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The Local Eye - Issue 136 - February 2017

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Issue Eye FEBRUARY 2017
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Welcome to the February 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,
Muscliff e & Strouden Park districts.
It can also be picked up from:
e Bournemouth Life Centre in Moordown, Mike Stokes Tyres and
Johns Fish & Chips in Moordown, AH Parfi tt - Chiropodist/Podiatrist
and e Hungry Wolf Cafe in Winton, Charminster & Winton libraries,
Moordown Community Centre, as well as 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.

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


Until next month..
Chris
Wanted

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 the contact list)

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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What do you know about Valentines Day?


February 15th was the date of the Roman festival of Lupercalia - where young men
held a lottery to decide which girl would be theirs.
During Medieval times, girls ate unusual foods on St. Valentine’s Day to have a
dream of their future husband.
In the middle Ages, people believed that the first unmarried person of the opposite
sex you met on the morning of St. Valentine’s Day would become your spouse.
In the middle of the 17th century even married people took a Valentine -
not always their legal other half!
Alexander Graham Bell applied for his patent on the telephone,
on the Valentine’s Day of 1876.
In Wales, love spoons of wood were carved and given as gifts on February 14th.
Hearts, keys and keyholes formed the favourite theme of decorations on the
spoons, which together symbolised- “You unlock my heart!”
Some people believed that if a woman saw a robin overhead on Valentine’s Day,
it meant she would marry a sailor and if she saw a sparrow, she would marry
a poor man but would still be very happy.
The Taj Mahal at Agra, in India is perhaps the most splendid gift of love. It was
built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beautiful wife, Mumtaz
Mahal. Work on the Taj began in 1634 and continued for almost 22 years. It took
the labour of 20,000 workers from all over India and Central Asia.
On February 14th, 1779, the natives of Hawaii murdered Captain James Cook the
great English explorer and navigator.

When the Romans invaded England they introduced a pagan fertility festival held
every February 14th. After the Romans left England, Pope Gelsius, who established
St. Valentine’s Day as a celebration of love in 496 A.D abolished the pagan ritual.
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SUDOKU


How to Play
Fill in the grid so that every
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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)







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Why do we say... “To the bitter end”
An expression with a nautical origin from around the mid 19th century, and nothing
to do with bitterness. The end of a rope or chain was secured in a chain locker, but when
there was no windlass the cables were fastened to ‘bitts’ - pairs of bollards fixed to the deck.
When the rope is let out until there is none left and the end of the rope is at the bitts.

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February History Spotlights...


Decimalisation - 15th February 1971
On Monday 15 February 1971, Britain went decimal. The old money - pounds, shillings and
pence was replaced by a new system with 100 pence in the pound and no shillings. It seems
simple to those who have never known it to be different, but at the time people were worried
about it. Imagine the confusion though, if we were to go the other way now! Think of the
complications of a pound that has 240 pennies, with 20 shillings to the pound along with half
crowns & tanners, thrupenny bits and farthings! Decimalisation was not a new idea, proposals
were made to Parliament to decimalise sterling as early as 1824 though rejected of course.


























For a while the old and the new currencies ran hand in hand. People could pay in pounds,
shillings and pence and get new pence in their change. There was an original intention to keep
the old money in circulation for eighteen months, but in the end, the old penny, halfpenny and
threepenny bits were no longer legal tender by August 1971. There were also a handful of shops
that refused to switch, resolutely clinging onto the past, but eventually even they had to change.
One big controversy with decimal currency was that people thought the shops used it as
an excuse to put up prices. We have yet to embrace the idea of metrication over imperial
measurements as fully as we accepted the decimal currency, and you may still hear the phrase
“What’s that in old money?” when referring to metric measures, (guilty there I have to say!)
Birthdays This Month Include...
Cindy Crawford
Robbie Williams
Alice Cooper 20th February 1966
13th February 1974
4th February 1948


Jennifer Anniston John Travolta Kristen Davis
11th February 1969 18th February 1954 24th February 1965

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Travel Feature -
Ancient Kyoto – In Japan...

By Mags Addison
This year, I was fortunate to spend Christmas and New Year in Japan.
This is something I’ve done many times in the past because I visit family
there, but this time I was lucky to be given a surprise visit for a few days
to Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan.
Whenever I put together the perfect itinerary for Japan with my clients,
it’s usually Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, with maybe Yokohama, or maybe a visit
to Nikko, which I visited years ago. It all depends on the time the clients
have there, and their interests. I have my favourites, but that may not be
the same as my clients of course.
But Kyoto would appeal to everyone, I think, as a second centre to
Tokyo, or Oaska. I liked the city, both the modern, and especially the
ancient city. And it’s so easy to get too with minimum fuss.
Although Japan adopts a lot of western cultures, and at the end of year there are Christmas lights, festive
music, and decorations everywhere, it’s not a Christian country so they don’t celebrate it. It’s a normal
working day there. New Year is important.
So we celebrated Christmas in our own way, and on Boxing Day we boarded a high speed Bullet train at
Tokyo station, and travelled to Kyoto in just over a couple of hours
– again a new experience for me. The trains in Japan are efficient anyway, but this was an amazing way
to speed from one major city to another – in comfort and up to speeds of 200 miles per hour, with a
glimpse of the snow caped Mount Fuji standing against the skyline as we shot past.
Kyoto is a large city, part new and part historical and is famous for its numerous well preserved Buddhist
temples, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. Many of these are on the World Heritage list, and
are priceless historically. And extremely busy with tourists, especially in the spring during cherry blossom,
or in the summer.
There is so much to see. Impressive gardens, the old Imperial Palace, the Philosophers Walk, which runs
alongside the canal banked by cherry trees in Spring. In winter it was quieter, but still interesting.
Gion is the most traditional district in Kyoto, where young women still train to be Geisha. The streets of
Gion, are lined by restaurants, tea houses, and old wooden mercantile houses. Which makes it worth
visiting for the culture, and for interesting places to eat. The
narrow back streets are a rabbit warren of lanterns, and aromas,
and dozens of small family owned restaurants. There is no
hustling as in other parts of the world.
Japan is a fascinating mixture of the ancient and modern – from
ages old tradition and up to date technology – and is a country
now popular with UK tourists. I’ve had a couple of enquires from
clients about visiting there already and we are still in January.
Sayonara

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You could be eligible if:
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For more information on how to register
Please call the clinic on 01202 526520
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There is no beating the taste of truly fresh
fruit and veg especially, when it’s yours!
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, adjacent to Slades Farm.
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.
Call in and meet us, we look forward to seeing you.













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While most of us know that the council are responsible for fixing these things,
we may not know which council, let along which department in which council.
With FixMyStreet, all you have to do is locate the problem on a map, and select
a category: the site then sends it off to the right place to get it fixed.

All reports are published on the site, as well as being sent to the council.
Browsing your own postcode can be interesting, as you soon learn what the
persistent problems are in your area, and whether or not they are being fixed.
There’s also the opportunity to discuss individual reports in the comments
section.

FixMyStreet comes from the UK not-for-profit organisation mySociety, and
is one of its longest-running and most-used services. It is just one of several
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The Moordown Traders Association are an enthusiastic group of business cushions
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Chamber of Trade & Commerce (BCTC), Bournemouth Council, elected
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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.
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Next meeting date is:
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Jim asked his friend, Tony, whether he had bought his wife anything for Valentine’s Day.
‘Yes,’ came the answer from Tony who was a bit of a chauvinist, ‘I’ve bought her a belt and a
bag.’ ‘Th at was very kind of you,’ Jim added, ‘I hope she appreciated the thought.’ Tony smiled
as he replied, ‘So do I, and hopefully the vacuum cleaner will work better now.’

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SafeWise Open Day

Wednesday 15th February

10am—3pm


Looking for things to do over the February half term?
Bring your children to SafeWise Bournemouth to learn about all aspects
of safety in a fun, interactive and safe environment.

On Wednesday 15th February the SafeWise Safety Centre in Bournemouth are throwing open
their doors to encourage families to come and explore the centre for themselves. The centre,
which normally caters to schools and youth groups, will be open for visitors from 10.00am until
3.00pm and is ideally suited for children up to 11years old.
The centre contains a life-sized model village in which
children are encouraged to identify potential dangers and
explore ways to stay safe. The indoor village contains a
full-size house, road, train, bus, beach, heathland, alleyway,
park and electricity substation to name but a few.
Families will be able to complete a FREE self-guided tour
(in the style of a safety-themed treasure hunt) of the centre
and SafeWise volunteers will be on-hand at key locations
to answer questions and to help children identify the
dangers but be warned some of the dangers may appear hidden.

Some of our supporters including Dorset Police, the RNLI and Dorset and Wiltshire Fire &
Rescue Service will also be present to chat to families about how to stay safe online, at the
beach, in the home etc.

Andrew Laws, SafeWise Centre Manager, said, “We often
speak to parents and grandparents whose children have
visited the Centre with their school and they are intrigued
to know what their children have been up to here in our
village; so now is the opportunity to come and see! If this
open day is a success, we will look to replicate again in the
future”



SafeWise Bournemouth, Unit 1 Roundways,
Elliott Road, Bournemouth, BH11 8JJ
www.safewise.org
[email protected]

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Bosch Car Service Centre
The national network of independent garages


3-5 Malvern Road
Moordown
Bournemouth
BH9 3AE


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Derek J.Rolls



Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

ASK THE AGENT...

Q: How do I go about choosing an agent to sell my home?

Choosing who to entrust with selling what is almost certainly our single most valuable
asset ought to be one of the most considered decisions any of us ever take. Yet bizarrely,
many people choose their estate agent with a good deal less serious thought than if they
were deciding where to buy their groceries. Indeed, two of the commonest reasons for
choosing one agent over another are that:
1: They valued your home the highest, or 2: Yhey were the cheapest.
Hardly scientific, is it? No wonder so many people don’t have a good word to say about
estate agents!
There is no one “correct” way to choose an agent. There are those who insist that your
best bet is to choose a small, local independent firm. And there is some merit in this
argument. After all, everything else being equal, you might reasonably expect a small
local firm to really know the area in question, and perhaps also be able to offer a more
personal service than their larger competitors. But that is not always the case. The plain
fact is that there are both good and bad local independent agents - and by the same
token, there are good and bad among the larger, so- called “corporate” agents too.

Similarly, it is often argued that you should always choose an agent who belongs to one
of the recognised professional bodies, such as the National Association of Estate Agents,
which operates a strict code of conduct and generally exists to champion the highest
professional standards. However, human nature being what it is, having the letters
“MNAEA” or “FNAEA” after an agent’s name is no absolute guarantee of quality,
any more than the absence of those letters automatically means that an agent is no good
at his job.

Personal recommendation is often cited as the best way to choose an agent.
Nevertheless ... the fact is, we’re all different, and what works well for one person may
not work so well for another.
Of course, in an ideal world I would say that choosing an estate agent should involve all
of the above. Ultimately however, it really comes down to trust and rapport.
Basically, if you have a good feeling about the trustworthiness and professionalism of an
agent, then go with it!
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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
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Brain Power


1: What do the following have in common?
Almonds, Statues, Sweden, Arthurian, Boyfriend, Insatiable, Tsunami

2: You are on your way to visit your Grandma, who lives at the end of the valley.
It’s her birthday, and you want to give her the cakes you’ve made.
Between your house and her house, you have to cross 7 bridges, and as it goes in
the land of make believe, there is a Troll under every bridge! Each Troll demands
that you pay a Troll toll. Before you can cross their bridge, you have to give them
half of the cakes you are carrying, but as they are kind Trolls, they each give you
back a single cake.
How many cakes do you have to leave home with to make sure that you arrive at
Grandma’s with exactly 2 cakes?
3: Jack, the farmers son, is sent to the livestock market with instructions to buy
exactly 100 animals for the farm but must spend exactly 400 silver coins and he
must buy at least 1 of each of the animals listed. How many of each did he get?
Cows are 40 silvers each, Pigs are 12 silvers each and Chickens are 2 silvers each.

4: Imagine you have a sheet of paper, any size will do. Now fold this sheet of paper
in half and now fold it in half again, at right angles to the fi rst fold. Now you should
have four thicknesses of paper. Now imagine you use scissors and cut through all
four thicknesses, right down the middle of the paper, parallel to the fi rst fold you
made. Now, imagine, how many pieces of paper do you have now?
Don’t get paper and scissors to solve this one yet, try to picture this in your mind!

5: A man is sitting in a pub, down to his last couple of pounds. He sees the man
next to him pull a wad of £50 notes out of his wallet. He turns to the rich man and
says to him, “I have an amazing talent; I know almost every song that has ever
existed.” The rich man laughs, “That’s hardly possible”.
The poor man says, “I am willing to bet you all the money you have in your wallet
that I can sing a genuine song with a lady’s name of your choice in it.”
The rich man laughs again and says, “OK, how about my daughter’s name,
Joanna-Louise?” The man won his best and gained all the money.
What song did he sing?
Answers on page 44
When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore.
When an eel bites your hand and that’s not what you planned, that’s a moray.
When our habits are strange and our customs deranged, that’s our morals.
When your horse munches straw and the bales total four, that’s some more hay.
When Othello’s poor wife, she gets stabbed with a knife, that’s a Moor, eh?
When a Japanese knight used a sword in a fi ght, that’s Sa...mur...ai.
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A true friend is someone who reaches for your hand and touches your heart.
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Dear Lord, I pray for Wisdom to understand my man; Love to forgive him; and Patience for his
moods; Because Lord, if I pray for Strength, I’ll beat him senseless!

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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.
Dentistry has evolved enormously over the last half century; extensive research and
development of materials, techniques and equipment has transformed the modern dental
experience.
• Fluoride toothpastes are helping to reduce decay
• Digital radiography and photography result in instant images which help detect decay,
infection and other potential problems
• Attractive tooth coloured adhesive filling materials are available instead of unsightly grey
metal fillings,
• Reliable effective anaesthetics allow pain free dentistry
• Improved patient support and education is resulting in increased prevention of dental
problems and less need for treatment
• Earlier detection of oral cancers is improving the management of this distressing disease.
• New orthodontic treatment systems are making winning smiles more straightforward to
achieve
• Dental implant treatments are now widely available for fixed replacement of missing teeth
• Tooth whitening by dental professionals can be very effective in reducing staining and
discolouration of natural teeth

Why not resolve to put a smile back on your face in 2017 ?
Please call in to see us or phone 01202 512967 and we will help to get you started.

854 Wimborne Road, Moordown, Bournemouth, BH9 2DS
www.854dentalhealth.com 01202 512967


Every Valentine’s Day the university news-letter has a section for student
messages. One year a student, ever the romantic, surprised his girlfriend with roses,
tickets to a show at the BIC and dinner that evening. When they returned from their
date, she leafed through the news-letter to see if he had written a note to her. Finding
nothing under her name alphabetically, , she read through to the end of the lists until
she found: “XX - Danielle Carter —What are you looking here for? Is not dinner, a
show and flowers enough? Love, Jeremy.”
She was suitably embarrassed enough to apologise!
............................
After a quarrel, a wife said to her husband, “You know, I was a fool when I married
you.” And the husband replied, “Yes, dear, but I was in love and didn’t notice it.”
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A couple drove down a country road for several miles, not saying a word. An earlier
discussion had led to an argument and neither of them wanted to concede their
position. As they passed a barnyard of mules, goats and pigs, the husband asked
sarcastically, “Relatives of yours?” “Yep,” the wife replied, “in-laws.”

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It is never too late to get help.
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Picture Box Mount Pleasant
A simple question of say what you see?
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
SON afternoon, when we have diff erent
? activities including a speaker, and we
GREAT-GRANDSON 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.
C
C C C C C C We are a happy group and look forward to
making new friends,
(Answers on page 44) so why not come along and join us.
Redhill Townswomens Guild
Hillview School, Hillview Road
7pm every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month.
We have a wide range of speakers and diff erent social sections, choir,
craft group and a reading group.
This friendly group of ladies always welcome visitors and new members
so come along for a chat.
For more information please call: 01202 240815

Charminster Afternoon Townswomens Guild

Trinity URC Hall, Sutton Road - 2pm Tuesday 28th February
Swap Shop - Bring three items to exchange
Come and meet us and make new friends, and fi nd new interests!
Further details from our secretary, Margaret, on 01202 512543


A young girl and her boyfriend, Barry met online. After going out
together for a few months, she introduced him to grandad, who was
fascinated by the fact that they had met over the Interweb. He asked
Barry what kind of line he had used to pick her up. Ever the geek,
Barry naively replied, “Oh, we dont have a line, we are on fi bre cable.”

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There is no beating the taste of truly fresh
fruit and veg especially, when it’s yours!
Gardening Tips for February
In February we often get a brief mild spell, DO NOT BE FOOLED.
Here are some jobs we can all do, even if you have a ‘Heart Condition’.
• It is important to warm up your muscles and increase blood fl ow to avoid
strain and damage.
• Learn to hoe seated, whilst not easy it is helpful. (cut the handle down to a
comfortable length).
• Do simple warm up exercises. Grip your spade with both hands whilst
tapping your feet alternately on the shoulder of the blade. Ten or so taps for
each foot, you can repeat this if wanted.
• Try to avoid continuous bending, try sitting. Especially when planting
Garlic, Beans and Peas. You can make a long handled dibber rather than using your fi nger. Just drop the
Garlic Clove or Pea/Bean seed in the hole. Cover with your shortened rake then wait for them to shoot.
Keep off the lawn if you can.
This the very last month you can successfully set Garlic. Sow Broad Beans, Onion sets, Peas, Parsnips,
Spinach & Radishes.
Try putting netting or Holly leaves across you sowings or even a child’s rubber snake but do ask the
snake owner’s permission fi rst, relocating it frequently to simulate movement.
Now is the time to purchase your seed potatoes and start Chitting them. Start them on end in a
supermarket fruit or veg’ box or egg box in a cool yet light place. Rub off excess sprouts as they chit
(sprout) leaving just 3 strong sprouts before planting out in mid March.
Gardening Tips for March
Preparation is the watchword for March. There are a number of things to get ready and sow in the
vegetable patch.
You should prepare the ground for sowing outdoors. You might want to cover it with back fabric to
warm it up, if you have cloches you can use them too if you feel the weather is still too cold. About a
week prior to sowing, give the site a liberal sprinkling of a general fertiliser such as Growmore.
If you have one, now is the time to clean up your seed bed. Break up any large clods, de-stone and
remove any weed growth, then rake over.
Climbing Bean trenches should be dug and backfi lled with organic matter and newspaper to aid moisture
retention in the growing season.
If you are planning to grow Asparagus for the fi rst time, do it now and follow the suppliers planting
advice to ensure success. Here at North Bournemouth Allotments my wife and I planted 1 year old
Asparagus 2 years ago and are now looking forward to our fi rst crop. So you have to be patient.
Sowing Outdoors: Carrots, Parsnips, Caulifl owers, Salad crops, Beetroot, Summer Cabbage, Leeks &
Spinach.
Sowing Indoors: Celery, Celeriac, Tomatoes.
Planting Outdoors: First Early Potatoes. Garlic, Onion Sets & Bare rooted
Fruit Trees. Summer fl owering bulbs such as Gladioli and Dahlia Tubers.
Gooseberries must be pruned by this month. Cut main stems by 1/3, low and
crossing branches, opening up the centre of the plant for light and access to
the fruit later on.
Do not forget the slugs, snails and Hedgehogs are more active now, so treat
any plants at risk with care.
North Bournemouth Allotment Society, Cornelia Road, BH10 4FG
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BOURNEMOUTH FC - THE POPPIES

The Original Bournemouth FC!


Victoria Park, Namu Road, Bournemouth BH9 2RA


The club was founded at a meeting held in Abbotts Auction Mart in Old
Christchurch Road by eight enthusiastic gentlemen presided over by
Alderman Nethercoate (later to become Mayor of Bournemouth) on
11th September 1875. It was decided to call the club Bournemouth Rovers and is one of the
oldest clubs in the country being founder members of the Football Association, the
Hampshire F.A. and the Bournemouth F.A. The club was among the founder members of the
Hampshire League, playing in that league until joining the Wessex League in 1986.
They have had three homes during their history with their first ground being at a place called
East Common near the Bournemouth railway station, then at Dean Park, (current home of
Dorset County Cricket), before moving to Victoria Park, which was formerly a farmer’s field.
The club has had a number of name changes from Bournemouth Rovers, to
Bournemouth Wanderers and also Bournemouth Dean Park for about one year with a rather
“modern” kit choice of claret and lemon quarters before evolving into Bournemouth FC in
the Summer of 1889. The club eventually adopted the colour poppy red in the 1895/6 season
from their green and white hoops and thus the club nickname was born.
One of the clubs most famous members was William Pickford (later to be a
Chairman of the English FA). Mr. J Joy, a local landowner and supporter of the club, gave the
present Namu Road ground to the club. In 1944 Bournemouth Council bought the ground for
£3,750 providing a lease on a peppercorn rent.
The new clubhouse was opened in 1985, just in time for entering the Wessex
League and the current 205-seater stand provides adequate cover from the elements with
several rows of bench seating replacing the old wooden stand that was destroyed by fire
during 1974. This stand now stretches about a third of the length of the pitch, next to the
glass-fronted clubhouse.

If you’re a supporter of Bournemouth football, and you cant get to see AFC Bournemouth,
why not come along to one of our matches? The Poppies are alive and kicking, literally!

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For more information and details of our extremely
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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

Project Indigo is my special blog where I travel the world (mainly the UK!) visiting places
associated with Doctor Who.
This month we are visiting Dyrham Park in
Gloucestershire, filming location for The Night Terrors
which was an Eleventh Doctor episode in 2011. In this
episode the Doctor, Amy and Rory visit a little boy in
London who is so scared of his wardrobe that his fear
is transmitted throughout the universe. This mission to
help the child leads them to become trapped in a Dolls
House where they must fight peg-dolls that would scare
anyone silly!

Dyrham Park is a National Trust property near Bath.
This country house was built in the late 17th Century for a politician named William
Blathwayt who received the land through marriage to Mary Wynter. He is very well known
in America as he was a key figure in the administration of the American Colonies and he
also served as Secretary of War under James II and William III.
This house was chosen as the filming location as it looks like it would make a perfect Dolls
House. I visited at Christmas time when the weather was grey but dry. First I explored
the grounds which are famous for being home to a herd of fallow deer. The name Dyrham
comes the Anglo-Saxon word ‘dirham’ which means ‘enclosure for deer’. The deer park
covers 270 acres!
The gardens are in the middle of a project to recreate the look of the 17th Century. I found
a gate which took me to the Lost Terraces which are still undergoing work to restore them.
I walked in the footsteps of William Blathwayt which have just been uncovered and looked
down upon St Peter’s Church where he got married. It felt very tranquil in the terraces.
Afterwards I went into the house which was very
imposing. I recognised the wooden panelled walls
but in the episode all the furniture had been
removed for filming and replaced by dolls-house
furniture, including a wooden frying pan. I could
see lots of worldwide treasures from a time of
exploration including Dutch items such as blue and
white Delftware Pottery and a still-life by Cornelis
De Heem. There was also a famous Trompe L’oeil
by Samuel Van Hoogstraten, a picture which
messes with your mind. On the way out I was
offered some hot chocolate made using a 17th
Century recipe. It was very, very spicy!
Thank you for reading and if you would like to read about other Doctor Who locations I
have visited please check out my blog. Goodbye!
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“Caring for your feet in the winter”

As we enter the cold winter months, it’s
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To do this, we normally wear extra clothes and
gloves on our hands. But, it’s also essential we
keep our feet warm. One of the most common
problems which can occur during colder
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swellings on the skin which occur as a reaction
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Chilblains usually occur several hours after exposure to the cold as
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is believed to be reason for the swelling and itchiness. In extreme
cases, the skin may break and blisters may develop. It is very
important to try not to scratch the area as the skin can easily break,
leading to a possible infection.


Fortunately, chilblains are quite easy to prevent as long as you
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long johns to improve the circulation to the feet and try and avoid
wearing tight shoes as they can restrict the circulation. Warming
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