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The Local Eye - Issue 171 - January 2020

A monthly publication now in its 15th year, advertising trades and businesses local to the Bournemouth area. Also containing a comprehensive mix of editorials, news and information on local events and the surrounding area, as well as a regular mix of entertaining puzzles and trivia.

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Bournemouth and District Concert Band

Should you want some oomph in your life, you could do worse than attend a performance of the
Bournemouth and District Concert Band. Their autumn concert took place on Saturday 12th
October at St Thomas’s Church, Ensbury Park, Bournemouth.

The fifty-strong ensemble of brass, woodwind and percussion performed a selection of pieces
which were drawn from across four centuries. J S Bach’s Toccata, albeit a brassy, beat-dominated
arrangement, delivered a finale to a programme which began with a powerful theme from a modern
popular video game, Civilisation vi. A foot-tapping selection from the Beatles contrasted with a gentle
traditional Welsh folk tune. Saxophone, flute and clarinet solos stood out from the full ensemble.

Despite the wet weather a sizeable audience of a hundred plus filled the church and was
most appreciative. Many could clap-along in time to the music. The evening was, after all, a return
invitation, courtesy of the hospitable Rev Simon Evans and his team of refreshment providers. But
was there a thematic hint of irreverent forthcoming Hallowe’en with references to the Underworld,
Ghosts, Beasts and Phantoms?

Sixteen items created a whirlwind of moods and emotions. Powerful, stirring, vigorous, jaunty,
bouncy numbers contrasted with plaintive, mournful, reflective compositions. A kaleidoscope of
images occupied the brain. One minute you were in the warmth of a Parisian nightclub experiencing
the lacy vivacity of the cancan. The next you were transported to a bleak Scottish mountain gathering
flowers in memory of a deceased child. If that wasn’t sufficient you were suddenly plunged beneath
the waves to hear a submarine’s echo sounders or the throb of a ship’s piston engines.

Dramatic effects added to the atmosphere. A young actor prefaced ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and
a female member produced a primeval scream at the right moment. Hearing, later, several of the
players sing ‘Eternal Father’ was particularly poignant.

Founded thirty years ago as a school and community band, the group has evolved into an
almost semi-professional band under their new, inspirational conductor, Simon Nicholls, who has
brought extra polish and more subtle nuances to the musicianship.

During its life-time, the BDCB has played many venues,
indoors and out, ranging from large concert halls to sectional group busking
for charity in shopping malls. They’ve also raised and rattled the roofs of
countless churches, schools, bandstands and parish halls.

So, next time, you want musical diversity or excitement, be it
one of the perkier classics, a favourite film theme, a West End show-stopper,
or a plentiful helping of Abba, tune in to the
BDCB’s website to
find details of their future appearances. New players are always welcome.

There were these two cows, chatting over the fence between their fields. The
first cow said, “I tell you, this mad-cow-disease cropping up again is really pretty
scary. They say it is spreading fast, I heard it hit some cows down on the Johnson

Farm.” The other cow replies, “I ain’t worried, it don’t affect us ducks.”

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Welcome to the January issue of e Local Eye

Another year flown by, 2020 here we come!

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the
businesses who have supported this magazine during
the last year, and indeed for many of them, all the years

before that one too.

Of course e Local Eye would not have continued
without the additional support of you, the readers,

so another big thank you to you all.

I wish you all a Happy, Healthy & Propserous New Year.

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Bournemouth Electric Bowls Club

Short Mat season is back!
Wednesdays from 1:45pm.
Never tried bowling?
All are welcome. A chance to meet
new friends, have some fun and
maybe discover a new hobby.

For more information call

Jan Challenger
01202 421144

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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The natural surroundings of our school and college provide a rich, enabling
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Both our school and college specialise in severe, complex and moderate
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We are pleased to announce we can now offer onsite discounted living
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Chiropody / Podiatry

AH Parfiit Chiropdy provides professional foot treatments for all the family

Chiropody / podiatry is the assessment, diagnosis
and treatment of the foot, ankle and lower leg
conditions, and there is no difference between a
chiropodist or a podiatrist. Chiropody is the old term
for treatment by a foot health professional but the
term podiatry is becoming increasingly used as it is
a common term, used all over the world,
for treatment by a foot health professional.

The team at AH Parfitt Chiropodry are registered with the Health Care
Professions Council and are members of the Society of Chiropodists and
Podiatrists, with extended scope of practice for ‘Foot Mobilisation’ and local
anaesthetic to carry out nail surgery.

There are many ailments and conditions that can be successfully treated by a
qualified chiropodist, these include: Aching and/or tired feet, Musckuloskeletal
problems, Biomechanical abnormalities of the foot and ankle, Flat feet and
fallen arches, Skin conditions, Corns and Callus, Verrucae and warts, Fungal
infections of the skin and nails, Diabetic foot health, Sports Injuries and
Paediatric (children’s) feet.

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People with diabetes may be at risk of developing foot
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The Bourne Academy Ofsted Inspection
November 2019 – Academy Graded ‘GOOD’

The Bourne Academy is delighted and immensely proud to announce that it has been
graded as ‘GOOD’ in the latest Ofsted Inspection at the end of November.
During a recent two-day inspection, by four Ofsted Inspectors, The Bourne Academy
welcomed the chance to showcase the hard work and dedication of its staff, students,
parents and local community. The Bourne Academy was the first secondary school in
Bournemouth to be inspected under the new rigorous Ofsted framework.

The Academy is extremely pleased with the outcome of the inspection and all the
excellent feedback both on the day and in the final report. Snippets from the report

• The Bourne Academy is a welcoming and inclusive school. Pupils and staff are
proud to be members of the school community. The views of many pupils are
reflected in the comment, ‘The school helps me to be the best version of myself.’
• The school is a calm, yet vibrant, place to learn. Pupils are respectful, friendly
and polite.
• Staff model respectful behaviours, and pupils respond positively.
• Leaders’ ambition for pupils to ‘aspire’ runs deeply throughout the school. It is
reflected in the design of the curriculum and pupils’ subject choices.
• Leaders and staff have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour. Pupils can
therefore learn without disruption. Pupils say that staff are fair when applying the
school’s behaviour policy. When pupils’ conduct falls below expectations, staff take
effective action. Pupils behave well during social times and are considerate of each
other. They respond well to staff instructions.
• Sixth-form lessons have many strengths. Teachers have good subject expertise.
Students are scholarly and ask and answer complex questions in class. Sixth-form
leaders and staff know students well. Staff carefully track students’ attendance,
wellbeing and progress. The careers lead provides effective guidance for students’
futures. Staff value all pathways equally and celebrate their students’ successes.
• Governors are proud of the strong link with the sponsor school. The impact is
evident in the ambitious pupil exchange programme.
• School leaders have created a strong culture of safeguarding. The safeguarding
team is well trained, skilled and organised. Staff use the school’s safeguarding
procedures well.

Mark Avoth, Principal, commented: ‘We are all so proud of this result - we felt it was a
rigorous inspection, carried out with great insight and professionalism.
I would like to offer my enormous congratulations to all staff, students and governors
on this tremendous external validation of the inspirational work that goes on every day
at The Bourne Academy.’

The full report can be viewed on the Academy’s website and on the Ofsted website

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

The Bourne Academy, Hadow Road, Bournemouth. BH10 5HS
Tel: 01202 528554 / [email protected]

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Sue Jones has maintained a 9st 9lbs weight loss for 2 years and dropped from a size 24 to a size 10 dress
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“Reaching this milestone in the local area just proves the huge change that we’ve all made to our lives,
some people who’ve lost big amounts of weight, like me, have probably even saved their lives. It’s brilliant to
celebrate together as well because that’s how we’ve been losing weight – together. Every week we support
and encourage each other and share tips and recipes, and on top of that we have a lot of fun.”
“The support and inspiration you get from your Consultant is also integral to your success. Because they
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Sadie Kerslake-Smith, Team Developer for the local groups says: “I’m delighted that our members have lost
weight so beautifully. It has made a big difference to their lives and to their whole families’ lives, and all of
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food was being served. When Kenny received his plate he started eating
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Expert Advice with a Friendly Face


Since the 23 July 2019, for the first time in our History the United Kingdom has had a Prime Minister
who is co-habiting in Downing Street.

Although he is the first he will undoubtedly not be the last. Cohabitation has been increasingly common
for several decades and a majority of couples co-habit before they marry. However, surprisingly few
people are aware of the difference in legal status between a married couple and a couple who are co-

Married couples who split up deal with their finances under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973. It is a
detailed piece of legislation which sets out some very wide ranging powers for the Court and gives them
the ability to look at the entire situation in order to try and determine what a fair outcome would be.

No such equivalent legislation covers couples who co-habit and many individuals assume that after
they have co-habited for a certain length of time, that they then become a common law husband or wife
and that this gives them some legal protection. This is completely untrue. Whether you have been co-
habiting for 6 weeks or 25 years makes little if any difference to the legal position.

Generally speaking, couples who co-habit and have assets in their own sole name are able to retain
those assets, this can result in appalling unfairness. For example, if a couple have been married for 25
years and have 2 children but the house is and always has been in the one partner’s name, the other
partner will have no automatic right to claim against that property. Certain circumstances may give
rights to a claim, but this is far from guaranteed and as a result, the poorer partner is generally in a very
vulnerable position.

It is possible to makes claims in respect of certain assets and where young children are involved, the
Children Act gives a route to make a claim to ensure that the children are taken care of and of course
it would be possible to claim for maintenance for the children from the Child Maintenance Service,
however even here the priority is simply making sure that the children’s needs are met and there is no
requirement of the Court to consider wider issues than that.

The most common asset is of course the family home. Often 1 party will have contributed more than
the other and even here, if no specific steps are taken, a jointly owned property which one partner has
contributed considerably more than the other will not necessarily be split the way the parties imagine, or
in line with the contributions they have made.

The reality is that the only way to achieve certainty is to take proper advice at an early stage and to
ensure particularly where property is concerned, that both parties have the same understanding of what
will happen and then make sure that this is properly recorded in a legal binding document, upon which
both parties have taken proper advice.

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The Hampton Trust is based in Southampton, Hampshire, and seeks to enable people
to live free from violence, abuse, isolation and exploitation. It achieves its aims by
running programmes for individuals, families, children and young people and training
for professionals. The charity works in partnership with statutory and voluntary sector
organisations to develop needs led services and identify gaps in provision.

RESPECT and ISO 9001 accredited, The Hampton Trust’s programmes are
preventative, educational and therapeutic.

White Ribbon Day (25th November) and the 16 Days of Action that follow, is an
annual event to help raise awareness of domestic abuse against women. The wearing
of the White Ribbon stands for never taking part in, condoning or staying silent about
violence against women. The Hampton Trust, a Hampshire based domestic abuse
charity, who work to rehabilitate perpetrators of abuse, travelled as far South as
Cyprus to the most Northern points in Scotland, asking authorities and members of the
public to pledge to stand against domestic abuse.

One of the key activities the trust accomplished during the 16 Days of Action, was
the signing of the White Ribbon Day Pledge Poster. The trust obtained hundreds of
signatures including, The Bishop of Winchester, Tim Dakin, the players of Aldershot
FC, Basingstoke hospital nurses and doctors, and The Military of Defence
encouraged police officers to sign too. The Hampton Trust’s pledge represents the
vital steps forward and making those all-important first steps in encouraging people to

recognise abuse and to stand against it.

As well as obtaining pledges, The Hampton Trust also arranged a variety of helpful
and informative events across the country, with one of the first on their busy schedule
being at MKG Southampton, a martial arts centre.
On Saturday 9th November, The Hampton Trust collaborated with the centre to host a
self-defence class for local women and teenagers.

For more information on the White Ribbon Campaign or Hampton Trust
in particular visit the sites below.

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Bournemouth U3A has 1100 members and runs over 130 interest groups for retired and semi-retired residents in all
areas of Bournemouth, Boscombe and Southbourne.
35 of our interest groups are located in the Moordown Community Centre, Coronation Avenue, Bournemouth BH9 1TW.
At the date of going to press the following groups still had vacancies:

Cards & Games Bridge for Improvers- Fridays 2.00-4.00 pm
History Chess – Improvers Fridays 12.10-1.40 pm
Languages The BBC Sound Archives- Tuesdays 2.00-3.30 pm
Music & Singing Wellington in the Peninsular- Wednesday 11.00-12.30 pm
German Continuation- Mondays 11.00-12.30 pm
Academic Recorder Ensemble- Tuesdays 10.00-11.30 am, Recorders for Improvers- Tuesdays 12.00-13.30
Music – Little and Large- Monday 2.00-3.30 pm
A Musical Game of Two Halves- Tuesdays 2.30-4.00 pm
French Music in the 20th Century- Friday 2.00-3.30 pm
Enjoying Opera-Tuesdays 10.30-12.00 am
Opera DVDs on TV-Wednesday 2.30-4.00 pm
From Ur to Jerusalem/The Oldest Stories ever told- Tuesdays 10.15-11.45 am Alternate weeks
The Evolution of the Abrahamic Religions- Thursdays 2.00-3.30 pm
Renaissance- Dawn of the World- Wednesdays 10.30-12.00 am
Philosophy for Today: Life, the Universe and Everything- Thursdays 10.30-12.00 am
A Look at Science- Thursday 10.15-11.45 am
Geology-How the Planet works-Thursdays 10.00-1130 am Spring Term: Life and Time

Another 15 groups are located in Westbourne at the library and 42 in the Friends Meeting House, Boscombe.
Bournemouth U3A restarts week commencing 6th January and ends 22nd June 2020.

We are always looking for people to lead groups for Art, Cards and other Games, Crafts and Hobbies, Exercise (particularly
T’ai Chi and Yoga) in all areas of Bournemouth, Boscombe and Southbourne. The most popular groups which are over-
subscribed are mainly the less academic ones although new leaders for any subject old or new are always welcomed. Groups
can be run in a variety of locations including leaders’ homes.
Membership of the U3A costs £48 per year which now entitles you to join any number of groups. This works out at less

than 40p per session.

Are you or do you know someone who could lead an interest group, either by starting a second one of an existing
group or for an entirely new subject?
(To run a group, the Member's annual subscription fee would not apply) All group leaders are unpaid volunteers, but a

price cannot be put on what they gain from the fun and friendship that they find in their groups.

The Coffee Club meets regularly at different location in the Bournemouth area the next being at The Westbourne
Hotel, 45 Poole Road, BH4 9DN at 10.30 am on Tuesday 28th January followed by one at Beales Department Store
(5th Floor Restaurant) at 10.30 am on Tuesday 18th February so why not come along and meet and chat with some
of Bournemouth U3A’s very friendly members you will be made very welcome.

For more information please contact:
BOURNEMOUTH U3A, c/o St James Institute, 33a Stourfield Road, Bournemouth BH5 2AR.
By phone: 01202 420700 on weekdays between 10.00 – 12.00 am.
By email: [email protected] Website:

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Da-Vito 25

Experience a piece of Italy without even leaving
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atmosphere and soul soothing Italian cuisine, you’ll feel
right at home at Da Vito Ristorante Italiano, making it the

perfect place for a family meal.

Start off with an antipasti like
the calamari fritti before moving

on to the main affair.

We recommend the Tortelli Cinghiale...
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Derek J.Rolls

Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

Is print advertising for estate agents dead and buried?

The printing industry is in the midst of a decline as digital products and services
displace printed materials, which is why there has been an increase in the number of
firms, including estate agents, diverting a greater proportion of their marketing budgets
from traditional print media to online publications.

The change in the way consumers behave and now consume content is reflected by
the fact that more than 95% of property searches now start online - contributing
significantly to the huge success achieved by the major property portals, such as
Rightmove and OnTheMarket, and explains why most estate agents now receive the
bulk of their sales leads online.

But while the traditional printing market has continued to decline, reports of the ‘death
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in the way people communicate with one another, the fact is that many people do still
prefer to consume content via print, rather than screen or device.

A survey of over 10,700 consumers was commissioned by Two Sides and carried out
by leading research company Toluna, revealing a strong preference for print when it
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Some 78% of people in the UK prefer to read content in print, such as a magazine,
while 72% of respondents believe reading a printed book is more enjoyable than
reading a book on an electronic device.

The study also found that 78% of Britons do not pay attention to most online adverts,
suggesting that print ads make a better impression than digital ones. It is important that
an estate agent is able to regularly get its brand in front of local consumer’s eyes, and
there are many ways in which print can offer competitive advantages over electronic
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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.

For my most recent Doctor Who adventure I didn’t have to take
my TARDIS far - just to The Shelley Theatre in Boscombe. I went
to see the show ‘Only Fools and Boycie - An Intimate Evening with
John Challis’ to hear John tell stories about his career.
He is best known as Boycie from Only Fools and Horses but
Whovians know him as Scorby from the Fourth Doctor story
‘The Seeds of Doom’ (1976). John has fond memories of filming
the show just down the road at Athelhampton House in Dorset.
Behind the scenes he and the actors would do impressions and
Tom Baker asks John to do his Jimmy Stewart whenever he sees
him. Despite playing a villain John would love to play the Doctor
and has written to the BBC to ask if he can have a go.

My favourite anecdote was when he spoke about performing Twelfth Night on-stage - during the
1966 World Cup Final! Throughout the performance the actors were secretly watching the match on
a TV under the stage. Just before the last scene someone whispered in John’s ear ‘they’ve levelled’
and the whole stage changed atmosphere.
The Shelley Theatre has its own special link to The Doctor. The building is part of Boscombe Manor
and was built for Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein, based on her home in Italy. Sadly she
died before it was completed and it was inhabited by her son Percy Florence Shelley. The theatre
was originally opened in 1870.

The Shelleys’ link to Doctor Who is that Mary Shelley was a companion of the Eighth Doctor!
All their adventures took place off screen but you can listen to them as audio plays, with Paul
McGann playing the Eighth Doctor and Julie Cox playing Mary. Mary met the Doctor in Switzerland

in 1816 and saw him come back from the dead. This inspired
her to write Frankenstein! After that she travelled through time
and space with the Doctor, where she encountered Cybermen,
travelled to the 21st Century and even witnessed the Battle of
Hastings. It is also rumoured that the Doctor will meet Mary
again very soon in the new TV series.
John was privileged to perform at The Shelley Theatre and I
found the evening very enjoyable and insightful. If you would
like to see his show for yourself, John will performing at The
Barrington Theatre in Ferndown on May 30th. Thanks for
reading and I wish you a Happy 2020, goodbye!

If you would like to read about my other Doctor Who adventures please check out my blog.
Thanks for reading, goodbye!

Tom Project Indigo --

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then built another one, costing a further £35,000 in case Prince Phillip needed

to go at the same time. Neither toilet was required.

The idea of separate toilet cubicles is a relatively modern idea. The civilised
Romans for example used to sit down together in large groups.

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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
Next meeting > 2pm Tuesday 28th January

Guest speaker - Jackie Lucas
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Further details from our secretary,
Margaret, on 01202 512543

St Albans Garden Club

Next meeting > 12.30pm Monday 20th January
New Year Lunch

Further details from Margaret, Tel: 01202 512543

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at our morning group at
Moordown Community Centre, Coronation Avenue.

invite you to join us from 10.00am until 12 noon on the third Tuesday of each month,

We have interesting talks and activities and you will be part of our
National Townswomen’s Guild, which organises outings and group events throughout the year.

Further information from
Tina: 01202 240247 email: [email protected] or Ann: 07971 729816

Throop WI

Monthly on the 1st Friday at 1:45pm
Muscliff Community Centre
Shillingstone Drive BH9 3LR

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Victoria Park Methodist
Amateur Drama Group

(by Peter Gordon)

The play introduces the inept and bungling Inspector Pratt, who
battles against the odds and his own incompetence to solve the
murder of the house’s owner. It soon becomes clear that the murderer
isn’t finished yet; will the miscreant be unmasked before everyone
else has met their doom or will the audience die laughing first?

February 19th, 20th & 21st - 7.30pm
February 22nd - 2.30pm

Victoria Park Methodist Church Hall
Edgehill Road, Winton, BH9 2QG

Programmes/tickets : Please call 01202 520482
£8.00 adults - £4.00 students (in full time education)

We have good access for wheel chair users but request advance notice
in order to re-arrange the seating.

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Brain Power

1: Four couples were having a night out and over drinks they started chatting about the

improvements they had made to their homes over the summer.
Gerry had not recently had a new bathroom. Margot had not yet done her kitchen, but
perhaps would update it next. Tommy, who is married to Alice, had not had a new patio.
Suzy delighted in showing photographs of her new conservatory. Neither Ricky nor Vince
had a new kitchen. Kathy had not had a new patio. Gerry, who also had not had a new patio,
is not married to Suzy and Ricky is not married to Margot.
Each couple had only had one piece of work done each, and each had a different type of
work done.
What are the names of each couple and what work had they had done to their homes?

2: Two families set off from their campsite at the same time to travel to the next site by the
same route. The first car travels at 50mph whilst the second drives at 45mph. The first car
stops for fuel after 35 miles. How long does it take for the second car to catch them up?

3: A love-struck young lad has been saving coins to buy the girl of his dreams a card and
flowers for Valentines Day. Totting up the money he has £25.80 made up of four different
types of coins and coincidentally there are the same quantity of each coin, the largest
denomination of them being £1.
How many of each coin is there and what are the denominations?

4: Cannibals ambush a safari in the jungle and capture three men.

The cannibals give the men a single chance to escape uneaten.

The captives are lined up in order of height, and are tied to stakes. The man in the rear can
see the backs of his two friends, the man in the middle can see the back of the man in front,
and the man in front cannot see anyone.
The cannibals show the men five hats.
Three of the hats are black and two of the hats are white.

Blindfolds are then placed over each man’s eyes and a hat is placed on each man’s head. The
two hats left over are hidden. The blindfolds are then removed and it is said to the men that
if any one of them can guess what colour hat he is wearing they can all leave unharmed.

The man who can see both of his friends’ hats but not his own says, “I don’t know”.
The middle man who can only see the hat of the man in front says, “I don’t know”.
The front man, even though he cannot see anybody’s hat says “I know!”

How did he know the colour of his hat and what colour was it? Answers on page 44

During a visit to Trinity College Cambridge, Queen Victoria was walking
near the river Cam, which was at that time, basically an open sewer.

Seeing lots of bits of paper floating along the river surface the Queen asked
the Master of Trinity what they were. Thinking quickly, Dr Whewell replied,

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“Bourne2Sing” Male Voice Choir

The Choir sings at a variety of local venues for Charities and Good Causes and since its
inception on the 4th February 2013 has raised in excess of £29,000.

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.

29th February: - Verwood Methodist Church, Vicarage Road, Verwood BH31 6DR
(Return Visit) In Aid Of Fund Raising For Church Renovations
21st March: - St John’s Church, Broadstone BH18 8AR
(Return Visit) In Aid Of Fund Raising for The Church
25th April: - St Mark’s Church, Highcliffe BH23 5AB
(Return Visit) In Aid Of Fund Raising For The Church
15th May: - The Hub Theatre, Verwood BH31 7QE

(Return Visit) In Aid Of Fund Raising For Verwood Day Care Centre
13th June: - Blandford Parish Church, Blandford Forum DT11 7DW

In Aid Of Fund Raising For “The Big Church Project”
11th July: - Bournemouth Blind Society Victoria Park, Moordown BH9 2RB

(Return Visit) In Aid Of Fund Raising For The Society
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In Aid Of Fund Raising For Salisbury Hospice Charity
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In Summer 2020 I will be travelling to Ecuador with a group of
children from Glenmoor and Winton Academies. Whilst there I
will be volunteering within the local community with projects like;
building reliable water systems and toilet systems that will help
tackle the poor sanitation and lack of water. Building a community
and children’s centre and helping out in the communities organic
and ethnobotanical* garden and tree nursery. (*focus on region’s
plants and their traditional and practical, often medicinal uses)

This amazing opportunity costs £4500, so far I have raised
£2945 through friends, family, selling sites, birthday and
Christmas pennies, a weekly tuck shop at Guides, attending
school fayres, car boots and a ‘Race for Ecuador event’
supported by friends, family and a number of local business
sponsors; Connects Scaffolding, Binnies Café, Soutars Fine
Meats, ALC Jobs, Dolphin Brewery and Oakmedians RFC. At
school we are organising a mufti day, a tuck shop and a stall for
our Christmas Fayre and as a family we are thinking of an event
to host in the New Year.

For me, taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh program, allowed me to realize the impact
that individuals like myself can have on local communities and further afield which in turn
has inspired me to participate in this expedition. I am excited to immerse myself and learn
from a new culture and country. I am passionate about making sure future generations
can enjoy the beautiful places the world has to offer so being given the opportunity to
replant hundreds of trees back into the lungs of the Earth, the Amazon rainforest is truly
remarkable. I also strongly believe all children should have access to education and by
helping to build a community school for one of the most deprived areas of Ecuador I am
humbled to be helping provide opportunities for their children’s futures.

This expedition is also extremely important to me because I feel it will develop me as a
person. I am 100% positive this expedition will build my confidence in all areas. I have a
desire to make friendships with people from all over the world and from many different

walks of life. I also want to improve my knowledge and
understanding of the human impact on our planet and see
what changes we can all make to reduce this. I think this
expedition will provide me with an incredible opportunity
to meet and talk to the local people about their culture and
gain knowledge of the challenges they face day to day.

Thank you for taking the time to read about my reasons
behind wanting to take this trip and the efforts I am making
to fundraise for it.

If you would like to sponsor me or donate to my fundraising I would be very grateful.
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A few years ago, I decided to visit my sister who was living in
France. I typically assumed that most French people would speak English.

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this included the ticket inspector on the train. He punched my ticket, then

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nodded from time to time to show him that I was interested.

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Travel Feature - 39

Iconic Australia By Mags Addison

Happy New Year to all readers of this magazine. And the question
on all our minds at this time of year … is what will 2020 bring us,
especially in our travels.
Those on my new Australia Specialist page on Face Book page will
have seen posts on Australia.
Mags Addison Australia Specialist @magsaddisonAussieTC

Taken from my recent specialist training trip there. I’ve shared some
amazing footage on there, from my own visit (the highlight was
climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge) and places we visited like Perth and Rottnest Island, Byron Bay in
NSW, and down to Sydney. Also, I share information based from knowledge of previous visits I’ve made
like Broome in Western Australia. Or Adelaide in South Australia and the wineries in the Barossa Valley,
like Jacobs Creek. In Adelaide I’ve eaten on board, and toured the Ghan, before she took off up to the
Red Centre and Darwin. And seen the Indian Pacific before she headed across the breadth of Australia to
Perth. One day I’d love to travel on one of these iconic trains.
I’ve stayed on Kangaroo Island, and saw Koalas living in the wild, plus Kangaroos and Wallaby’s
roaming free, and the various Seals and birdlife nestling on the shoreline. One year it was cosmopolitan
Melbourne, and the Great Ocean Road with the Twelve Apostles. Another a memorable trip was to Cooper
Pedy, The Finders Ranges, and the Outback. Also, Darwin at the top end, and it’s rich pearling history,
fabulous sunsets, and outdoor cinemas. I’ll be extending this feed in 2020, with memories from my various
trips with tips and hints.
Because of this, January and February are when my clients look ahead to their trips down under. Those
future bookings will be for the end of this year into next year – mainly because flights are now slotting
in 11 months in advance - and because people like to book ahead and to plan. Whether it’s to visit loved
ones, stop on route to New Zealand, or take in new areas of this vast Continent. Maybe to take a once in
a lifetime dream trip far afield.
A newer but popular theme now is cruising from Australia – some clients of mine flew out there, did a few
days in Sydney, took a cruise to the Fiji Islands, and visited friends in Perth on the way home. They also
had wheelchair assistance at the airports – so really everything is possible these days. One thing I would
say about Australia is that it’s huge, and impossible to see everything on one visit, even if you do go for a
month, or a couple of months. It is possible with modern travel to make
a few separate trips of 2-3 weeks in duration spread over a few years,
exploring a different part each time. Breaking it down to more bite sized
So, it doesn’t matter whether you are first time visitor, or have been many
times, Australia will always delight and surprise you and I can tailor an
itinerary to suit you.

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The spirit of Christmas was clear to see at Fairmile Grange care home in Christchurch last month.
Residents from the local area, the care home team and family members joined the care home residents and
enjoyed live music, carol-singing and a buffet accompanied with a festive tipple.
The Deputy Mayor of Christchurch, Cllr Sue Bungey and husband Cllr Colin Bungey of BCP Council were
also on hand to officially start the Christmas celebrations. The care home team decorated the care home with a
large, outdoor Christmas tree, tinsel and lights in preparation for the big switch on.

The popular residential, nursing and dementia care home is based in the grounds of Christchurch Hospital off
Fairmile Road and can accommodate 80 residents.
Switching on the Christmas lights, the Deputy Mayor of Christchurch, Cllr Sue Bungey said: “We’re honoured

to officially turn on the Christmas lights. We can’t praise the work of
Fairmile Grange care home enough. It’s such a great idea bringing the
families of residents and the team all together to celebrate.”
Fairmile Grange is part of the Encore family that includes Great Oaks
care home in Bournemouth and Oakdale care home in Poole.
The local group also manages Hamble Heights in Fareham, Hampshire.

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

Well here we are again in January. As I write this in November it is very wet and I am knee deep in Oak
leaves. It has been like this for a week or so and I expect it will continue for a further month.
January is the time to get ready and get started on your annual gardening plan, so here are a list of jobs
too be getting on with. Do wrap up and try to keep dry.
• Recycle your Christmas tree by shredding it for mulch if you can. At this stage I don’t know if our
BCP Council are collecting them but do check before putting yours out with the dustbin.
• If you did not clean your pots before putting them away for winter. Now is the time to get them
cleaned for Spring. A good wash in Jeyes fluid before you use the mixture to sterilise the floor of your
greenhouse usually does the trick.
• If you have not prepared all the vacant plots then you should dig them over now, covering or digging
in compost as you go.
• Have a look at the lawn and brush over any worm casts to distribute the soil.
• Do check your stored tubers of Dahlias, Begonias and Canna for frost damage, rot or drying out.
• Now is the time to prune Apples & Pears. As this is a subject on its own do refer to the books or the
internet for detailed advice.
• You can now start forcing Rhubarb if you like it Pink and young. You must have more than one plant
and do not force the same plant every year, they need a rest. We use a Chimney Pot and a terra cotta
saucer for ours. It does the same job but is much cheaper.
• Draw up your 3 year crop rotation plan to avoid repeated plant diseases.
• Check which plots and produce need compost and which do not. Plants such as the Onion and
Brassica families do not like a rich soil.

If you like gardening and are interested in joining a friendly group of Allotmenteers? Come to North
Bournemouth Allotment Society in Cornelia Road, Wallisdown. The site is open every Saturday and
Sunday morning 10.00 to 12.00 throughout the year, when Teas, Coffee, Savouries and cakes are available.

We have a really good social activity programme should you want to take part.

So in January we were preparing and now in February we must get going. But do remember gardening
is supposed to be a recreational activity. You will be no good for the garden or yourself if you go
headlong in without warming up your muscles a bit before you start. So do some walking up and down,
swinging your arms and a few bends. Wrap up warm. You can always take a layer off if you get too hot.
• Prepare your seed bed and sow some vegetables under cover.
• If you have some ground cover material and you want to warm up a
piece of ground prior to sowing. Do it now but be sure to peg it down
to prevent it blowing away.
• Start chitting your seed potatoes.
• Well if you have not sown your Broad Beans by now, you must.
• If you have some plastic sheeting/ netting you can protect,
Nectarines, Apricot and Peach blossom from the hungry birds.
• If you had any winter flowering shrubs, now is the time to prune
them back.
• On the subject of Pruning, you should also have a go at the following: Wisteria, Bougainvillea (if you
are lucky enough to have one), hardy evergreen or overgrown hedges before the birds start nesting. If
you don’t do it now you might well have to wait until May when all the chicks have flown the nest.
• If you want your Snowdrops to spread more quickly now is the time to split them. You can also plant
new bulbs in the lawn if you wish.
• If you have and ornamental deciduous grasses you should give them a good haircut. With gloves on to
avoid cutting yourself pull your fingers through the plant to remove any dead bits

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