15 individuals living in their own homes, I also
support and mentor members of the team in delivering care
and support”.
“Nu Staff have helped to progress in my career and also
inspired me to train. I would recommend Nu Staff to my
friends as they support their staff, encourage on-going training
and development, truly value us and are a great company to
work for”.

Nu Staff are a local family run business, we provide care
and support in the community and are currently recruiting

for Bournemouth and Poole

We Provide:

01202 292870

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Welcome to the March issue of e Local Eye

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 BournemouthLife 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, Bournemouth Blind
Society & 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.

A big thank you to all the businesses and readers that make this
magazine the success it has been for over 13 years.

01202 255485 / 08000 430485
07801 474788

[email protected]

Many thanks for all your support,

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 profile 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 20th March / Tuesday 17th April
For more information visit:

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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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.

Before Christmas I went to Wells in the Mendips in
Somerset. Because we were in the area I decided to
take my TARDIS to Wells Cathedral as it is a Doctor
Who filming location. In October 2006 it was used to
act as Southwark Cathedral in the story ‘The Lazarus
Experiment’. In this episode the Tenth Doctor and his
companion Martha go there to confront the mutant
Lazarus and the Doctor uses the cathedral organ to help
stop him in his tracks.

Wells Cathedral is dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle, brother of Saint Peter and the
patron Saint of Scotland. The current building was started around 1180 and it was the first
English cathedral to be built in the Gothic style of architecture which started in France. It
was built on the site of a Saxon Church which was built in 705 AD.
When I visited preparations for the Christmas Services were in place and finishing touches
were being made to the flowers. It felt very tranquil inside. I was most impressed by the
great ceiling and the picturesque scissor arches which are not just there to be pretty - they
are useful! They stop the tower from collapsing because the foundations were not strong
enough to support it.

I saw the organ that the Doctor used to stop Lazarus. Wells Cathedral
is well known for its organ music and world famous Cathedral Choir.
There has been an organ on site since 1310 and one organ was
destroyed by Parliamentarians during the English Civil War. The organ
used today was built in 1857 and has been developed over the years.
It’s lucky the Doctor didn’t break it!
Wells is named after the natural springs that rise from the grounds
near the cathedral. It is often described as the smallest city in
England (there is even a sign there that says it!) however that is false
- it is second to the City of London. Doctor Who is not the only thing
to be filmed here - in the same year the “international blockbuster”
Hot Fuzz was filmed in Wells and there is a blue plaque outside The
Crown pub to commemorate it. Other things filmed there include Wolf
Hall, The Hollow Crown and Poldark.

I hope you have enjoyed reading about Wells. If you would like to
read about my other Doctor Who adventures please check out my
blog. Thank you and goodbye!

Tom Project Indigo --

When a car skidded on wet pavement and struck a telephone pole, several bystanders ran over
to help the driver. A woman was the first to reach the victim, but a man rushed in and pushed her

aside. “Step aside, lady,” he barked. “I’ve taken a course in first-aid!”
The woman watched for a few minutes, then tapped him on the shoulder. “Pardon me,” she said.

“But when you get to the part about calling a doctor, I’m right here.

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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 27th March

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 <> 2pm - Monday 19th March

(corner of Fitzharris Avenue/Charminster Road
This months topic - Unusual Perennials

Further details from Margaret Tel: 01202 512543


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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

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

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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

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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)

A man went to the psychiatrist who diagnosed him as a kleptomaniac.
The man replied, “Is there anything I can take for it?”

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Derek J.Rolls

Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

What defines a great estate agent?

For most people buying or selling a property isn’t a straightforward transaction
and we don’t mean practically but emotionally. It is by definition life-changing.

As decisions go, buying and selling your home is a BIG one and along with
every other big decision that we end up making in our lifetimes there will
inevitably be periods of deep reflection as well as periods of doubt;
Am I doing the right thing? Is now the right time? What if? What if…..

A good agent will know that it is these human emotions that sit at the heart of
the property industry. A great estate agent however will actively go looking for
these emotions and will subtly guide their clients from uncertain to certain.
Why then do lots of today’s marketing campaigns have us believe that it is
all about the numbers; commission, average time on market, price achieved,
number of stars on feedback sites, etc…?

Cold statistics have always been the weapon of choice for those larger agents
lacking personality, in an attempt to convince their public, their shareholders
and sometimes even themselves that they are performing well. Whilst these
indices are of course important they do not necessarily define greatness.

There are a lot of confused strategies out there at the moment but we suspect
what will eventually emerge will be a two tier industry consisting of the
price driven, automated DIY offerings at one end with the professional, skilled
and emotionally connected at the other. With this in mind, you must soon start
to decide in which direction you will travel.

Statistics will temporarily bump you up the comparison sites just as sure as
cheap fees will buy you market share but neither will make you a great agent
unless you understand and connect with your client emotionally. There is an
intangible magic to providing great service that has to be earned.
It can be difficult for the accountants to quantify but to those that have it, it is
the biggest asset they possess.

Our aim is to do that bit extra to ensure a trouble free
sale or purchase of your property
01202 525778

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Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

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Introducing Brain
Tumour Support

Brain Tumour Support seeks to ensure that no-one feels alone when facing a brain tumour
diagnosis. Their mission is to support patients, carers, friends and families by providing specialist
information, guidance and emotional support, for as long as it is needed.
The support offered is designed around each individual, so responds to what patients and
families have said they need. There are monthly support groups in local areas from Cornwall to
Staffordshire, which prove to be a lifeline for many. However groups don’t suit everyone and
support is also offered one-to-one, online and through specialist counselling. This personalised
approach really can transform lives.

The charity receives no government or statutory funding, relying 100% on voluntary donations and
fundraising, and it needs to raise at least £400,000 annually to sustain its current level of service.
However, giving is not only about money. Volunteering time is also essential and plays a vital role
across the organisation. Pictured are two of the valued volunteers who help to run fundraising
stalls at various events in the local community. Such support is invaluable to boost the fundraising
needed to maintain, and hopefully expand, the support services which are in ever-growing demand.
Are you looking for a new and worthwhile challenge this year?

Every year more than 16,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with a brain tumour. They are now
the second most common cause of death from cancer in under 40’s and the most common solid
tumour found in children, having overtaken leukaemia as the biggest killer of children in the UK.
There is no clear cause and brain tumours can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, lifestyle or
general health.

Whilst a significant number of brain tumours can now be treated and successfully controlled,
even non-malignant and low grade tumours can have life-changing effects and many people are
unable to live the lives they had before. The physical, practical and psychological effects, for both
patients and those closest to them, are generally hidden and underestimated and Brain Tumour
Support also works to increase public awareness of the complex problems that many people
consequently face in their day to day life.

Brain tumour diagnosis is often traumatic, frightening and isolating, and its effects often take away
the ability to drive, to work or to live an independent life. Vision, balance, memory and mobility
are frequently impaired. A brain tumour, or the treatment to combat it, often results in a patient
developing epilepsy, and continual reliance on stabilising medication. And the emotional and
psychological impact on a whole family can be crushing.

Brain Tumour Support is there to give practical guidance, emotional support, information about
treatment, help coping with bereavement and much more. As well as one to one support the charity
also runs support groups in local areas from Cornwall to Staffordshire, which prove to be a lifeline
for many. The charity has seen the number of people seeking its support double in the last twelve
months and, with no Government funding, seeks to increase its fundraising revenue in order to
sustain this ever-growing workload.

If you are interested in volunteering with Brain Tumour Support, please contact Rhi Ashford,
Volunteer Coordinator on 01454 414355 or email: [email protected].
We look forward to welcoming new volunteers into our team.

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NHS Retirement Fellowship

Readers are probably aware that the NHS will celebrate 70 years since it
was formed back in 1948, however they may not be aware that an allied
organisation will celebrate 40 years since its formation in 1978.

This is the NHS Retirement Fellowship which is a nationwide body founded to provide post
working fellowship activities and ongoing support for ex NHS workers who have now reached
retirement. This is open to ex workers from all walks of the NHS from nursing staff, porters,
doctors, caterers and admin staff. Existing members tend to be hospital based but areas of the NHS
such as ambulance drivers, GP surgery staff and mid-wives etc may not be aware that the NHSRF
exists, we are very keen to invite them to make contact
The NHSRF has over 100 branches throughout the UK and membership is currently running
at over 10,000. In the Dorset area there are 4 branches Blandford, Poole, Bournemouth and
Ringwood (east Dorset) The Head office for the Fellowship is based at Dorchester and its website
can be viewed on or Tel: 01305 361317 which will provide policies and
objectives for its membership
The local branch at Bournemouth is very active with 110 members and will welcome enquiries
from anyone wishing to find out about joining. They particularly want to find out about ex staff
experiences in the NHS, good, bad, funny. The activities currently being enjoyed are monthly
talks, meals, coffee meetings, bowls , quizzes and walks with enough support other interests can
be arranged.
The people who have served NHS have given many years of their working life and built the
service we now look to when faced with health problems, they deserve the Fellowship and what it
can offer.

Anyone wishing to find out more can contact Hilary Tice on 01202 511772


Methodists have worshipped at Victoria Park (now part of the Bournemouth
Methodist Church) for the last 90 years and have changed and adapted to suit the

needs of our community.
During the year we will be celebrating with several different events,

but we would like to include our local community.
We hope to make contact with as many people as possible who have had connections

with our church. Can you help?

Were you Christened or Married at Victoria Park?
Did you belong to our Sunday School or Young Peoples group?

Are you a past member of the Uniformed Organisations
(Scouts, Brownies, Guides or Girls’ Brigade)?
Have you performed with the Drama Group?
Do you have any other connections with us?

If so, we’d love to hear your old stories and see your old photos,
so that we can compile a record of people’s memories of life at our


Please contact us via our website :

and click on the contact us link
or by visiting us on our facebook page

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Expert Advice with a Friendly Face

Legal Eye……Employment Law

A look at some of the questions asked by members of the public regarding their employment

“I work in a care home, I am the only person on shift overnight although I am allowed to sleep when I am
not busy, but I only receive a fixed amount of money for this shift. Am I entitled to the National Minimum
Wage for nightshifts?”

Possibly yes, this area of law is fast changing and there have been a number of recent decisions from
the Courts to support the fact that nightshifts can attract the national minimum wage. It will depend
on the facts of each individual case, but if you are unable to leave the premises during your shift; it is
necessary for regulatory reasons for your employer to have a person on the premises and there is an
adequate degree of responsibility during the nightshift then it is possible that you may be entitled to
be paid the national minimum wage going forward and possibly for some of the nightshifts already

“I have been employed for just over a year, my employer has dismissed me but has not told me why. Can
they do this?”

The first issue to be established is to find out what the reason was for the dismissal. You have the right
within 14 days of your dismissal to request reasons for your dismissal in writing. Once you know
the reason for dismissal, it is worth considering whether the dismissal was unfair. A claim for unfair
dismissal normally requires two years continuous service, however, there are some circumstances
where the law considers dismissal of an employee with under two years’ service to be unfair. For
instance, if an employee raises an issue about health and safety in the workplace and they are
dismissed as a result, the law says that this would be automatically unfair.

“I suffer with depression and anxiety and find it difficult to tell work that I cannot attend. My employer
wants to discipline me for this, what can I do?”

If your condition affects your normal day to day activities, such as going to work, sleeping,
concentrating, socialising and that affect is more than minor, there is a possibility that you have rights
under the Equality Act. The Equality Act places a duty on employers to make reasonable adjustments
to help you carry out your contractual duties. Many people suffering with depression struggle to
keep in regular contact with their employer. Employers will often implement their sickness reporting
policies quite rigidly and employee often suffer with no pay or disciplinary proceedings as a result.
However, this is one area where it would be reasonable to make an adjustment to that reporting
procedure to help the employee and avoid disciplinary sanctions for unauthorised absence. Employees
should discuss with their HR department or line manager about making adjustments that are suitable
for both parties.

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Brain Power

1: At a family reunion were the following people: one grandfather,
one grandmother, two fathers, two mothers, four children, three
grandchildren, one brother, two sisters, two sons, two daughters, one
father-in-law, one mother-in-law, and one daughter-in-law. But not as
many people attended as it sounds.

How many were there, and who were they?

2: A gambler bet on a horse race, but the bookee wouldn’t tell him
the results of the race. The bookee gave clues as to how the five horses
finished -- which may have included some ties -- and wouldn’t pay the
gambler off unless the gambler could determine how the five horses
finished based on the following clues:
Summer Breeze finished before and after Windrider.
White Lightning tied with Summer Breeze if and only if Happy Go Lucky
did not tie with Hold Me Tight.
Summer Breeze finished as many places after Hold Me Tight as Hold
Me Tight finished after White Lightning if and only if White Lightning
finished before Romps Home.
The gambler thought for a moment, then answered correctly.

How did the five horses finish the race?

3: Alexander is stranded on an island covered in forest.
One day, when the wind is blowing from the west, lightning strikes the
west end of the island and sets fire to the forest. The fire is very violent,
burning everything in its path, and without intervention the fire will burn
the whole island, killing the man in the process.
There are cliffs around the island, so he cannot jump off.
How can the Alexander survive the fire?
(There are no buckets or any other means to put out the fire)

4: There is a certain crime, that if it is attempted, is punishable, but if it is

committed, is not punishable. What is the crime? Answers on page 44

What is the difference between girls/woman aged: 8, 18, 28, 38, 48, 58. 68, and 78 ?

At 8 -- You take her to bed and tell her a story.
At 18 -- You tell her a story and take her to bed.
At 28 -- You don’t need to tell her a story to take her to bed.
At 38 -- She tells you a story and takes you to bed.
At 48 -- She tells you a story to avoid going to bed.

At 58 -- You stay in bed to avoid her story.
At 68 -- If you take her to bed, that’ll be a story!
At 78 -- What story??? What bed??? Who the hell are you???

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Charminster Business Association

Charminster Business Association (Formerly known as Charminster Traders
Association) is in the process of re-establishing itself.

Mandy Pike from A-Storage has volunteered her services to chair the new
association with Margaret Annable from Paul Watts assisting her.
Mandy Pike (Chair CBA) proposes:
‘The new association will give us access to services and facilities which we would
not have been able to without being a collective group. There are some issues and
improvements needed for the businesses and traders of Charminster and we hope
to build awareness of these services and to advertise the fantastic diverse range of
business we offer here. There are many advertising opportunities and events we can
organise to promote ourselves and improve Charminster to make visiting a more
attractive prospect.’

If you are a business owner and wish to join the Charminster Business
Association or if you are experiencing issues in the Charminster area, please

contact Mandy Pike on [email protected].

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A Scout took part in a first aid
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the Scout lay “wounded” for several hours.
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The Old Carpet Right building in Charminster Road has turned into
a thriving Self Storage Business!

The Old Carpet Right building near Charminster crossroads has been renovated into a thriving
Self Storage business. Formerly Kwik Fit and then for a short time Carpet Right, the building
remained empty for 9 years.

A-Storage Director, Charlie Hounsell:
‘We completely renovated this building and have provided affordable self-storage units, as well as
serviced offices, virtual offices and a meeting room to hire.
The building was tired, so our refurbishment has been great, not only for our business but also for
the local community’.

Mandy Pike, Director of A-Storage: ‘We are very different to other self-storage companies.
Our décor is unique, warm and welcoming and this reflects our personal and bespoke service to
each and every client. People store with us when they are moving house, setting up a new business,
divorcing or are bereft. We take a genuine interest in our clients as well as offering them value for
money. We ensure we give a professional and friendly service’.

Charlie added how pleased they were with the response to their self-storage company in
the area: ‘We have a wealth of experience in self-storage and also own another facility in
Christchurch. However, we had not expected the amazing response we have had in Charminster’

If you require personal or business storage, A-Storage can be found at
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I urgently needed a few days off work but I knew the boss would not allow me to take leave.
I thought that maybe if I acted ‘Crazy’ then he would tell me to take a few days off. So I hung
upside-down on the ceiling and made funny noises. My ditzy co-worker asked me what I was

doing. I told her that I was pretending to be a light bulb so that the boss might think I was
‘Crazy’ and give me a few days off. A few minutes later the boss came into the office and asked,

“What in the world are you doing?’” I told him I was a light bulb.
He said, “You are clearly stressed out. Go home and recuperate for a couple of days.’

I jumped down and walked out of the office...
When my co-worker followed me toward the door. The Boss asked her, ‘And where do you think

you’re going?!’......... She said, ‘I’m going home too. I can’t work in the dark.’”

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Travel Feature -
Best of both worlds - around the Mediterranean ...
By Mags Addison
How about staying near a famous coastal Mediterranean city – and
having the best of both worlds. A short city break, with a beach, or
touring holiday. Maybe rent a costal or rural villa near a big city,
or a small hotel tucked away somewhere. Perhaps Paradores dotted
about in urban, or rural Spain. Or Pousadas, the equivalent in costal,
or beach areas of Portugal. Or a camping site within touching distance
of a nearby big city. This is possible with many of the popular cities
around the Southern Part of Europe.

Palma, Majorca - my favourite island, and a majestic city with an interesting historic old town, and
harbour area. Plenty of chic shopping, mixed with tapas, cafes and traditional bars. It is also the
gateway to the rest of island, with many varied resorts all along the coast, and fantastic beaches. So
easy to visit.
Dubrovnik, Croatia - A popular tourist spot on Croatia’s southern coast, Dubrovnik blends the old
with the new. Ancient buildings side by side with the stunning beaches of the Adriatic Sea provide the
backdrop famously seen in Game of Thrones. This 16th century walled city is a must.

Barcelona, Spain- The capital of Catalunya, Barcelona’s architecture is like no other. Gaudí’s inspiration
is visible all over and with so much to explore this city needs more than just a day trip. Stay in the city,
and then stay nearby and visit as much as you like, or explore the nearby Costa Brava (the rugged
coast) from here, and the Costa Dorada.
Piza, Italy- Famous for its Leaning Tower, spaghetti and the buzzing Italian atmosphere – this city is a
must when staying in Tuscany. And with Siena and Florence also nearby, that’s three big cities rolled into
one holiday. Piza is also a good point to catch a train to other parts of Italy.
Naples, Italy – the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento. The options here are endless – one of the most iconic
coastlines in the world. Naples is a busy bustling town and port, and you can easily go on from here
along the coastline to beautiful clifftop resorts like Sorrento. Or take a ferry over to Capri, or Ischia.
Athens, Greece – Athens is an amazing city – stepped in history and ancient culture. The Acropolis is
one place I’ll never forget visiting – and seeing from a nearby hillside. Spend a few days, and then
perhaps take a ferry to one of the nearby – smaller Greek islands - and spend a few days there. Or try
island hopping.

Malaga, Spain – the gateway to the Costa Del Sol. Lovely city in its own right – with lots of history
and Spanish culture. Picasso has his own gallery here. It’s also, a good stepping off point to both the
Coast Del Sol and inland Andalusia. And a short trip down to Gibraltar.
Nice, France – one of the most beautiful areas in Southern France. Nice,
Cannes, Monte Carlo – they are all easy to reach on the excellent local
train service. Then how about heading back up into the hills towards
Provence. Beautiful little villages, ideal for touring or a hideaway villa
hire. So much choice of wonderful cities, that lead to so much more -
where do we start?

Beach holidays, City breaks, Honeymoons, Weddings abroad, Adventure holidays, Ski,
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#HelpSamoa Raises Massive £10,000 for Samoan International Rugby Players

Business owner and Bournemouth 7s Festival Director, Roger Woodall, helped raise over
£10,000 for Samoan rugby players who face an uncertain future following the bankruptcy of the
Samoan Rugby Union (SRU).
Woodall, an advocate of equality and fairness in sport, was motivated to take action after
discovering England players would be paid over 30 times more than their Samoan counterparts
at a sold-out Twickenham in November 2017.
After conceiving of the #HelpSamoa campaign, Roger sought support from his contacts in rugby
and the wider community in order to raise both money and awareness for the predicament that
Samoan players found themselves in.
The money raised by the campaign has now been distributed among Samoan players, helping
supplement the divide whilst the SRU seeks long-term solutions for the increasing funding gap.

“Samoa is a passionate rugby-playing nation and I was
shocked to discover the disparity in pay,” said Roger..
“I met with Daniel Leo who set up the ‘Pacific Rugby Players
Welfare’ (PRPW), and he explained to me that he set this
organisation up as there is nothing in place to protect the
players now or in the future.”
“I was also devastated to find out that due to the massive
culture shock of competing in this environment and all the
pressures that come with having to send money back home to
provide for their families, 5 players have taken their own lives
in the past 5 years”.

PRPW Director, Dan Leo has praised the support coming from
the community:

“The #HelpSamoa campaign just proves that there is a lot of goodwill out there among the
greater rugby community, not just for Samoan rugby, but also Tonga and Fiji”.
Test matches with both Scotland and England were thrown into doubt last year after the
SRU claimed that it couldn’t afford to pay for players’ insurance or fees, and that debts were
With both games eventually going ahead, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) provided a
contribution, and numerous opposition players offered to donate a portion of their match fees.
However, Leo claims that the current deficit will need more enduring solutions.
“For the long-term sustainability of the game, lower ranked teams need more financial
investment than is currently afforded by World Rugby and Tier 1 nations”
“It’s not fair that the visiting sides receive none of the gate-takings. #HelpSamoa helped
highlight this and we thank everyone who supported this important campaign.

For more information contact Kez Thomas: 01202 545630 / 07495 955895
[email protected]

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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:
23rd March: The Hub, Verwood BH31 7QE
In Aid Of Fund Raising For Verwood Day Care Centre (Return Visit)
21st April: St Mary’s Church, West Moors BH22 0JF
In Aid Of Fund Raising For The Church And “Prama Care”(Return Visit)
19th May: Waiting confirmation of event
16th June: Shelley Theatre, Bournemouth BH5 1LX
In Aid Of Fund Raising For “Myeloma UK” (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)

One day the first grade teacher was reading the story of Chicken Little to her class.
She came to the part of the story where Chicken Little tried to warn the farmer. She
read, “.... And so Chicken Little went up to the farmer and said, “The sky is falling, the
sky is falling!” The teacher paused then asked the class, “And what do you think that
farmer said?” One little girl raised her hand and said, “I think he said, ‘Bl***y Hell! A

talking chicken!’” The teacher was unable to teach for the next 10 minutes.

A little girl asked her mother, “Can I go outside and play with the boys?”
Her mother replied, “No, you can’t play with the boys, they’re too rough.”

The little girl thought about it for a few moments and asked,
If I can find a smooth one, can I play with him?”

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We should’nt put up with painful feet. Pain is an indication that something is wrong.
Many foot problems are related to wearing incorrect footwear.

When patients complain of foot pain,
I examine their feet and listen to what
they are saying .But my eyes are always
diverted down to look at the shoes
which very often are the cause of the
problem. When I express concern
about the footwear I am immediately
told “But you must be wrong as they
have worn this style of shoe for many

An elderly Italian lady who’s problems
directly related to wearing ridiculous
fashion shoes was affronted when I suggested wearing trainers.
I thought she would probably not return but a year later she did wearing a trainer style
shoe I cut her nails we chatted about her family she didn’t mention any pain I didn’t
comment on her footwear.

So shoes are so important to healthy feet. It’s not just the style its how well the shoes fit.
There should be ½ an inch space beyond the longest toe and the end of the shoe. Feel
across the width of the shoe with the hand to make sure it’s not too tight. Lastly the heel
should fit in the back of the shoe and not slide up and down when walking.

I prefer a shoe with a Velcro strap or a lace up as they
give more support and they’re adjustable. Lace ups
when fastened should have a gap between the laces of
½ an inch. Most feet swell during the day so it’s better
to buy shoes in the afternoon. Shoes are so important,
do not impulse buy, shoes bought in the sales cannot
be returned so they not always the best choice.

So to reiterate...


M.Ch.S., D.Pod.M. WINTON BH9 2AP



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Hi, I’m Cricket. I am an 7yr old Terrier X and I’m looking for a new
home. I love human company and I would very much love my own
family. I’m generally a good girl when out on walks but I do have to
stay on a lead as I have trouble with my recall. When I’m at home
I love to play and I soon settle down when it’s time for bed and will
sleep well until the morning. I will need a secure garden with plenty
of room to run around and explore. As i am so inquisitive please
no cats or other small furries. I could live with another small dog.
I know the humans here at Waggy Tails love me and look after me
very well but please could someone give me a forever home and
someone to love and cuddle up to.
For more information on Cricket or any of the other animals in our care please contact
us on 01202 87500, e-mail: [email protected]

or visit our website
As we are now coming towards the summer months please keep an eye out for our
bright yellow tops, tins and display boards as we will be out and about collecting etc.

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 you

can 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


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Blind Society staff and
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founders, to support local blind
and partially sighted people.

We work both at our Centre in Moordown and out in the
community. The Centre is treated as ‘home’ by many of our members. Everyone is given a warm,
friendly welcome. We can provide hot food, a varied programme of activities, advice and support.
Our Centre is open from 9am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

We have a modern Resource Centre, where we can demonstrate equipment designed to help
those with sight or hearing loss. Items available range from a talking watch to a device that reads
written print out aloud. In the Hearing Centre, visitors can test amplified phones and TV listening
devices. Anyone is welcome to call into the Resource Centre, Monday to Friday 10am until 1pm, no
appointments are necessary.

Training is available in our Assistive Technology Suite for visually impaired people to learn how to
use modern technology, such as computers, tablets and smart phones.

Our services in the community include Emotional Support, Befriending, Community Support and
Guiding. These are all designed to help people remain independent and reduce isolation.

One young man who had recently lost most of his sight, said, “Thank you to all the staff for making
me whole again, for giving me respect and allowing me to be me.” We are not able to restore sight,
but we can give dignity, hope and encouragement to those whose lives are devastated by their loss of

Bournemouth Blind Society is an independent, local charity. We are not affiliated with any other
group. We receive a small conditional grant from the Local Authority; otherwise we are self-
financing, relying on donations, fundraising activities and legacies to meet our costs.

We are grateful to the team of volunteers who help us in so many ways – if you would like
to consider volunteering with us, please contact Chief Executive Philip Tarrant to discuss

Philip says, ‘We promote a positive attitude and encourage all who come to us to realise that whilst
sight loss brings challenges, there are many ways to overcome these. The satisfaction of witnessing
a blind person doing Archery, riding on a tandem or painting a picture, when they thought they
would never do this again, is incredible.’ If you know anyone with sight loss, please encourage them
to visit or give us a call. We are here to help.

Bournemouth Blind Society Tel: 01202 546644
5 Victoria Park Road, Bournemouth BH9 2RB

Charity Reg No 1114570

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

Gardening Tips for March
Spring cleaning. In the home is cosmetic. In the garden it is enhancing.

Cut back the stems of last years’ perennials to their recommended length. Cut Autumn fruiting

Raspberries to 2” above ground level. As you go be sure to rake up and clear all dead leaves and

plant debris. Burn or bin the waste to ensure no diseases are re distributed rather than got rid of.

Try to dig up any weeds, following on with a layer of mulch (manure or compost) to keep weed

seedlings growing to the minimum. Sorry, the job is not done. Keep an eye out for perennial weed

seedlings as you have just improved their chances of growing back. Always remove Couch grass,

invasive Buttercups and Ground Elder.

Check your Dahlia tubers if you lifted them. Remove excess or damaged tubers. You could start off

new plants with some of the new shoots once they are a few inches long. Keep the cuttings in the

warmth in pots in the greenhouse, if you have one. The site for your intended planting should be

well manured now. You can plant last years’ tubers from later this month when some green shoots

are showing.

For Geranium and Fuchsia lovers like me, now is the time to

clean up and re-pot any you have overwintered. Watering can be

increased a little to promote new shoots. Do not forget to pot up

your lilies and begonias whilst planting out your Gladioli corms.

It is at times like this we need to know who our friends are, FRIEND FOE

but be careful with Slug pellets.

Experienced gardeners and plotters have probably been setting seeds of different varieties for the
past couple of months now but April sowing is not too late. Have a go and good luck.
Seed Compost : This can be specially prepared or a general purpose compost. If a general compost
do sieve out the lumpy bits and add some sharp sand to assist drainage.
Damping Off : Seeds do not like to be waterlogged, it may cause a fungal rot which is commonly
called ‘Damping Off’. It is recognisable by seemingly healthy seedlings keeling over and dying at
the ground level.
Where to Sow : Depending on the variety this can be done inside the home, a greenhouse or
directly in the soil. Nowadays my wife sets almost all her seeds in Multi Cell Trays, a few to a
pot or singly depending on the plant. Sowing in damp compost is often better than watering the
compost afterwards. Too many seeds are ruined by overwatering, many less die from want of
N.b. Larger Seed such as Melon / Cucumber sow singly. Pea / Bean size sow 3 to 4 per cell or pot.
These larger seeds can be started off by placing on damp kitchen roll in a take away tray and
placed in the airing cupboard to ‘Chit’. Keep a keen eye on the seeds until the first signs of root
growth (chit) appear before potting on. Very small seeds can be sprinkled over the surface of the
compost then covered with a fine layer of compost or vermiculite. Always provide good light for
growing seedlings.
Sowing outside requires good soil preparation, it should be as fine as you can get it and if possible
spread some Blood, Fish & Bone fertilizer a few days before sowing. Mark out the lines (drills) you
intend to sow, straight lines make measuring easier. At the recommended depth, sow as directed
before gently covering with soil. Do not forget to label your rows and cover with a net cloche for
bird protection.

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