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The Local Eye - Issue 126 - April 2016

Local
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Issue Eye APRIL 2016

126 Advertising For Local Businesses, Trades
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Welcome to the April issue of e local Eye
I hope everyone had an enjoyable Easter Bank Holiday, though at the
time of writing this the weather forecast was not looking too good.
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





Wanted

Reliable Delivery People


Due to the continued growth of The Local Eye,
I am in need of additional reliable delivery people.

You will need to be reasonably fit and healthy, and have
your own transport as each round is usually at least 500
magazines and they are too heavy 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]

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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April 2016 History Spotlights...

RMS Titanic 15th April 1912
In the icy waters off Newfoundland, the luxury liner
Titanic with 2,224 persons on board sank at 2:27 a.m.
after striking an iceberg just before midnight. Over
1,500 persons drowned while 700 were rescued by the
liner Carpathia which arrived about two hours after
Titanic went down.
The RMS Titanic was a White Star Line ocean liner built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in
Belfast and was designed to compete with rival company Cunard Line’s Lusitania and
Mauretania, luxurious ships and the fastest liners on the Atlantic. The Titanic and her Olympic
class sisters, Olympic and the upcoming Gigantic, were intended to be the largest, most
luxurious ships ever to operate. (The planned name Gigantic was changed to Britannic after
the disaster.) Titanic could carry a total of 3,547 passengers and crew and, because she carried
mail, her name was given the prefix RMS (Royal Mail Steamer) as well as SS (Steam Ship).

The Titanic was considered a pinnacle of naval architecture and technological achievement,
and was thought by The Shipbuilder magazine to be “practically unsinkable.” Only three of the
four 63 foot (19 m) tall funnels were functional; the fourth, which served only as a vent, was
added to make the ship look more impressive.
For her time, the Titanic was unsurpassed in luxury and opulence. She offered an onboard
swimming pool, a gymnasium, a Turkish bath, libraries for each passenger class, and a squash
court. First-class common rooms were adorned with elaborate wood paneling, expensive
furniture and other elegant decorations. In addition, the Café Parisienne offered superb cuisine
for the first-class passengers with a delightful sunlit veranda fitted with trellis decorations.
The crown jewel of the ship’s interior was undoubtedly her forward first class grand staircase,
between the forward and second funnels. Extending
down to E-Deck and decorated with oak paneling
and gilded balustrades, it was topped by an ornate
wrought-iron and glass dome which brought in
natural light. On the uppermost landing was a large
panel containing a clock flanked by the allegori-
cal figures of Honour and Glory crowning Time.
A similar but less ornate staircase, complete with
matching dome, was located between the third and
fourth funnels.

Birthdays This Month Include... Jenna Coleman
27th April
Kristen Stewart Glenn Campbell
1986
9th April 22nd April
1990 1936

Leigh Francis
Tim Curry Channing Tatum (aka Keith Lemmon)
19th April 26th April 30th April
1946 1980 1973
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Derek J.Rolls



Top 10 Tips on How to Sell Your House This Summer
Property experts are, in general, predicting a bumper year in 2016 but it will be a bumpy ride for
the prime market with increased stamp duty levels hitting this sector the hardest.
Derek J Rolls, estate agent, suggests that vendors undertake an MOT on their property before
selling and here are their top 10 tips.
1. First Impression – This can be make or break. If a potential purchaser is put off before
entering the front door then we are doomed. So take a look at the outside of your home as a
stranger might see it. It might be winter and very wet out but for a small sum or some time and
energy you could tidy the garden and plant a pretty pot by your front door.
2. Odour – It may seem minor but the aroma of your house is really very important when you
are selling. A simple diffuser discreetly hidden in the lobby could do the trick. Some people
prefer the advice of coffee and home baked bread but we are realistic. It could take a few weeks
to sell your home and you cannot be there ready to turn on the bread maker at the drop of a hat.
3. Tidy – Be obsessive about this, as it may make or break to a prospective buyer. Our advice is
to have a seriously good clear out before you put the house on the market – even if you bundle
up your prized possessions and take them off site. Prospective buyers want to see clean lines and
uncluttered work surfaces that create a feeling of space.
4. Clean – Fresh, sparkling and inviting would be perfect. Hard to achieve when you have an
active life with pets and children running amuck we know but the cleaner your house is the
easier the easier it is to sell.
5. Temperature – Heating houses is an expensive business. However, taking a client into
a house that has sat empty for the weekend without the heating on is going to put them off
instantly – keep your house ticking over at a pleasant 15 C – it will stop your pipes bursting and
mean that we don’t shiver around the viewing!
6. Animals – People’s pets are loved by the owner but very often just the owner and not
necessarily by the person who is going to buy the house. Pets can also have a strong odour, not
to mention the litter trays, food bowls and paraphernalia that goes with having an animal in the
house. Try to keep evidence to a minimum.
7. Bathrooms – Generally we don’t advise sellers to refit a bathroom prior to sale – unless it
is really ghastly. Do the obvious instead – re-grout, re-silicon, fluffy towels, pleasant scent and
spotless please!
8. Kitchen – Spare a thought for the poor estate agent as you dash out of the house without
loading the dishwasher! We want to take pride in your house when we show prospective buyers
around and leftover breakfast is not the first thing they want to see as they enter the kitchen.
9. Problem Areas – It is possible that you have a part of your house that you would rather not
draw attention to, perhaps somewhere that is mid repair. Our recommendation: don’t put the
house on the market until it is in tiptop condition. Make it your problem, not the purchasers.
10. Brief The Agent –The more we are prepared to answer questions about the house the easier
it will be to sell it and allay any fears that the prospective buyers may have. As an estate agent,
we dislike not having the answers and we particularly dislike not knowing how your gadgetry
works so please do show us how to use the IPad entry system, the drop down cinema and the
fancy lighting system! If we make it look like it is easy to use the buyer will love it. If we don’t
know how it works then the buyer wont.
Independent Estate Agents & Valuers

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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.
01202 525778

958 Wimborne Rd, Bournemouth BH9 2DG
www.derekjrolls-estateagents.co.uk

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Travel Feature -

Today’s Women - Travelling Solo... By Mags Addison
Don’t want to let the fact you are single, and a woman hold you back
from travelling?
Then you are definitely not alone! It’s a fast growing trend. The number
of people taking holidays alone has increased in the last few years -
especially the solo female. Single women are feeling more independent
than ever before, more adventurous and more enquiring.
There are decisions to be made when you are when travelling alone –
with issues such as single room supplements, and general security to be
taken into consideration. But the main question seems to be, NOT whether today’s women will take the plunge and
travel solo but rather, do they decide to travel independently, or on an escorted trip. As one customer said to me
years ago – just because I am single, doesn’t mean I should miss out seeing the places I want too.
Attitudes have also changed in recent years towards admitting you’re a single traveler. People are more liberated
about travelling on their own, and the single population has boomed with more single people than ever before.
Travelling alone is not deemed to be sad these days, perceptions have changed! People are living longer and are
staying fitter into retirement and beyond more than ever before, so the age demographics have changed also.
Travelling as a woman alone used to be for the young, now it’s for anyone of any age.
If you want to pick a company to tour with, to have it organized for you with a certain security in numbers, don’t
just stick to the traditional Singles Holiday companies, plenty of tour operators also consider their single customers,
who are increasing in number. Special interests, intrepid adventure, cultural activities, travelling with a group of like
minded people can enhance a holiday experience. With some you can share a room with a same sex person, which
does away with that dreaded single supplement.
But always compare the `added single’ supplement - as it may still work out lower in the long run with a general
tour operator than booking a similar holiday with a singles holiday tour operator who are advertising your own
room at no extra cost! A client of mine found that with a coach tour she wanted, it was still cheaper to pay the
added single occupancy, than book with its solo holiday counterpart. A quick phone call to the tour operator also
revealed a mixture of clients booked, with at least 5-6 other single people already on that particular tour.

For some, independent travel is preferable and can be helped by the expertise and local knowledge of their travel
expert. A little bit of forward thinking and information about local cultural
issues and female security advice would also be worth considering before
setting off.
There is sensible foreign office (FCO) advice for female travellers on their
website – www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advise and you can pick up tips and
advice from the ABTA website - www.abta.com/tips-and-latest/travel-tips/
female-travellers
So if you fancy yourself as a lone intrepid female explorer, or merely want a
week by the pool with a book – the choice is yours. Enjoy and explore.
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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Save Our Swimming
The swimming pool at Moordown St John’s school is in urgent need of repairs and
improvements so a fund raising campaign Save Our Swimming (SOS) has been launched in a
bid to keep it open.
School finance manager Ria Laws said the aim is to raise the money in time for the work to
be carried out in the summer holidays to avoid disruption to lessons during term time.
“Our pool has been going for more than 40 years and there has been no renovation since it
was built” she said. “Several swimming clubs and schools use the pool and we are going to
do whatever we can to make sure it stays open.”

Last year the school’s Year 4 Swim Team won the Dorset School Shield and the school was
the highest participating school in the country in the Schools Swimathon Challenge. Nine out
of ten pupils achieve the National Curriculum Swim Award by the end of Year 3.
Work needed includes replacement of tiles, re-grouting the pool, a deep clean, redecoration
and resurfacing the area around the pool.
The school also aims to deepen the pool by around 40cm by raising the sides because it is
currently classed as a learner pool and is therefore not suitable for more advanced swimming
or for older children.

Planned fund raising initiatives include sponsored
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Picture Box Mount Pleasant
A simple test of say what you see?

For example the first one below is? Townswomens
Hitting below the belt of course! Afternoon Guild
(Answers on page 38)

Belt Picture Box Answers
We meet in the Bradpole Road
Community Centre at 2pm on the 1st
Hitting Wednesday of every month for a social
1. Overnight stay
2. Point blank range
afternoon, when we have diff erent

STAY 3. Square footage
activities including a speaker, and we

4. Win with ease
NIGHT ___ Range welcome visitors who we hope may join us
5. A lot of fuss over
and become members of TG.
nothing
6. Ready for anything
20 Our other activities include Trampers
Years WINEEEE & Eaters (when we visit nearby places of
Old interest and end up with lunch), skittles,
a music afternoon (all sorts) and a Social
Studies afternoon when we reminisce and
FUSS FUSS FUSS

FUSS FUSS FUSS ANYTHING discuss any current subjects of interest.
FUSS FUSS FUSS E ANYTHING We are a happy group and look forward to
ANYTHING
ZERO ANYTHING making new friends,
so why not come along and join us.
One Sunday morning, a young child
was “acting up” during the vicars sermon.
Th e parents did their best to maintain some
sense of order in the pew but were losing
the battle. Finally, the father picked the little
fellow up and walked sternly up the aisle
on his way out. Just before reaching the
safety of the porchway, the little one loudly BOOK
shouted, “Pray for me! Pray for me!” NOW
............................................
Th ere will be a meeting of the Church Board
immediately after the service,” announced
the vicar. After the close of the service,
the Church Board gathered in the room at
the back of the vestry for the announced
meeting. But there was a stranger in their
midst -- a visitor who had never attended
their church before. “My friend,” said the
vicar, “Didn’t you understand that this is
a meeting of the Board?” “Yes,” said the
visitor, “and after today’s sermon, I suppose

I’m just about as bored as anyone else who
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Travel Centre

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 37
Prize Crossword
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26 27
Win 2 tickets to
Coastal Comedy
28 29
Friday 29th April
© Chett - March 2016

Across Across Down Down
1. Take a shine to one from East Europe 1. Meaningless tale has no ground to

(6)
build on (8)
1. Take a shine to one from East Europe (6) 1. Meaningless tale has no ground to build on (8)
2. There are no tails on the people
4. Does Stan get cold here north of the
4. Does Stan get cold here north of the border? 2. There are no tails on the people from Puerto
from Puerto Rico for example (7)
border? (8)
Rico for example (7)
(8) 10. Pushing your luck walking across the 3. Most shins I kick when practicing
10. Pushing your luck walking across the thawing 3. Most shins I kick when practicing eastern
thawing lake (2,4,3)
eastern religion (9)
religion (9)
lake (2,4,3) 11. Mountains found at end of armies (5) 5. Country containing Prague and also
11. Mountains found at end of armies (5) 5. Country containing Prague and also Norwegian
Norwegian centre too (14)
12. Madman of the moon has nervous
12. Madman of the moon has nervous twitch (7) centre too (14) 6. Increase performance of rail
twitch (7)
13. German city transfer omitting Dresden
transportation (5)
13. German city transfer omitting Dresden first 6. Increase performance of rail transportation (5)
7. Also fi nish at south coast ferry port
(7) fi rst (7) 7. Also finish at south coast ferry port (7)
14. Quietly I select Japanese favourite (5)
(7)
14. Quietly I select Japanese favourite (5) 8. Abandon in the Gobi or Sahara (6)
8. Abandon in the Gobi or Sahara (6)
15. Steer cruise north east although not
15. Steer cruise north east although not totally 9. South Atlantic home for Fletcher Christian and
9. South Atlantic home for Fletcher
confident (8) totally confi dent (8) bounty mutineers (8,6)
18. Fire non-commissioned offi cer for
Christian and bounty mutineers (8,6)
18. Fire non-commissioned officer for performing 16. Island destination for Santa Claus on summer
Spanish dance (8) performing Spanish dance (8) break? (9) 16. Island destination for Santa Claus
20. One out of Italian capital or brought in
on summer break? (9)
20. One out of Italian capital or brought in from 17. A French sprite captures beginner not playing
from another place (5)
17. A French sprite captures beginner
by the rules (8)
another place (5) 23. Irritates right before lower joints (7) not playing by the rules (8)
23. Irritates right before lower joints (7) 19. Use a lug nail to hammer home language
25. From down under a learner leaves to
19. Use a lug nail to hammer home
25. From down under a learner leaves to arrive at ability (7) language ability (7)
arrive at European country (7)
21. Soldier at sea has right to become a sailor (7)
European country (7) 26. Takes a journey around French 21. Soldier at sea has right to become
cathedral city (5)
a sailor (7)
26. Takes a journey around French cathedral city 22. Cold around north or south with insect (6)
24. No winner is closer dropping one hundred (5)
(5) 27. Continent sub division may well be 22. Cold around north or south with
eastern younger brother? (4,5)
27. Continent sub division may well be eastern insect (6)
28. Spud loving beetle from American mid
younger brother? (4,5) 24. No winner is closer dropping one
west (8)
28. Spud loving beetle from American mid west hundred (5)
(8) 29. Royal Engineer receives small fl ower
bunch for fi nding larger seabird (6)
29. Royal Engineer receives small flower bunch
for finding larger seabird (6)

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PRIZE CROSSWORD ENTRY FORM

Win 2 tickets to




Send your completed entries to:
April Prize Crossword, The Local Eye,
22 Oswald Road, Moordown, Bournemouth. BH9 2TQ


Name: ________________________________ Tel:____________________

Address:______________________________________________________

Address:______________________________________________________
Closing date for entries is Tuesday 19th Aprilh

Picture Box
Congratulations to the winner of the March Crossword
Gerry Weaver from Queens Park who won 2 tickets to Coastal Comedy
A simple test of say what you see?

For example the first one below is?
Hitting below the belt of course!
(Answers on page 38)
February Solution Picture Box Answers
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Belt
V A L E N T I N E T R O T H
E O U R R O Hitting
8 9 10 11 1. Overnight stay
N A T U R A L O P I N I O N
U U S O S M G E 2. Point blank range


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STAY M
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A I M A W A Y E M O T I O N 3: Name 1st Game 2nd Game
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S I D L E T U R N R I G H T Sudoku Solution
March Solution Micky 2 1
Solution > Travel Time Chas 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
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Take care of your feet...
Policeman’s Heel
There are many causes of heel pain. The most
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has stretched and is injured where it is connected
to the heel bone. It will heal itself over around 9
months without treatment but during this time it
can make walking very difficult.

Most sufferers want to know the cause and how
they can avoid it happening again. Common
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onwards. Some people are predisposed to the condition as they have low arched feet
often walking with a ‘10 to 2’ gait.

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can be hit and miss. The condition needs to be assessed by a podiatrist who will have
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Strapping up the foot so that the arch is supported can give instant relief. Another simple
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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

Recently I went on a trip through time
and space on a TARDIS… at Dunbury
Church of England Academy in the village
of Winterborne Whitechurch. It is a small
school for the children of the Winterborne
Valley in Dorset and the school’s motto is
Inspire, Learn, Empower.
Mr Payne, the teacher who made the
TARDIS, invited me to come and have a
lesson in it. The TARDIS was materialised
on the fi rst fl oor. There was no key but I
opened the door using a Sonic Screwdriver.

I started exploring but suddenly Daleks appeared on the screen - we were under threat!
The pupils and I travelled through time and space meeting historical fi gures. First we met
Archimedes, then Cleopatra. Next came Julius Caesar who sent us to see Eric the Red.
We then went to see William the Conqueror who sent us on our way to see the Doctor’s
old friend Winston Churchill. We solved puzzles to ensure we were safe from the Daleks,
including maths, codes, Roman Numerals and Hieroglyphics. After some timey-wimey stuff
we were safe, phew!

Then I talked to the children about the TARDIS. I asked them what they thought when
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surprise.
They have learnt lots of subjects in the TARDIS but it was built as part of a Space Topic.
For English they travelled to space to write a description of a planet. They have also fl own
through the solar system.

Next I got to interview Mr Payne. He built the
TARDIS because he wants to inspire children.
He has been a fan of Doctor Who since he was
three and his favourite Doctor is Tom Baker
because he grew up with him. I asked Mr Payne
where he would like to go in time and space and
he said he is happy right here, right now as he
wouldn’t want to change anything.
The TARDIS was made in his garage over two
weeks - the hardest part was collecting all the
egg boxes for the walls, it took him months to
get them! Mr Payne said that the TARDIS has
had lots of support from all the staff, parents
and children.
I’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone at Dunbury Academy for their hospitality. It
is a very friendly, cheerful school and I had a fantastic 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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Brian Stephens
Tel: 01202 525 445 Mob: 07921 525 424
[email protected] www.stephensbuilding.co.uk
26 Green Road Bournemouth BH9 1EA
Family party venue in BH10 for hire
Saturday afternoons & Sunday evenings – 3 hours for £40


















Big enough for a bouncy castle or disco dance fl oor separate from the
party food area. Chairs and tables available.
There is also a small kitchen with all you need for hot and cold drinks.
We do expect you to leave the hall and kitchen as you found it.
In-house DJ available for 3 hours of great music and lights for £80.
Booking enquiries: tel. 07423 051725 - email: [email protected]

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There is no beating the taste of truly fresh
fruit and veg especially, when it’s yours!
Gardening Tips for April
Keep weeds under control. Protect fruit blossom from hungry birds. Tie in climbing and rambling
roses. Sow hardy annuals and herb seeds. Increase the water given to houseplants. Feed hungry
shrubs and roses. Sow new lawns or repair bare patches. Apply a general-purpose fertiliser to
borders and beds. Put supports in place for herbaceous plants, peonies, other heavy fl owering
blooms and perennials before they get too large. Criss-cross strings from hidden or decorative
posts work well. Remove faded daffodil and tulip fl owers, nipping off the heads and seed pods.
Apply chemical or biological control if vine weevil larvae damage or wilting is evident.

Chit and plant out second early potatoes in the fi rst half of the month, maincrop potatoes in the
second half. Sow outdoors for beetroot, carrots, Swiss chard, summer caulifl ower, lettuce, leeks,
radish, turnip, spring and pickling onions, peas and perpetual spinach in well-prepared soil. Dwarf
French Beans and Sweet Corn under cloches later in month.
Sow indoors for marrows, courgettes, pumpkins, squash, sweet peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers,
aubergines, celery, celeriac, salads and globe artichokes.
Sow a seedbed of sprouting broccoli, caulifl owers and cabbages for
planting out in June or July.
Plant broad beans grown in pots, shallots, onion sets and garlic, Jerusalem
artichokes and Asparagus crowns.
Pot up tomato seedlings when they develop true leaves above the more
rounded seed leaves. Support pea plants with sticks, twigs, green support or
wire netting. Thin out rows of seedlings as soon as they are large enough to
be handled. Protect early outdoor sowings with fl eece and polythene.
Gardening Tips for May
Once risk of frost has passed, plant out tomatoes, courgettes and pumpkins that were previously
sown under cover. After hardening off other young plants can be planted.
Check for small holes fl ea beetles make on brassica seedlings. Water plants well to help them
continue growing despite the pest damage.
Protect carrots with insect-proof mesh to prevent carrot root fl y. Slug controls are necessary
now, as always. Protect brassicas and peas from pigeons. Earth up potatoes, and plant any still
remaining. Plant out summer bedding at the end of the month. Hoe off weeds regularly.
Open greenhouse vents and doors on warm days. Mow lawns weekly
Check for nesting birds before clipping hedges.
Lift and divide overcrowded spring-fl owering bulbs and Forget-me-nots.Plant out cannas and
dahlias. Tubs can be planted up with summer bedding. To grow your own spring bedding for next
year, many common choices (including wallfl owers, pansies, and daisies) need to be sown between
now and July in order to fl ower next spring, as they are biennials.
Plant winter bedding seed from now until July.
Remove faded wallfl owers and spring bedding, to make space for summer plantings. Apply a
liquid fertiliser to spring bulbs after they have fl owered, to encourage good fl owering next year,
and help prevent daffodil blindness.
Allow the foliage of spring-fl owering bulbs to die down naturally.
North Bournemouth Allotment Society, Cornelia Road, BH10 4FG
www.northbournemouthallotmentsociety.co.uk
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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 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 19th April / Tuesday 17th May
For more information visit: www.more2moordown.com
Bournemouth In Bloom


Bournemouth is in two big competitions this year. The fi rst is the South and South East in Bloom which
is judged in August and is against 12 other coastal towns. At the same
time local gardens, patios, baskets, tubs etc are also judged and prizes
awarded in October. This year because we won Gold in the South
and South East Competition we have been fortunate enough to be
automatically entered into Britain in Bloom where we are against 72
other towns and resorts and this will be judged in July.
We would like to get the whole of Bournemouth interested in the
competition and hope all will join in.

To this end we have a schools co coordinator who regularly tries to get
the children via their schools involved by making small gardens within the school grounds. Schools are
invited to join and the best three results per school will be shown at the award ceremony in October. Prizes
and certifi cates will of course be won.
We have discovered that the judges go regularly on to our web site to check how much it is used and
how popular it is. They award 25% of the points to enthusiasm of the whole town not just the committee
members.
The big competition for all is now open and anyone wishing to take part is asked to go on line where the
entry form can easily be completed and they then become entrants and will be judged in August.
For more information please visit: www.bournemouthinbloom.co.uk

“Annuals” mean disappointment once a year.
Your lawn is always slightly bigger than your desire to mow it.
Whichever garden tool you want is always at the back of the shed.
Th e only way to ensure rain, is to give the garden a good soaking.
Weeds grow at precisely the rate you pull them out.
Nothing ever looks like it does on the seed packet.
Th e only way to guarantee some colour all year round is to buy a garden gnome.
However bare the lawn, grass will appear in the cracks between the patio paving stones.
Evergreens go a funny shade of brown in the winter.
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Bike Tagging Event | Friday 1st April | 10am-2pm


In partnership with Dorset Police, Bournemouth University, Life Centre,
Bournemouth Community Church and Inova Publishing.

Charity Quiz Night | Friday 1st April | 7:30pm

In aid of SOUND4SIGHT (West Sussex Association for the Blind)
£2.50 entry. Come and support this good cause!



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Bournemouth, BH9 2AU Email: [email protected]
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100g fresh grated ginger Cook in a loaf tin for 45-50 mins on 180 degrees.
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Handful of chopped fresh herbs
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Pour into a bowl and add the treacle, sugar, oil, ginger and eggs.
1. Japanese eat very little fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than us.
Method 2. Mexicans eat a lot of fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than us.
Stir.
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3. Chinese drink very little red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than us.
a splash of the oil- separate with a fork. Leave for 5 mins to ts of red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than us.
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‘cook through’. Separate again with a fork to keep cous cous
fluffy. 6. French eat foie-gras, full fat cheese and drink red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than us
Add the wet ingredients to the dry, stir until smooth.
CONCLUSION: Eat and drink what you like. Speaking English is apparently what kills you.
Add the other oil and all the other ingredients and mix lightly.
Ideally, leave all the flavours to soak in over night. You can
Cook in a loaf tin for 45-50 mins on 180 degrees.
add other sliced vegetables like courgettes, or olives and other
beans if you prefer.
Serve with meat, cheese or on its own.
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MOORDOWN BOWLING CLUB
MOORDOWN BOWLING CLUB

SPONSORS: DEREK J ROLLS IND ESTATE AGENTS & GRAHAMS ELECTRICAL MOORDOWN
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www.moordownbowlingclub.com • Endfield Road, Moordown BH9 1TH









OPEN DAYS



SUNDAYS 24TH APRIL &

1ST MAY 2016


Starts 10.30am through to 3.30pm

FREE bowling available – ALL ages welcome.
Just wear flat shoes, bowls will be provided.
Light refreshments available.



Moordown Bowling Club is a friendly, well organised Club and offers:
• Structured Coaching
• Members Bar
• Cafeteria (open to general public)
• Adjacent facilities include Tennis Courts and children's playground


For more details about coaching or joining our Club please contact:
Erika Sykes - 01202 470012

[email protected]

Charminster Afternoon Townswomens Guild
Trinity URC Hall, Sutton Road - 2pm Tuesday 26th March
This month we will be holding a Beetle Drive
All ladies welcome.
Come and meet us and make new friends, and fi nd new interests!
Further details from our secretary, Margaret, on 01202 512543
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We are recruiting for friendly cheerful individuals to work as

Health Care Support Workers in the local community providing
care and support to people who wish to remain living in their
own homes.

What we Oer

Full training.

Uniform and
equipment.

Excellent starting
rates of pay.

Enhanced pay for

weekends, evenings
and nights.

Mileage and travel
Allowance.

Support with learning
new skills.

Opportunities to progress
within Social Care.





We operate 24 hours a day providing round the clock care. We can therefore offer flexible
working shift patterns and hours from full time to part time.
If you think you have got what it takes, then contact us for an informal chat.

01202 737456 Poole Office. 01202 579624 Bournemouth Office
www.horizonhomecare.co.uk
E-mail: [email protected]

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