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The Local Eye - Issue 124 - February 2016

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The Local Eye - Issue 124 - February 2016

The Local Eye - Issue 124 - February 2016


Local EyeIssue 2016

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

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Welcome to the February issue

What a very wet and windy
start to the new year it was,
continuing on from the bad
weather of 2015.
I think we should consider
ourselves very fortunate when you
realise how badly affected other
parts of the country have been.
Let’s hope that with Spring just
around the corner, and the days
getting longer, some brighter and
dryer weather may be with us.

is magazine is delivered free to an alternating selection of around
13,000 homes and businesses in Bournemouth, mainly through the
Charminster, Queens Park, Moordown, Ensbury Park, Redhill, Winton,
Muscliffe & Strouden Park districts.

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 Parfitt - 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)

I intend to continue increasing the coverage of e Local Eye over the
coming months and of course I will be looking for a lot more new
advertisers, so if you have a business you would like to let more people
know about, please get in touch.

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]

Until next month, try and keep dry!


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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6 February 2016 - 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 still 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. (Often by me!)

Birthdays This Month Include... Holly Willoughby
10th February
David Jason John Williams 1981
2nd February 8th February

1949 1932

Warwick Davis Mia Farrow June Brown
3rd February 9th February 16th February

1970 1945 1927

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Derek J.Rolls

Independent Estate Agents & Valuers


Q. With the market starting to pick up, should I put my home on the market now or wait till

A. You have no idea just how often we estate agents get asked this question whatever the
time of the year, and whatever the state of the market!
And the answer, as always, is a resounding ‘NO! You do not need to wait till Spring’

You are right insofar as the market certainly has started to pick up. In fact, the past 6-8
months have seen an almost uninterrupted flow of good, positive news. But with prices
starting to creep upwards again, does that mean the canny vendor should wait a while longer
before coming to market in order to get the best possible price? No it doesn’t!

The simple fact is that there is rarely, if ever, anything to gain from waiting before putting
your home on the market. You mention Spring and certainly the period around Easter, in
particular, is traditionally supposed to bring the buyers out in their hoards. But that very fact
also tends to attract large numbers of vendors, eager to capitalise on what they optimistically
imagine is going to be the resulting feeding frenzy.

There is a philosophical point here as well. With prices on the increase, you could
theoretically wait forever in order to get top price for your home! Indeed, the only way you
could ever be certain of having got the best possible price, in this cycle at least, would be if
you sold just before values started falling again. And unless you were extremely lucky with
your timing, that would be unlikely to happen!

The longer answer to the question is you should move home when it suits you rather than try
to play the market.

Besides which, the one thing that just about every estate agent in the land is saying at
the moment is that there is a serious shortage of properties for sale right now. Buyers are
registering in their thousands, buoyed up by growing confidence in the state of the economy
as a whole, increasing availability of a wider range of mortgage products, and continuing
low interest rates. Yet agents don’t have enough stock on their books to satisfy them.

So, my advice is: “Go for it!”

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Derek J.Rolls

Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

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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Gales solicitors is a long established Bournemouth firm 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 offering a service which is both professional
and friendly. We have built up a large client base of satisfied and loyal customers. Many of
our clients have used the firm 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

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

We also know what it is like to be fobbed off with jargon and we pride ourselves on giving
advice in straightforward English. Whether verbally or in writing we like to keep it clear
and simple.

Whether you have a simple problem or a complex case we can help. If you are looking for
representation in lengthy court proceedings, for help in making a will or house purchase or
just quick advice on your legal rights while you consider what to do we can help.

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

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Picture Box Afternoon Guild

A simple question of say what you see? We meet in the Bradpole Road
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welcome visitors who we hope may join us
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Our other activities include Trampers
BLONDE 6/10 8/10 10/10 & Eaters (when we visit nearby places of
interest and end up with lunch), skittles,
& a music afternoon (all sorts) and a Social
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Travel Feature -

2016.When is the best time to go? ... By Mags Addison

It’s cold outside. And we still have grey skies. Roll on escaping for a short while.
So while we are still in the grip of deep winter here in the UK, it’s comforting to
think ahead - towards a holiday or short break during 2016. But when is the best
time to go? What season? Matching the best time of year to various destinations
and parts of the world, is one way to get the most out of your precious holiday.
After all, why would you travel somewhere at the wrong time of year if you can
help it. So maybe this quick rundown will help, and give ideas.

January – February

This is usually the time for a sunshine holiday to escape the cold and frost here.
But bear in mind that if the sun is shining and it is hot weather somewhere – it
will be their peak season and the prices are higher. The Canaries, Cape Verde and far flung destinations like The
Caribbean, Australia, The Far East, Goa, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and also parts of Africa are ideal.
March – April

The end of our winter is in sight and places like Cyprus with its long warmer season become a good choice.
City breaks in Europe are good, when it’s less oppressive, or chilly – although watch out for the Easter crowds.
European river cruises, Holland and the tulips are pleasant at this time of year. Try far flung places like Cuba,
Mexico, India, and Sri Lanka. Although paradoxically March is a good time to see the Northern Lights in the Arctic!
Take your choice!

These are usually pleasant, warm months in the Mediterranean, and the prices in May are at their lowest for the
summer season. Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey and Egypt start to get busier now. Italy is lovely also now. Further
away, try the USA, Canada, Hawaii, Brazil or China.

So – it’s peak season, when prices start to rise along with the temperatures. All of the Med and Europe, Eastern
Europe, and the UK- have good weather now, so take your pick. This is when families have to take their annual
break because of school holidays, so prices are highest. It’s also peak time for the club scene in some of the hot
spots for young people. So, be careful which resort you book while thinking of popular Mediterranean areas.

The kids are back at school, so prices drop marginally – always a popular month for older clients.
Most of Southern Europe is still reasonably warm, so City Breaks and Touring holidays are popular. For sun spots -
usually the best bet to pick the places in the Eastern Med for more sunshine, like certain parts of Greece, and Turkey,
along with Malta and Cyprus.
November - December

Towards the end of the year, and it’s time to grab some late sunshine in the
Canaries, or Madeira. Good prices too, before the Christmas season swings in.
Late November is also the start of the Christmas Markets around the UK and
Europe – now a big part of the short break season.

I hope this has given you some ideas and insight? Happy travelling to you.

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

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Mags Addison

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financial protection on every booking
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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!


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)


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 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]

Name that band....

e Searchers - taken from a John Wayne film of the same name.
e Small Faces - all four members of the band were under 5’ 6” hence the ‘small’

part of the name and the ‘faces’ came from the mod slang for cool dudes.
Duran Duran - was a villain in the film ‘Barbarella’ which starred Jane Fonda.
ree Dog Night - derived from Australian slang for a freezing night. In the outback
on a cold night a man would need to sleep with a dog to keep warm. On a very cold
night he would need two dogs to keep him warm and three dogs on a freezing night.

Simple Minds - taken from ‘Jean Genie’ lyrics by David Bowie

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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

We are going to hop in my TARDIS and
travel back in time to the summer of 2015.
Welcome to Puzzlewood in The Forest of
Dean, Gloucestershire - a forest for which
there is no map! Puzzlewood is a filming
location for many TV shows and films-
including a film called Star Wars - The Force
DON’T BLINK! Do you remember in Flesh
and Stone (2010) when the Doctor, River
and Amy are being chased down by the
Weeping Angels? Puzzlewood was the filming
location for the cybernetic forest on board
The Byzantium which provided the passengers with air. As they travelled through the
forest, poor Amy had to keep her eyes shut as she had a Weeping Angel in her eye. Luckily
for me I didn’t run into any Weeping Angels when I was there! Puzzlewood was also a
filming location for The Time of the Doctor (Christmas Special 2013), Matt Smith’s final
episode which saw the Eleventh Doctor regenerate. In this episode the Doctor and Clara
were attacked by the Weeping Angels in a frosty land.
Other things filmed at Puzzlewood include Atlantis, Merlin, Wizards vs Aliens, Jack the Giant
Slayer and Tree Fu Tom. Puzzlewood is so popular because of its very special scenery and
it looks amazing on screen. There is a wall of photos inside showing the many programmes
and films that have used this location.
On show at Puzzlewood, Scowles are the geological feature. Scowles are found throughout
the Forest of Dean and are ancient caves formed millions of years ago in the carboniferous
limestone that have come to the surface due to erosion. The rocks are covered in a
feathery moss that makes the forest so green (and the trees are so green too!) it is the

greenest place I have ever been. It is said
that Puzzlewood was the inspiration for
the forests of Middle Earth in JRR Tolkein’s
books, which sounds pretty reasonable to
I had a really nice time at Puzzlewood and
enjoyed getting lost in the woods and trying
to figure my way out -it was a real puzzle!
I found many things including a magic
doorway and dinosaur feet. The weather
changed all the time and it got wetter and
muddier as the weather changed from good
to bad, good to bad. Top tip - if you visit
wear old clothes and wellies!
Thank you for reading and I hope you will join me again for my next
Doctor Who adventure.
Tom Project Indigo

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Hi I‛m Eva a pretty 2 year old German Shepherd cross,
I came to Waggy Tails Rescue because of a change in my
family‛s circumstances. I am a good girl who loves to play
and I get on with humans and dogs alike but as I am still
fairly young I will need ongoing training. I am really good
company and I‛m missing having a family of my own where
I would be a loving and loyal member. The people here at
Waggy Tails call me their pretty princess and look after me
very well but please please could someone give me a forever


For more information on Eva or any of the other animals in
our care please contact us on 01202 87500, e-mail: [email protected] or visit our website

Christmas is now over for another year, but life at Waggy
Tails Rescue still keeps taking in animals that for one

reason or another cannot stay with their owners. All this cost the charity
a great deal of money so we are forever grateful of any donations made to
us, so if you have any unwanted Christmas presents why not donate them to
one of our shops who will gratefully receive them. As always we will be out
and about collecting throughout the year so look out for our yellow tops, so

all there is left to say is thank you to all who have supported us over the
years and hope you all have a good 2016.

Waggy Tails Rescue is a registered charity based in Dorset; we rescue
and rehome dogs that have been abandoned, neglected or otherwise
in need of a new home.
We also find homes for other small furries that may be in our care,
so to find out more you can contact us on the number above
or send donations or letters to:

Donations for Waggy Tails can be sent to:
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1. If it were two hours later, it would be half as long until midnight as it would be if it were an
hour later. What time is it??

2. I am thinking of a five digit number. To help you it has the following parameters.
It contains neither zero or the number 1 and no digit is repeated.
The fourth digit is a quarter of the total of all of the digits.
The second digit is twice the first digit.
The third digit is the largest.
The last digit is the sum of the first two digits.

3. A jewellers safe has a rather unusual security keypad.
In order to open the safe you have to press every single
button once only, in the correct sequence, ending on the
button marked E.
Each button clearly states which button to press next, for
example, 2U means move up 2 buttons and 3R means move
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Contact The Elderly - Volunteer Drivers & Afternoon Hosts Required

Once a month on a Sunday afternoon local elderly people, who are without family in the area, are taken out
by volunteer car drivers for a little ride before going to the homes of volunteer hosts and hostesses for Sunday
afternoon tea.
We only ask our volunteer hosts to entertain up to six elderly people and two
drivers or one driver with up to three elderly people once or twice a year.
A downstairs cloakroom is a must.
Reserve drivers are always wanted when the regulars are unavailable. This
would be possibly two or three times a year.

Elderly people who would like to take part in one of these afternoons are
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“Honey, why don’t you sit down by the table and we’ll start supper.” Said
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down. “Now my darling, would you like some bread with your soup?”
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After an evening of one loving term after another, their guest the local vicar,
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Tea for Tinnitus – Tinnitus Awareness Week 8th – 14th February

Do you suffer from ringing in your ears?

Ringing in the ears or tinnitus, as it is
medically known, is often described as
a hissing, buzzing, chirping, whistling
or a humming noise. Tinnitus is not a
disease or illness, but is thought to be
caused within a person’s own auditory
pathway. About 10 per cent of adults in
the UK experience mild tinnitus but up
to one per cent have tinnitus that affects
their quality of life.

The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) are a charity and world leader in
providing support and advice about tinnitus. This year sees them celebrate their
10th anniversary of Tinnitus Awareness Week by launching their Tea for Tinnitus

Come along to your local event - Friday 12th February at 2pm.
Sunrise Senior Living, 42 Belle Vue Road, Southbourne

The local Bournemouth Tinnitus Support Group are holding a Tea for Tinnitus
event at on Members of the support group including Keeley Salmon, a hearing care
professional from Key to Hearing, will be on hand to provide advice about tinnitus,
tinnitus management and prevention. Come along and have a chat whilst enjoying a
nice cup of tea and some delicious cakes.

All donations collected on the day
will go to the BTA. Every penny
raised will make a difference by
helping to pay for the support the
BTA provide and their important
medical research into causes and
treatments for the condition.

To book your place please call
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Closing date for entries is Friday 19th February

Congratulations to the winner of the January Crossword
Mrs Cooper of Ensbury Park who won 2 tickets to Coastal Comedy

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The Victoria Park Methodist Drama Group

February 17th, 18th & 19th - 7.30pm
February 20th - 2.30pm

Victoria Park Methodist Church Hall
Edgehill Road, Winton, Bournemouth

The scene is set in the cluttered drawing room of the Vicarage of St. Michael’s
and All Angels. Here the Rev. Hugh Featherstone’s attempts to write his weekly

sermon have already been disrupted by general dogsbody Dora’s singing and
hoovering; and the arrival of Mrs. Green and her daughter to discuss the latter’s
wedding. The arrival of a letter from the Bishop poses a problem both for Hugh

and the Rev. Justin Wade - vicar of the adjoining parish.
Programmes/tickets : Please call 01202 520482
£7.00 adults - £3.00 students in full time education
We have good access for wheel chair users but request advance notice in order to
re-arrange the seating. This year our profits will be going to Cherry Tree Nursery .
“Just relax”, the hospital staff kept telling Jim, but it was to no avail. Jim’s
wife was in labour and Jim was a nervous wreck. After what seemed like an
eternity, to both Jim and the hospital staff, a nurse came out with the happy
news, “it’s a girl”, she cried. “Thank God, a girl”, said Jim, “at least she won’t

have to go through what I just went through!”

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Present an Evening with

"Brian Pettit"

"A Wildlife Year to Remember"

Wednesday 17th Feb 2016
@ 7.30pm

Bournemouth Electric Sports & Social Club
Broadway Park
Broadway Lane

Tickets £6 to non Members on door or
£3 to Members Mike 07850 335746

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Bournemouth Electric Sports and Social Club

The club used to be the social club for Southern Electric but is now open
to anyone and will be known as Broadway Park Sports and Community
Club (Trading as B.E.S.& S.C.)

The club is open to all and has a Large Function Hall that can be used for
Shows, Parties, Christenings, Wakes etc.
(The local Ghurkhas & Indian Community hold their parties here.)

The Club has a large number of sections for people to join.
These include Junior & Senior Football Teams, Ladies & Mens Darts,
Skittles, Golf, Bowls, (includes short mat indoor bowls), Camera Club,
Drama, Wednesday Club (known as the Retired Section) or join just as a
social member. The skittle alley (Butler Suit) can be hired out separately.
The club has three bars:- Main Club, Function Hall & Butler Suit which
enables it to hold several functions at the same time.
It also has a large car park and disabled access.

For more information visit:
Or Telephone 01202 918698

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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

There is a surprising amount to do in February in spite of the weather and short days.
• Sow Sweet Peas inside in pots and pinch out the tops when 2 leaves have appeared.
• Fork and rake over flower beds in readiness for planting later.
• Plant any hedging you have planned for this year.
• Buy your seed potatoes and chit them inside in a bright frost
free area.
• If you did not force Rhubarb last year you can do it now by
placing a black bucket over to exclude any light.
• Start sowing crops from seed in the greenhouse.
• Use a Copper fungicide in watering to prevent Damping Off
• Clean up Greenhouses and cloches not already done with warm soapy water adding Jeyes fluid
if you wish. Don’t forget last year’s plant pots, stakes and plant supports intended for use in the
• Take care not to tread on Spring Bulbs when walking across lawns and borders.
• Apply Ferrous Sulphate on lawns where moss is a problem.
• Plant Rose bushes now but do not prune until all risk of frost has passed.
• Hydrangea flower heads can now be removed down to a pair of shoots to encourage new growth.
• Remember to continue to feed the birds and provide clean water to drink and wash in.

Do you live in Bournemouth?

Do you want to grow your own fresh fruit & vegetables & get fit & healthy?
Then come in & see us in our allotment shop. Saturdays & Sundays 10am - Midday

Large plots are £36 pa and half plots are £19pa
For more information – just ask us when you visit us

North Bournemouth Allotment Society, Cornelia Road, BH10 4FG

Two elderly ladies were sitting on a park bench outside the local town hall
where a flower show was in progress.

One leaned over and said, “Life is so boring. We never have any fun anymore.
For £5 I’d take my clothes off right now and streak through that stupid flower

show!” “You’re on!” said the other old lady, holding up a fiver.
As fast as she could, the first little old lady fumbled her way out of her clothes

and, completely naked, streaked through the front door of the flower show.
Waiting outside, her friend soon heard a huge commotion inside the hall,
followed by loud applause. The naked lady burst out through the door
surrounded by a cheering crowd. “What happened?” asked her waiting
friend. “Brilliant, I won first prize for Best Dried Arrangement.”
A toddler who was found chewing on a slug.
After the initial surge of disgust the parent said,
“Well . . . What does it taste like?”
“Not as crunchy as snails,” was the reply.

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Take care of your feet...

Global warming is blamed for many worldwide disasters but
there has been one benefit as we have not had a really very
cold winter for over twenty years.
Chilblains (Erythema pernio) could be a thing of the past due to mild winters and better
living conditions, especially central heating. If we have a very cold spell now there will
be those who will wonder what this itchy red skin condition is on their legs and feet.

Keeping feet and legs warm with appropriate clothing is important. The best way to
keep warm is layers of clothing, ie two pairs of thin socks are better than one pair of
thick. I recommend thermal insoles for cold feet and for very cold weather fur lined

Chilblains are made worse by applying heat to the affected
area so keep feet away from the electric fire and hot water
bottles. If needed there are over the counter treatments
to ease the red itchy skin, eg iodine compounds such as
betadine, savlon spray, videne and ointments containing
methyl salicylate and many more. An old remedy for
chilblains was to soak the affected area with their piddle
(urine). This is not an old wives tale, it does actually work,
but there are creams containing manufactured urine (uric
acid) which are obviously far more pleasant to use!

Scratching the irritation will make the problem
a lot worse. Dirty fingernails could cause an
infection and broken chilblains could be the end
result which is a more serious problem requiring
medical help.

For chilblains sake let’s hope our winters remain


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The Moordown Traders Association are an enthusiastic group of business
owners from the Moordown community who have come together to promote

local trade and raise the profile of Moordown as a shopping and business
destination, to support local traders and enhance local businesses.

We meet regularly, work voluntarily and liaise closely with the Bournemouth
Chamber of Trade & Commerce (BCTC), Bournemouth Council, elected

Members and local media to ensure that the Moordown trading district is
represented in a positive light.

The Moordown Traders Association meet monthly between 6pm-8pm
upstairs at the Moordown Conservative Club in Balfour Road.
All Moordown traders & businesses are welcome.

Come along, air your views and meet other local business people.
Drinks available at the bar and sandwiches are provided for the peckish.

Next meeting dates are:
Tuesday 16th February / Tuesday 15th March
For more information visit:

Charminster Afternoon Townswomens Guild

Trinity URC Hall, Sutton Road - 2pm Tuesday 23rd February

Our guest speaker this month will be Miss Louise Jones talking about
The Louis mann Hospice
All ladies welcome.

Come and meet us and make new friends, and find new interests!
Further details from our secretary, Margaret, on 01202 512543

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