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January 2014

In this issue... Local businesses Local News

- Moors Valley Railway tops vote - New Year Wildlife Resolutions

Prize Wordsearch - Win a meal for two at The Oakdale

Regular Features - Adventures of Nellie

Delivered FREE as part of The Poole Directory series


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Introduction

The Poole Directory - Oakdale Edition Edition 35

Published by:

Stephen & Debbie Corney at Dorset Publications

Telephone:

01202 894397

Email:

info@thepooledirectory.co.uk

Copy deadline for the February edition: 25th January 2014

Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that data in this publication is accurate, the publisher cannot accept any liability to any party to loss or damage caused by errors or omissions resulting from negligence, accident or any other cause. The Poole Directory does not officially endorse any advertising material included within the publication. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval systems or transmitted in any form, without prior permission of the publisher.

Dear Oakdale, Welcome to your second edition of The Oakdale Directory! This is part of The Poole Directory Series published by Dorset Publications. The intention of the little book is to give you an easy reference guide to local trades and services. We have a full magazine for you with lots of local shops and businesses who would like to help you. The index at the back gives you all there is to find inside. From restaurants, to kitchens, to driveways, to day nurseries, model shops, solicitors, plumbers, hot tubs and much more. When making any calls and enquiries please tell them that you saw their details in The Oakdale Directory. This makes all the difference, and makes our work all worth while. There are also some articles, our very own Nellie - the Dorset Publications Campervan - story, What’s On at The Lighthouse Poole, as well as a prize wordsearch, so do get that all important cuppa and have a read! The lucky winner of the meal for two at The Oakdale in the last issue was Mrs C Smith. Well done to you and we hope you have a good evening out! Do fill the wordsearch out and send it to us - you too could get that winner’s call! If you run a local club or society, please let me know, as I can promote you for free. If you have a business and would like to be included in The Poole Directory Series, then please give me a call. We offer free editorials with three month packages. Stephen and I do hope that you had a good Christmas and a party-filled New Year, despite the weather. Did you make any New Year’s Resolutions? This is always a good time of year to make positive changes, so good luck with those. Stephen and myself Wish you a Really Happy and Successful 2014!

Debbie & Stephen Corney

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What’s On at Lighthouse, Poole

What’s On

The Burlesque Show Saturday 8th February

7:45pm - Tickets: £19, Concessions: £16 Back by popular demand, The Burlesque Show shimmies into Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts on Saturday 8th February. This stunning night of sophisticated tease features wonderful comedy and music from the UK’s finest burlesque artistes. Beautiful choreography, hilarious routines and classic humour combine to deliver award-winning performances that will not only delight and excite but are guaranteed to refresh parts you never knew you had! For a truly delicious night of tassels, tease and titivating laughter, this funfilled evening of burlesque and cabaret is a must-see! The Burlesque Show

Daniel Bye in The Price of Everything

The Price of Everything Thursday 6th February 8pm - Tickets: £10, Concessions: £8 Writer, director and performer Daniel Bye brings his solo show The Price of Everything to Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts on Thursday 6th February. How much is beauty worth? What will people pay for an air guitar on eBay? Can I have a glass of milk? These urgent questions - and others are answered in this fascinating and entertaining show about value. Daniel’s whistlestop tour of bizarre facts and extraordinary stories is occasionally shambolic and often misguided – but always a joy to watch. Part stand-up, part storytelling, The Price of Everything asks one of the most important questions in our culture: why do we have to measure absolutely everything in money? It’s comic, it’s provocative; it’s a little bit interactive and it’s a little bit sad. Daniel Bye creates theatre that is immediate, playful, surprising and engaged with the world we all live in. He trained with Philippe Gaulier, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the National Theatre Studio and, in addition to his solo productions, has made work for the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Red Ladder and Pilot Theatre, among others. His work juggles comedy and tragedy, roughness and polish, truth and lies; and wrestles down big ideas about the world until they’re small enough to swallow.


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Partnership success for Health Promoting Hospitals initiative This year the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was involved in the launch of a new initiative to improve the quality of care for patients with long-term conditions. ‘Health Promoting Hospitals’ is a partnership between the Trust and other key providers of health and social care, including Dorset Healthcare, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Dorset Police, BH Live and Carers UK, and reflects how health care in communities is changing. Hospitals no longer just treat and discharge patients, but are involved in providing education and advice so patients can understand and manage any long-term medical conditions throughout their lives. A high number of hospital readmissions and health complications can be prevented if patients are empowered to self-manage their long-term conditions and if providers of health and social care are fully involved in the process. The Trust is now part of the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals established by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Health promotion aims to improve the health of individuals and communities through education, behavioural change and environmental improvement. Under the Health Promoting Hospitals scheme, the Trust provides a range of health advice which has not only had an impact on patients, but their families, staff, partner health providers and the wider community. Activities included in the Health Promoting Hospitals initiative are: Community education programmes • Understanding Health events - these popular events are completely free to the public and give valuable insights into topics that may otherwise be difficult to understand. • Health awareness seminars hosted in conjunction with other health care providers such as Carers UK, Stop Smoke and the British Heart Foundation. • Health information available via the Trust website www.rbch.nhs.uk. Patient health promotion programmes • Partnership with LV= Streetwise - the Trust has introduced a hospital ward scenario to the interactive safety centre, Streetwise, aimed at schoolchildren. • Introduction of a new senior citizens tour at Streetwise - attendees take part in a two hour interactive session aimed at preventing slips, trips and falls. • Move to Improve programme - patients from the Trust’s rheumatology and fibromyalgia clinics are directly referred into rehabilitation clinics for six week taster sessions offering techniques such as Tai Chi and relaxation classes.

The hospital ward scenario which forms part of the Streetwise interactive safety centre • Back Fitness Programme and Back Club - supporting patients with persistent back pain. • Trust-led rehabilitation programmes offered at BH Live leisure facilities. The construction of musculoskeletal rehab centres based at the Littledown Centre and Pelham’s Park Leisure Centre are due for completion in spring 2014. • Pelham’s Park Leisure Centre hosts pulmonary rehabilitation classes two times a week to provide support to people with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) and chronic lung disease. It is not only patients and the public benefiting from the Health Promoting Hospitals initiative. Staff now have access to a variety of programmes including fitness classes, walking groups, healthy eating seminars and immunisation schemes. Trust Chairman Jane Stichbury said: “Working with other providers of health and social care as part of this initiative is extremely positive. As a Trust it is vital that we provide high-quality care and support to our patients - working in collaboration with others also enables us to enhance the health of our local community.” For further information about Health Promoting Hospitals, contact Michelle Burden on 01202 704956 or email michelle.burden@rbch.nhs.uk One community programme as part of the initiative is My Health My Way: A free support service giving education and coaching to people affected by a health condition. Health coaches can offer you one-to-one support, get you involved in group work, highlight online tools that could help you or give you support over the telephone. For more info: t: 0303 303 0153 e: info@myhealthdorset.org.uk w: www.myhealthdorset.org.uk


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Panto Reivew

He’s behind you!!! Oh yes he is!! Yes, it was panto time again and Bournemouth Pavilion did itself proud once more. Twenty two of us joined the thirty two prize winners from Dorset and Purbeck Publications on the press night (making ourselves heard when announced towards the end!). Aladdin, this year’s story, was superbly directed by Chris Jarvis, who also played Wishee Washee. The production had everything we love about panto... Jokes for the parents, fun for the kids and a great use of current chart hits adapted to fit the story. Scott Maslen was the suitably evil, but quite sexy, Abanazar, trying his best to thwart Aladdin. Richard Vincent gave a stellar performance as Aladdin with outstanding vocals and high energy. Jamie-Lee Mason was the beautiful Princess Jasmine and she too gave stunning vocal performances. There were great special effects with Aladdin flying all over the world on his magic carpet

and the evil Imax instructing Abanazar how to get the power of the universe. Bobby Crush gave a hilarious performance as Widow Twankey and even entertained us with his fantastic piano playing. Those of a certain age Scott Maslen as may remember him Abanazar winning Opportunity Knocks with this particular talent. The whole cast gave outstanding performances to make the evening magical. Pantomime really is the best way to get into the Christmas spirit. There was fun and laughter for all the family and I am looking forward to next year’s panto already! Julie Sharp


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Moors Valley Railway and Play Trail top public vote The Moors Valley Railway and Play Trail have been voted joint first in a poll to discover the public’s favourite activity at the third most visited country park in England. Throughout the year visitors have been voting for the things they love most at Moors Valley Country Park and Forest near Ringwood. Their top 25 have now been announced marking the culmination of the Park’s 25 year celebrations. Top of the list, Moors Valley Railway was the first attraction at the Park to be opened to the public and clearly remains a firm favourite more than 25 years on. It offers visitors the chance to enjoy a ride on an authentic steam train, travelling along the lakeside, through tunnels and over a bridge. Tieing with the railway, in joint fi rst place, the mile-long Play Trail offers hours of outdoor family fun aschildren enjoy healthy activity and build their confidence scrabbling on its exciting wooden play structures. Value for money also made it into the top five, with parking charges not deterring families looking for a great day out with no admission fees.

Countryside Interpretation Ranger Katie Davies said, “As we reach the end of our 25 year celebrations we are really pleased to know that people appreciate the family-friendly focus of the Park. It’s great to see a wide range of different experiences in the top 25, ranging from the ‘paying’ attractions like Go Ape and the Segways to more simple activities such as the lakeside walks and enjoying an ice cream.” Looking to the future, 25 commemorative trees are to be planted around the Park’s newest play structure, the house of Baba Yaga. And the fun will continue in 2014 with lots more family-friendly activities, including the arrival of a very special visitor to Moors Valley Country Park in the New Year. Please be aware that during the winter months Moors Valley Railway runs only at weekends and that other features may be closed for essential maintenance. The Visitor Centre and Tree Top Trail will be closed between 13th and 17th January 2014. For more information contact the Moors Valley Rangers on 01425 470721 or go to www.moors-valley.co.uk


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The Adventures of Nellie The Dorset Publications Camper Van Wow what weather we have had recently! Nellie was all set to take us to The New Forest Wildlife Park, to see the deer and other animals, but the park was shut due to storm damage. We hope the owners have managed to sort everything out and we promise to visit in the near future. Not to be put off we decided that Nellie was still to have a run around the New Forest, after her stay in the garden over Christmas. On the planned day, upon waking, the sun was shining and it all looked perfect to see the wonderful sights of the open land and deep forestry so near to us. Unfortunately, as none of us in the family are particularly keen morning people, and taking such a long time to have breakfast and get ready, by 11.38am when we finally left the house, the sun had totally disappeared… in fact just as we set off the rain started to pour – again! Mum and Dad had come to stay with us for Christmas, so we all went, with Mum and Dad following in ‘The Matrix’, much like our holiday on the Isle of Wight in the summer. Nellie was not perturbed by the rain and suitably stopped at the viewpoint just as you enter the New Forest from the A31 at Picket Post. It really is a fantastic view

New Forest pony enjoying a picnic

Nellie admires the views and if you ever need some space to relax, chill out or reflect, then this is a good place to go. It would be a great place to make those all important New Year’s Resolutions! Last summer we were at this very same point and a New Forest pony came along and started eating the picnic of a very frustrated family, as you can see in the photo! Since the weather was very different at this time, we continued on our journey, to Burley. Burley really is somewhere special. In the summer there is a horse and cart to take you through the countryside, but today there was not so much activity, though all the quaint shops were open. We just had to take a look in each of them of course. Hayden bought the most cute pair of Sloopers at The Old Shed (not slippers, no I didn’t make a spelling mistake, just in case you wondered…). They are very much like a pair of jesters’ shoes and anyone who has been to the house and seen them on Hayden’s growing feet, has remarked how much they like them. They were a bargain at just over half price. Hayden bought them himself with some of his Christmas money. Money well spent – and not on an electronic game! Oh yes I bought an


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Hayden with his Sloopers from The Old Shed Elvis Christmas CD to play in Nellie on the way back. Sad but true I am afraid – it was the 28th December so I thought I could just about get away with it. After all the shopping excitement we went for lunch at The Burley Stores. Dad, who is a truly northern man and loves his sea food, opted for the breaded whitebait. He was not disappointed, the plate was full and thoroughly enjoyed! We all watched through the window as another downpour of rain soaked the village. (I couldn’t resist taking a photo of a place mat in one of the shop windows…) I was determined that we would stop for a cup of tea in Nellie, so off we went, back to the viewpoint, and on went the whistling kettle. With the roof up, Hayden ‘upstairs’ and the front seat turned inwards, which is really useful, there was just enough seats

Sat snug and warm with a cuppa!

for all of us to enjoy a cuppa and admire, albeit in a way that we were glad to be under cover, the glorious, if rather damp looking views in front of us - with Elvis softly singing away in the background. We would never have done this without Nellie, as a car is just not the same. The van brings us all together no matter the weather and in true British style we enjoyed ourselves despite the rain! We didn’t of course stay overnight in Nellie on this trip. I say ‘of course’ as we may well have been blown dramatically down the hill with all the high winds we have had recently. There are in fact many caravan parks and campsites in the New Forest area. Stephen’s parents will

Place mat says it all... be staying at Bransgore in their touring caravan at Easter. Stephen’s sister will also be staying in her new bright yellow VW Campervan named Jessie Phyllis after her two late Grandmothers. That will be a story to tell! So Nellie, Hayden, Stephen and myself at Dorset Publications want to wish you all a really great 2014! Whatever you do, wherever you go, may you be happy and active. Where will Nellie go next? Find out in the next issue of The Oakdale Directory! By Debbie Corney


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Talking about Wildlife... New Year Resolutions for Wildlife It is traditional to begin the New Year with a set of resolutions to improve ourselves in one way or another. This year, if you feel like doing something a bit different, there are plenty of ways you can help improve wildlife, and wildlife can help improve you. If you’re looking to get rid of the Christmas calories and get some fresh air, we have plenty of volunteering tasks on our reserves all around Dorset where you can get knee-deep in mud and up-close with nature! And below, we have listed some ways you can experience wildlife and help nature conservation in Dorset, which will bring you pleasure, comfort and satisfaction in 2014. 1. Treat yourself to a quiet walk at the weekend. The woods transform in the winter: pathways are covered in a thin layer of frost, which sparkles as the sun rises and sets; the trees stand firm like soldiers, bracing themselves against the biting winds; and their bare branches intertwine, forming wild, lopsided archways. This is truly a sight to behold. 2. If you have a family, spend three days a month in the local forest. Take a ‘Wildlife’ book, keep a record of what you find, and discover how the world changes. 3. Transform your garden into a haven for wildlife by setting up bird feeders, nest boxes, and log-piles. The shelters you create will protect animals from the cold. 4. Clean out any existing bird boxes so that they are ready for the spring.

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Index of advertisers

Your quick guide to everyone and everything in your Directory... Appliance Repairs Thompson Group Service..................................12 Bars & Restaurants Banana Wharf..................................................19 Bathrooms Lifestyle Bathrooms..........................................14 Bedooms Flair Interiors.................................................... 7 Beds The Bed Store................................................... 1 Blinds, Curtains & Shutters Ashley Blinds..................................................... 3 Block Paving and Surfacing T P Sherwood....................................................15 Carpet Cleaning Mercury Clean..................................................11 Carpets & Flooring Carpet Barn...................................................... 1 Children’s Activities Jo Jingles...........................................................20 Community News Adventures of Nellie.........................................22 Dorset Wildlife Trust: New Year Resolutions.....26 Moors Valley Railway tops public vote.............18 Panto Review - Aladdin.....................................14 What’s On at Lighthouse, Poole....................... 8 Computer Services & Training Silver Training IT............................................... 3 Web-Sites-Plus..................................................28 Cycle Sales & Repair Fit to Ride.........................................................29 Day Nurseries First Steps.........................................................12 Willow Lodge Montessori.................................16 Drainage Services All Drains Cleared.............................................12 Electricians 1st Class Electrical............................................24 Dorset Electrical & Fire Alarms.........................21 Power & Light Electrical.................................... 6 Financial Services Bournemouth Investments............................... 6 Garage Services Steve Cronk.......................................................21 Garden Services Jon Stokes Garden Services...............................28 Health & Beauty Super Smile Teeth Whitening............................28 Hearing Aid Services Kellear Hearing.................................................24

Home Care Right At Home..................................................10 Hot Tub Hire Party Tub Hire...................................................20 Hospitals Bournemouth & Poole NHS Trusts....................13 Insurance A-Plan............................................................... 9 Kitchens Dream Doors.................................................... 5 Flair Interiors....................................................31 Portman Stone..................................................29 Locksmiths Poole Key..........................................................20 Lofts Loft Services...................................................... 3 More Than Loft Ladders...................................16 Model Shops Platform Models...............................................10 Oven Cleaning Mercury Clean..................................................11 Plumbing & Heating Bournemouth Plumbing Solutions....................17 P L H Heating.................................................... 8 Puzzles & Competitions Prize Wordsearch..............................................25 Removals Bournemouth Removals...................................17 Renewable Energy Solutions Nick Good Property Services............................. 7 Residential Care Homes Care South........................................................ 2 Solicitors RWPS Law.........................................................32 Trading Standards Borough of Poole..............................................17 Tree Surgeons RHV................................................................... 8 Video Transfers Carltan Video Productions................................24 Waste Services All Clean Waste Management..........................24 Window Cleaners Peter Allen........................................................ 6 Window Repairs Mr Demister.....................................................20 Windows, Doors & Conservatories Dorset Windows...............................................21 Worktops Portman Stone..................................................29


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AMAZING KITCHEN & BEDROOM MAKEOVERS Less cost, mess & hassle compared to a complete replacement Local Family Firm

We replace the doors, drawer fronts, handles and worktops

WE ALSO SUPPLY & FIT COMPLETE KITCHENS & BEDROOMS

REPLACEMENT WORKTOPS ‘The stone that fits on top’

We supply & fit

the appliances

magic corners / larders

Made to Measure Doors

new kitchen drawers

CONTACT US NOW FOR A FREE NO OBLIGATION QUOTE Tel: 01202 487697 / 07713 114060 info@flairinteriorsltd.co.uk www.flairinteriorsltd.co.uk

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The Oakdale Directory - January 2014