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The Local Eye - Issue 128 - June 2016

Local
The






Issue Eye JUNE 2016

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



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*Ballet & Modern

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A *Adults

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D ANGLO DANCE STUDIOS

A 93a Chatsworth Road

N Bournemouth BH8 8SN

C Tel: 01202 514551

E www.anglodance.co.uk


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Welcome to the June issue of e local Eye
Amazingly we are nearly halfway through the year, but with the best of
the weather yet to come... hopefully!
e Local Eye is delivered free to an alternating selection of around
13,000 homes and businesses in Bournemouth, mainly through the
Charminster, Queens Park, Moordown, Ensbury Park, Redhill, Winton,
Muscliff e & Strouden Park districts.

If you would still like to obtain a copy when it is not your regular month,
copies are available at 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, several laundrettes in Charminster, Moordown & Winton
as well as e Richmond Park Bowls Club in Charminster and the
Bournemouth Indoor Bowling Club, Kings Park.
(If you’d like to be included in one of these locations please do contact
me, all details are below)
Until next month,

Chris

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

Be a winner this
summer with reliable
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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 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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Hi Bob, the sizes are 128ml x 190ml

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June 2016 History Spotlights...


Judy Garland (June 10, 1922 - June 22, 1969)
Born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, Judy was actually named Frances Ethel
Gumm after her father (Francis “Frank” Gumm) and mother (Ethel Milne). Her
parents were former vaudeville performers who bought a theater and settled
in Grand Rapids. She was the third of three girls: Mary Jane (nicknamed Susie,
variously spelled “Suzy”) was born in 1915, and Dorothy Virginia (nicknamed
Jimmie) was born in 1917. Frances was nicknamed “Baby”, and was known as
Baby Gumm until 1934 when she changed her name to Judy.
Through a career that spanned 45 of her 47 years, Garland attained
international stardom as an actress in both musical and dramatic roles, as a
recording artist and on the concert stage.
After appearing in vaudeville with her sisters, Garland was signed to Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer as a teenager. There she made over two dozen films, including
nine with Mickey Rooney, and the film with which she would be most identified, The Wizard of Oz (1939).
Oz is certainly Judy’s best remembered film today (it has been seen by more people than any other film
ever made), but many of her films have become classics and now rank among the best movie musicals ever
made, including Meet Me in St. Louis, Easter Parade, The Harvey Girls, A Star Is Born, In the Good Old
Summertime and The Pirate.
Despite her professional triumphs, Garland battled personal problems throughout her life. Insecure about
her appearance, her feelings were compounded by film executives
who told her she was unattractive and overweight. Plied with
drugs to control her weight and increase her productivity, Garland
endured a decades-long struggle with addiction. Garland was
plagued by financial instability, often owing hundreds of thousands
of dollars in back taxes. Married five times, four of her marriages
ended in divorce. She attempted suicide on a number of occasions.
Garland died of an accidental drug overdose at the age of forty-
seven, leaving children Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft.


Jacques-Yves Cousteau (June 11, 1910 - June 25, 1997)
Jacques Cousteau was and still probably is the most famous undersea explorer in
the world, known by his dozens of books and films from the 1950s until his death
in 1997.
He served in the Navy as an officer during the mid ‘30s and revolutionized
underwater exploration when he invented the Self Contained Underwater
Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA - also known as the aqualung). Cousteau also
pioneered techniques in underwater photography and explored the oceans of the world aboard his vessel
Calypso. His filmmaking career included three Oscars, frequent television specials and the series, The
Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966). In his later years Cousteau devoted himself to educating the
public on environmental issues, and working with the Cousteau Foundation, founded in 1973 to further
marine research and exploration.
Birthdays This Month Include...
Tom Jones
Suzi Quatro Angelina Jolie 7th June 1940
3rd June 1950 4th June 1975




Mel Brooks Bjorn Borg Prince William
28th June 1926 6th June 1956 21st June 1982
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SUDOKU


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

Simples!
You solve the puzzle with
reasoning and logic,
there’s no maths involved
and no adding up.
It’s challenging.
It’s addictive!
It’s fun.
(Solution on page 38)




Charminster Afternoon Townswomens Guild
There will not be a regular meeting this month as we shall be
attending the AGM at the BIC

Further details from our secretary, Margaret, on 01202 512543
INCREDIBLE ANAGRAMS

TONY BLAIR MP > I’M TORY PLAN B
MICHAEL HESELTINE > ELECT HIM, HE’S ALIEN
DAME AGATHA CHRISTIE > I AM A RIGHT DEATH CASE
BENSON AND HEDGES > NHS BEEN A GODSEND
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA > VARIANT RIVAL TO A MAN
DESPERATION > A ROPE ENDS IT
THE MORSE CODE > HERE COME DOTS
A DECIMAL POINT > I’M A DOT IN PLACE
ELEVEN PLUS TWO > TWELVE PLUS ONE
MOTORWAY SERVICE STATION > I EAT CORONARY VOMIT STEWS
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME > O MY TERRIBLE DRAINS BELOW
AND FINALLY....
To be or not to be, that is the question. Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the
slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.
is an anagram of...........
In one of the bards best thought of tragedies, our insistent hero Hamlet queries on
two fronts about how life turns rotten.

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Dog Walkers
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In The
Bournemouth Area
Tailored to you and your dogs needs, we
provide a bespoke dog walking and care
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Tel: 01202 468978
Mbl: 07775 905263
Email: [email protected]
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BOURNEMOUTH
VETERINARY CLINIC

Is your household on benefits
or low income?
Are you a pensioner on pension credit?

If so, you may be entitiled to low cost
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For more information on how to
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01202 526520

144 Richmond Park Road
Bournemouth, BH8 8TW
Mon-Fri 10am-4pm

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WINTON WOOL SHOP

CARLY‛S CRAFTS



NORO ~ DEBBIE BLISS ~ PATONS ~ RICO
STYLECRAFT ~ SIRDAR ~ ROWAN ~ KING COLE
“I can’t believe another year has gone by and Carly’s Crafts is now 7!
The interest in crafting, particularly crochet, still seems to be increasing and it’s nice to
see so many young mums and students taking up these traditional hobbies.
Carly again did the Race for Life and the customers and members of the knitting groups
were very kind in sponsoring her.

Knit alongs and crochet alongs are still popular. The Martin Storey knit along blanket
should soon be in the window the Stylecraft have just released their new Crochet Along
for the Year, again by Jane Crowfoot - Frida’s Flowers - leafl ets available in store.
Knitted socks are also the 2016 “must have” and we have some lovely varigated yarns
to keep your feet warm.
Our best source of advertising still remains The Local Eye.
Anyone mentioning The Local Eye in May or June this year will get a 7% discount on all
full price items, to celebrate the 7th anniversary - thanks Chris”
Shop 1, 1a Cardigan Road
We also stock a wide range of (road opposite Lidl),
Needles and Accessories plus a
seating area where you can browse Winton, BH9 1BJ
our extensive Pattern selection. 01202 512106
Delivery Service available






The Moordown Traders Association are an enthusiastic group of business
owners from the Moordown community who have come together to promote
local trade and raise the profi le of Moordown as a shopping and business
destination, to support local traders and enhance local businesses.
We meet regularly, work voluntarily and liaise closely with the Bournemouth
Chamber of Trade & Commerce (BCTC), Bournemouth Council, elected
Members and local media to ensure that the Moordown trading district is
represented in a positive light.
The Moordown Traders Association meet monthly between 6pm-8pm
upstairs at the Moordown Conservative Club in Balfour Road.
All Moordown traders & businesses are welcome.
Come along, air your views and meet other local business people.
Drinks available at the bar and sandwiches are provided for the peckish.
Next meeting dates are:
Tuesday 21st June / Tuesday 19th July
For more information visit: www.more2moordown.com
One day a rather inebriated ice fi sherman drilled a hole in the ice and
peered into the hole, and as he did a loud voice said,
“There are no fi sh down there.” He walked several yards away and drilled
another hole and peered into the hole and again the voice said, “There’s
no fi sh down there.” He then walked about 20 yards away and drilled another
hole and again the voice said, “There’s no fi sh down there.”
He looked up into the sky and asked, “God, is that you?”
“No, you idiot,” the voice said, “it’s the skating rink manager.”
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Travel Feature -

There’s a cruise for everyone... By Mags Addison
They say variety is the spice of life and that’s never been more important
than in today’s cruising world. From my previous pieces I’ve spoken how
cruising is so popular and one of the fastest growing areas of travel. And
so it continues in 2016 with more new ships than ever being launched, both
large and small, with new itineraries, new features, and new areas of the
world being available that you can cruise to, and perhaps most importantly,
more activities and experiences you can try on a cruise. This means, more
culture, more adventure, culinary experiences, bigger and better spas,
and more choice. It is now an era of cruising for all ages, all budgets, all interests; for family, couples, groups of
friends, singles, trying adventure holidays, relaxation, sightseeing, or learning something new. Today’s cruises sail to
most continents and oceans - anything from the Arctic to Antarctic. The questions are; where do you want to go, and
is there a cruise that will give you what you want? Think of somewhere far flung and exotic, and there is probably
a cruise line going there.
Cruise ships are still getting bigger; they are floating resorts, which surpass anything that came before. Already this
year already we have had two of Royal Caribbean’s super fleet come into Southampton to showcase the sheer size
and variety of innovations: Ovation of the Seas, and recently Harmony of the Seas. These are like floating cities,
with a multitude of shops, restaurants, attractions and activities on board.
But not everyone wants to sail on such big ships, so there are with plenty of smaller more intimate vessels who
advertise they can pull into ports where the bigger ships can’t get into, or offer perhaps more adventure cruising to
remote spots like the Galapagos Islands, or jungle trekking in the Amazon. So it’s not all about size, but the right
type of holiday for you. It’s the different experiences the world of cruising offers today that’s accelerating and is
exciting.
The boundaries are opening up – whereas for years we’ve been able to sail sedately to places like the Norwegian
Fjords, now you can sail up to the Arctic and witness the midnight sun. Or take a Northern Lights coastal voyage -
this wintertime phenomena (Aurora Borealis) is now on most people’s bucket list – and a cruise is one way to see it.
You can also take exploration voyages to South America, Greenland, Iceland and Canada.
Japan is now a very popular area to cruise. So are Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Fiji, and New Guinea. There
are many ways to see the Med with a host of family activities, plus wellness experiences like jogging, biking and
kayaking, and luxury cruises with added excursions to likes of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix to experience.
River cruising has increased tremendously, and offers itineraries not just for Europe, but the Far East, China, South
America. They offer wine themed cruises or a selection of hiking and guided biking tours. Yoga, art history, jazz
and photography are popular on themed sailings on the Star Clipper -
rigged sailing ships. The UK is popular with some cruise lines, with vessels
circumnavigating all, or parts, of our own coastal waters.
So it’s interesting times to come, with new technology, better service,
standards, and a host of new destinations to explore. Enjoy sailing!

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

0845 058 7812
[email protected] Travel Counsellors ensures complete
www.travelcounsellors.co.uk/margaret.addison financial protection on every booking
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Isn’t there
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Could you use some help with your Cleaning, Ironing or Both?


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Meyrick Rise Care Home




Experience a new approach to care

Everything we do at Meyrick Rise is designed to make every day the best
it can be. Our superb newly refurbished home and specialist approach
to personal care, recreational activities and quality food and dining
all create a welcoming and friendly environment for our residents
and their families.
• Residential • Nursing • Respite care

As well as long-term placements, we offer the same quality care for
short-term respite – ideal for rest and a little extra help when you need it.
To arrange a visit to see for yourself, please call
the Home Manager on 01202 983854.

Meyrick Rise Care Home
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Take care of your feet... Wearing sandals


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

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

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

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

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





A H PARFITT
CHIROPODIST / PODIATRIST
STATE REGISTERED
HPC REGISTERED 533-535 WIMBORNE ROAD
WINTON BH9 2AP
Tel: 01202 528942

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Do you wish you had nicer or trouble free teeth ?
It is never too late to get help.
If you have dental problems and have been putting
off a visit, why not call us or pop in for a chat.
Modern dentistry can work wonders.


RICHARD J HULL B.D.S & ANGELOS SIDERIS Dip.D.S.

854 Wimborne Road, Moordown, Bournemouth, BH9 2DS
www.854dentalhealth.com [email protected]


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Tel. 07971 795740 Berry Hill Farm, 185 Muscliffe Lane, Throop,
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We are a local charity
supporting blind and partially

sighted people to remain
independent within the

community


Sight loss can happen to anyone,
at any age, at any time

There are about 2 million people living with sight loss in the UK
An estimated 6,500 live within the borough of Bournemouth

Our services include a Sight & Hearing Resource Centre,
Emotional Support, Assistive Technology Tuition,
Visual Awareness Training, Befriending, Daily Activities,
Archery & Walking Groups



As a small self-funding charity, we rely on fundraising
to support our services.
Why not join us for one of these events
during the summer months:

Saturday 18th June - Quiz Night
(7.30pm - £9 includes Fish & Chips supper)

Saturday 2nd July - ‘Joy Filled Summer’s Evening’
A Concert by Wessex Chorus
(7.30pm - £5. Refreshments on sale during interval)

Saturday 27th August - Summer Dance
(7.30pm - £10 includes Food)

Call us on 01202 546644
for more information or to buy tickets



5 Victoria Park Road, Bournemouth Dorset BH9 2RB
www.bournemouthblindsociety.uk Charity No 1114570 Charity No 1114570

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Polishing in the Bournemouth area for over 30 years!

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Why buy new when you can have your old quality furniture
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For a free quotation please call JIM PRICE

Tel: 01202 529910 Mobile: 07855 044732

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Derek J.Rolls




ASK THE EXPERT

Q....Why do agents’ fees vary so much?

A.... This question really goes to the very heart of what estate agency is all about.
Many people believe that all agents do the same job – and when you ask them what
they think that job is, they will generally say something like: “estate agents sell
houses.”

Now, on one level, one could argue that this is tantamount to saying that all doctors
and nurses do the same job, which is “to make people better.” It might be true, after a
fashion, but it’s far from being the whole story.

But in any case, I would be inclined to go a lot further and argue that estate agents
don’t really sell houses at all! Given the right asking price, and sufficient market
exposure, houses more or less sell themselves.

Nor is this just playing with words. The simple fact is that neither I, nor any other
estate agent I have ever met, can “sell” a house to someone who doesn’t want to buy
it. In exactly the same way, no estate agent can guarantee to achieve a higher price for
your home than anyone else.

OK, so what do estate agents do? I would say that we sell a service – and not just
any service, but a complex, multi-layered service, demanding a whole range of skills,
knowledge and experience, which we utilise as facilitators to shepherd the highly
complicated process of property sales through to a successful conclusion, with the
minimum of stress to all parties.

Or at least, that’s what the best agents do. In this business, as in any other, you
generally get what you pay for. The fact is, all agents do not do the same job – and that
is why fees vary. Cheap agents will always cut corners on service – because they have
to in order to survive. And, when it comes to selling your most prized asset, why risk
spoiling such a valuable ship for a ha’porth of tar?

The final point I would make in answer to your question is simply this: just imagine the
outcry, and the accusations of price-fixing that would start flying around, if all estate
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You may have seen us, but have you met us?
Derek Rolls...
One of the area’s most known and respected Estate Agents. Selling property
locally for over 30 years. Much business is from recommendation and most
of you will have either instructed Derek or know somebody whom he has
helped to move home! Derek has a very valued and sought after opinion on
the local market having experienced and worked through all it can throw. A
charitable chap who devotes much of his spare time to organisations helping
to help others. Currently, one of the sponsors of Moordown Bowls Club, we
are very proud to support a truly local Moordown club, a great community
facility involving many local residents.

Wendy Rolls...
We couldn’t do it without Wendy’s support. Mum and self proclaimed
C.E.O! From a Banking and Finance background fulfilling the admin role
and basically runs the place! Wendy will be there for anybody if needed
especially for those with four legs and a tail. As well as handling the day to
day challenges of a successful estate agency Wendy is voluntarily involved
with local animal search concerns. Her main passion is Dorset Search
Dogs and she’s training hard to raise funds for them in the 2016 London
Marathon. Currently working towards getting Giant Schnauzer, Hattie,
operational as a search dog to find missing persons (and even lost estate
agents) throughout the area.

Martin Traves...
Lives locally and devoted to the industry for 30 years (catching up with
Derek). Worked with a corporate agent and 10 years for a local independent
company. We were thrilled to have Martin join us just over 2 years ago and
he is a vital part of our small team. He has sold more than a few thousand
properties over the years for families, companies, solicitor recommendations
and helped to build investment portfolios. There’s not much goes on he
doesn’t know about. Spare time, volunteers for Bournemouth Lifeguard
Corps, teaches rookie Lifeguards, a qualified beach Lifeguard/Rescue Boat
Crew, doesn’t need too much encouragement to get wet.
We are a very busy agency but always have time for anybody
wanting to sell or buy probably their most valuable asset.
Honest straightforward advice.
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3: A retired man in New Milton owns a beautiful pear tree. He supplies fruit to a
nearby grocery store. The store owner has called the man to see how much fruit is
available for him to purchase. The man has worked out that the main trunk has 24
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Hi everyone my name is Royal and I’m a 2yr old American
Bulldog Cross and I’m looking for my forever home. I will
need a strong owner as I’m quite a strong boy who loves
to play, especially with a tennis ball. I’m very well behaved
and love to be with people and have lived in a large family
in the past, when I came into Waggy Tails I had an awful
skin problem which was possibley caused by stress and is
now being treated, so will need to kept in check. So if you
feel you are the right family for me please contact us on the
number below.

For more information on Royal or any of the other animals
in our care please contact us on 01202 875000, e-mail:
[email protected] or visit our website www.waggytails.org.uk

Coming up is our annual dog show held at West Parley Memorial Hall on the
18th June more information to come, look out for one of our Posters in the
coming weeks? As usual we will be out and about with our collecting tins in
various locations in the area so look out for our yellow tops.
Waggy Tails Rescue is a registered charity based in Dorset; we rescue
and rehome dogs that have been abandoned, neglected or otherwise
and rehome dogs that have been abandoned, neglected or otherwise
in need of a new home.
in need of a new home.
We also fi nd homes for other small furries that may be in our care,
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There is no beating the taste of truly fresh
fruit and veg especially, when it’s yours!
Gardening Tips for June
June, the fi rst real summer month and how lovely the garden lawn, fl owers and vegetables should be
looking. If you have a fi sh pond then do cover it to protect from recently fl edged young Heron. Do try to
make time to enjoy the views and perfumes.
If you fancy having a go at building some hanging baskets, now is the time to do it but do remember
that as they are subject to wind and warm on all sides daily watering and weekly feeding is essential to
maintain a wonderful display of Begonias, Geraniums, Trailing Ivy and Fuchsias.
Your fi rst picking of Strawberries will be ready, to keep them going a weekly feed of a soluble
Potassium rich fertilizer.
Always be on the lookout for predators on fruit trees, Apple, Pear,
Gooseberry and Plum fl owers are prone to Saw fl y laying their eggs. The
grubs look like caterpillars but are not. Use a Pyrethrum based concentrate
and spray, if not treated the worms will grow unnoticed inside the fruit
until you harvest them.
Have a go at growing your own herbs, you can do this in a designated area
of the garden, amongst borders or even in pots. It is a great way to obtain
the real fl avours rather than the dull tones of dried herbs. Although you
can preserve them yourself when you have an abundance. Try freezing
them fi rst in a bag, when you are ready to use them you just crush them whilst frozen and use directly in
your cooking.
Gardening Tips for July
Watering, weeding, feeding and looking forward to harvesting your various crops is the order of the day
in July, but watch out!
At this and many other times of the year it seems that every insect and pest is out to ruin your hard work
and destroy your crops and fl owers. Offering a Live & Let Live attitude is noble but often counter-
productive. Spraying can harm the good guys just as well as the bad so here is a rule of thumb that might
help you identify some of the gardeners’ enemies.
As a general rule on deciding whether a non-fl ying creature is a friend or foe is: ‘Does it move quickly?’
If so it is most likely a predator and therefore a friend. ‘If it moves slowly it is probably a plant eater and
probably not what you want to encourage. Hoverfl y, Lace wings, Ladybird adults and larvae eat their
way through thousands of aphids, mites and scaly insects. Thrushes eat copious amounts of snails so a
strategically placed stone for use as an anvil will help both you and the dwindling Thrush population.
Below are drawings of a Lace wing and the evolution of a Ladybird. There are many different colours of
Ladybirds, some are not so friendly but do not kill them as you may just be hurting one of your friends.
If you would like to visit North Bournemouth Allotments
Summer Show of Flowers and Produce mark your
calendar for Saturday 13th. August from late morning
until mid-afternoon. Take a look at our facebook page
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P O L I S H S C O T L A N D
L A H 9 P Z R N E
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T I N T C I O E
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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
Welcome to Fifteenth Century Italy - otherwise known as
Portmeirion. We are travelling back in time to visit North
Wales for the fi lming location of the Tom Baker Doctor Who
episode The Masque of Mandragora (1976).
In this classic episode, The Fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane
materialise the TARDIS in an orange grove on Earth in the
15th Century, which the Doctor describes as ‘not a pleasant
time’. This story is a historical drama which was rare for
Doctor Who at that time.
Portmeirion is located in area of Wales called Gwynedd and
is near Porthmadog. It was designed and built by the architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in
the style of an Italian village, and it is now a tourist village. Work started in 1925 and it
took 50 years for him to build this village but it was fi nished just before he died. He built it
to show how you can develop a naturally beautiful site without ruining it.
Apart from Doctor Who, Portmeirion has served as the location for many fi lms and
television shows, and is very well known as the fi lming location for the 1960s television
show The Prisoner.

A lot of time and money was spent travelling back and forth between London and North
Wales. With travelling the shoot would take 5 or 6 days and there were no motorways. It
was hard to get horses, props, costumes and make-up vans there.
To keep Portmeirion looking like 15th Century Italy the Director, Rodney Bennett, did
very selective shooting and not many panoramic movements. He used the Italianate
backgrounds and covered up bits that didn’t look right for the period. A fake catacomb
entrance was made to link the studio scenes with Portmeirion. Clough Williams-
Ellis liked the look of the ruins Temple of Demnos and asked the BBC to leave them.
Sadly they were made of polystyrene!
Jim Sangster, a TV Historian, said ‘…..we know
its Portmeirion, but actually when you are
watching it I don’t think that distracts, I don’t
think it gets in the way at all. I’m absolutely
convinced they went to Italy as far as I’m
concerned’ which proves that Portmeirion was
the most convincing place to fi lm The Masque of
Mandragora!
Portmeirion is a calm, tranquil and cool place to
visit and is worth the travel. My favourite part
was paddling in the pool in the Piazza - I was
lucky that it was sunny that day!

Thank you for reading and I hope you will join me again for my next
Doctor Who adventure.

Tom Project Indigo anadventurethroughtimeandspace.com


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Dorset Woodturners Association


We are an independent group of enthusiastic woodturners
from all walks of life and at various levels of ability
and experience. Our ages range from young to not so
young. Membership is open to both women and men. We
currently have a lady committee member. We have been
established since July 1992.
We have a Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and Committee
of six. We have, and abide by a simple constitution and
we operate within adequately funded resources. We also
have public liability insurance. A modest annual sub
covers the cost.

We do not categorise members as novices, intermediates,
or experts, we regard all as woodturners. We do not expect members to have a minimum
inventory of equipment and we have a policy of no competitive turning between
members. We pride ourselves in being a friendly group of people with a common interest
in woodturning and an enthusiastic willingness to help and learn from one another.

We arrange visits to places of interest, last summer to the Axminster Tools and
Machinery Factory and we are planning a visit to a Timber Yard at Hazelbury Bryan and
the Dorset Coppice Group in May.

We hold 12 meetings a year. These are directly or indirectly related to woodturning.
These meetings are mostly held on the first Wednesday of each month. We hold a
partners evening dinner annually to which spouses, partners, friends and relatives
are invited. Several times a year on a Saturday we invite professional woodturners of
national repute to visit us for a whole day to demonstrate woodturning techniques.
Our regular meetings begin at 7.15 p.m. and finish about
9.45 p.m. These meetings are held in the Village Hall,
Braeside Road, St Leonards Ringwood BH24 2PH. The
pictures show: professional Gary Rance, demonstrating to
us and a skilled member showing his work.

Why not try us out? It is a fascinating and rewarding hobby.
You will be made very welcome.
We always start with a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit.

For more information contact our Secretary Alex Wells
Tel: 01202 233437
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Bournemouth In Bloom

For those who have already been involved in this Annual Competition
can I direct you to entering the
Bournemouth in Bloom competition. All the entries that we have had
over the past four years have certainly been of a standard worthy of
joining in the major town Competition. To enter go to the
Bournemouth in Bloom website www.bournemouthinbloom.co.uk

Moordown has also been entered in the national
‘It’s Your Neighbourhood’ competition. We have been entered for the
past 3 years and have been awarded a certificate each year, which can
be seen in the Community Centre, however, to improve we need to
do more. Everyone can help by keeping gardens neat and colourful,
picking up litter and reporting graffiti.

Please help us to make Moordown a better and
more colourful place to live.
Best wishes for a happy and colourful summer gardening.
Cllr Sue Anderson, Moordown in Bloom Chairman
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Redhill Townswomens Guild
Hillview School, Hillview Road
7pm every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month.

We have a wide range of speakers and different 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.
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