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The Southbourne Link Edition 50

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Stephen & Debbie Corney at Dorset Publications

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Copy deadline for the September 2013 edition: 25th August 2013

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 Southbourne Link 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 Southbourne, What great weather we have had. Let’s hope this continues and the children, as well as ourselves, all have a great summer! In this month’s issue of The Southbourne Link we have our very own ‘Nellie’ feature. This is The Dorset Publications campervan we invested in recently. I love our trips out and this month we went to Winspit which some of you may know. We had a wonderful warm day walking around the amazing disused quarry, exploring the caves, having a picnic and then bathing in the rock pools. Please take a look at our photos on pages 20 and 21. There are also lots of different articles for you so do enjoy a good cup of tea or coffee and have a read. Don’t forget to use The Southbourne Link for all those jobs you need help with in the house or the garden. The advertisers inside eagerly await to hear from you. This keeps the local community helping each other and is a situation in which everyone wins. If you have any acknowledgements you would like to make, whether it is an advertiser already in the magazine, or another who has helped you recently, please let me know. I can print good news about our advertisers in the next edition. This will be a great exchange back to the companies which have given you good service. The lucky winner of the July wordsearch was Mrs Kemish! Well done to you and we hope you have a good night out. Best Wishes for a Super Summer!

Debbie & Stephen Corney P.S. Do wave to us in Nellie if you see us!

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Show Time!

During the heat of last month I was part of a small team filming two very different end of year school shows, both hugely popular. One at the Regent Centre, Christchurch and the other at the Bournemouth Pavilion. Both were excellent and reflected the hard work and dedication of the young people and staff at rehearsal, on stage and behind the scenes. The first, ‘Save Our Planet’ was for family and friends at Christchurch Infant School. This was closely followed by the Big Little Theatre School production of Broadway Showtunes. Between them they spanned all ages from 6 and a bit to 19 plus, giving young people a chance to show what they can do, or as Big Little puts it ‘permission to shine’. This was evident not only on stage but whilst speaking with the cast for the Broadway Showtunes DVD. I was impressed by the confidence and ease shown by youngsters when I pointed a microphone towards them. I was fortunate to also be able to speak with the co-founder of Big Little, Michelle Guy, co-producer of Showtunes, the thirteenth in the series. Locally based Michelle met Colin Billing, the company’s creative producer and musical supervisor whilst directing for the original Big Little Theatre Company, an adult company. In a pub one night they came up with an idea of a youth theatre and in 1996 co-founded Big Little Theatre School, a non-profit organisation to promote personal excellence through performance for students aged 3 - 19 years. Children progress through four youth theatre companies dependant on age and future intentions. They meet on Saturdays in Bournemouth. For those who want to commit to theatre as a career, there is the Professional Development Programme. This prepares them to meet the very high standards required for auditions for sought after places at top Theatre Schools. The key to the success of Big Little is in employing experienced professionals

in all aspects of training and putting on productions. Just picking two from several qualified members of the team, Colin Billing has several West End and national credits for his work. The lighting designer, Georg Spindler is flown in from Switzerland for the week. Past students are well represented in London’s theatre land and national tours. Jack Donnelly is playing the lead in the new BBC drama series ‘Atlantis’ and Victoria Yeates is currently filming for a new series of ‘Call the Midwife’. It is good to see that local theatre continues to flourish, with a new generation waiting in the wings. Big Little can be contacted through their website at www.biglittle.biz and the Broadway Showtunes DVD can be ordered on-line. See the trailer at www. netfora.tv

Eric Montague is a local special interest and corporate film maker, producing DVDs and video for the internet.


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Providing care where it’s needed “My physiotherapist, Carly Fricker, visits me at home for my rehabilitation following a stroke. Recovering and learning to get about again in my own surroundings, rather than in a hospital, is much better for me.” Michael Goulding “The whole home birth experience was just amazing. For us to be the sole focus of two highly experienced midwives - one looking after me and the other looking after the baby - was just so reassuring.” Serena and James Witt Michael Goulding and Serena and James Witt have both had very different experiences of receiving the care they needed at home, rather than in hospital. Michael Goulding recently suffered a stroke and was admitted to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital for eight days before being discharged. He was allocated a physiotherapist from the hospital’s 10-strong Stroke Early Supported Discharge Team. Since his stroke, Michael has been experiencing problems with his walking as well as sciatica pains in his back and legs. Following his discharge from hospital, as part of his rehabilitation, he has been receiving a mix of home-based musculosketal and neurological physiotherapy for at least 45 minutes every day. This programme of physiotherapy will take place for at least two weeks. He says: “I like receiving physio at home as it’s comfortable and convenient which I’m sure will help to aid a quick recovery. Having the therapist come to me in my own home is the biggest benefit, allowing me to rest as much as possible.” Serena and James Witt brought daughter Grace into the world at home, supported by Poole Hospital’s Eden home birth team. The five-strong team is dedicated to supporting home births, with their schedules geared around the women booked for home births and not hardand-fast rotas.

Physiotherapist Carly Fricker helps Michael at home

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“Our midwife, Louise, was so confident and made us confident in our choice too,” said Serena. “The birth was everything we wanted it to be, with all our creature comforts and in our own surroundings.” Research shows that giving birth in a relaxed and calming environment is better for mum and baby, with benefits including a reduced need for pain relief. Care closer to home has been a focus for the NHS nationally for some time. When appropriate it can provide more flexible and accessible care for patients, resulting in a more personal experience. It also encourages greater independence with patients often thriving at home in more familiar surroundings. For some patients who are acutely unwell hospital is the right place to be. For some other patients who do not need acute hospital care, they will benefit more from care that is delivered much closer to home. No one wants to come in to hospital if they don’t need to so home care is much more appropriate. As a result, patients are more satisfied with the care they have received, have increased knowledge of their condition and therefore can often self-manage it better. Other examples where we are providing care where it’s needed include respiratory early discharge schemes, maternity and children’s services. Christchurch Hospital has seen an increase in the number of outpatient clinics, blood test and x-ray services provided, so that patients don’t have to travel to Bournemouth for their appointments. Ophthalmology (eyes) outpatient clinics have also recently started running at Blandford Hospital, following a request from a GP. The trusts recently launched their Informatics Strategy which sets out ambitious plans on how IT and technology will support delivering care where it’s needed. This includes phone clinics, telemedicine and phone apps. The proposed merger between Poole, the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch hospitals will mean we can provide even more care where it’s needed, ultimately providing more personal care. Outpatient and day-case services will remain on all three sites. Merger allows us to combine staff rotas and provide more flexible working. Improving patient outcomes is a key health priority for the new foundation trust, if approved. The merger will also ensure we can sustain the services we provide and keep them local.


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Talking about Wildlife... Meet a tree in Dorset It may be easy to take trees in our everyday environment for granted, but it is impossible to imagine life on Earth without them. Trees are of immeasurable value both to us and wildlife, from being home to hundreds of different species, to providing us with practically all basics of life, as well as spiritual refuge and inspiration. Various wildlife; from the tiniest insects and fungi to birds and mammals, live in and on trees, and also use them for shelter and food. Trees are essential as wildlife corridors, and species such as dormice live the majority of their active lives in the safety of the tree canopy, travelling from one tree to another. Throughout their history, humans have benefited from trees that have provided them with lumber, furniture, warmth, food, shade, paper, and, of course, oxygen! The process of photosynthesis, carried out by trees and other plants, is one of the very foundations of life. There are around 60 native species of trees in Britain, which come in numerous varieties of sizes, shapes and colours. Trees fall into two main groups: evergreen or deciduous. Evergreens, for example conifers, maintain their leaves throughout the seasons, whereas deciduous trees such as oak generally lose their leaves once a year. Trees are an integral part of our landscape in Dorset, which is also a home to some impressive veteran trees, treasured for their cultural, ecological and historical significance. Veteran trees are

in the ancient stage of their life and can be identified by a number of features, including bark loss, decay holes and a high level of independent wildlife species living in it. It is important that Veteran trees are protected, as many species of wildlife that live in them could not survive in any other tree. Dorset has a number of veteran trees, including a yew tree in Lytchett Matravers which is estimated to be 1,500 years old. Most famously perhaps, Dorset has the avenue of Beech trees planted by French prisoners of war which run from Blandford Forum to Wimborne. Dorset Wildlife Trust also have some stunning ancient trees at the Kingcombe Meadows nature reserve, and on 22nd August we are inviting adults and children to come and ‘meet a tree’ to find out more about their history and what makes them so special. Please call 01300 321409 to get more information and book your place! By Niina Silvennoinen Powerstock Veteran Oak Tree Photo: Tony Bates


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Candlelight Nights Is Back With A Boom! Candlelight Nights is back for another year in Bournemouth Lower Gardens. The free event welcomes all ages on Wednesday 14th and 21st of August. Entertainment starts from 6pm with the traditional candle lighting from 8pm. The Bournemouth Tourism event has a jam packed programme of events including interactive drumming and circus workshops, street art entertainment plus spectacular fire shows. This year has been kindly sponsored by Bennington Green, the local construction company proud to support such a special event for the tourists and residents. Other support has been given by Green Wing UK, Bournemouth Airport, Splashdown, The Trouville Hotel and S&D Leisure.

With thousands of people predicted to attend, the four Wednesday evenings will showcase the award winning gardens and host a special opening on the first Wednesday by Director of Tourism Mark Smith, President of Bournemouth Chamber Mandy Payne and BAHA Chairman Paul Clarke. Organiser Suzy Wheeler of Strawberry Fields RePresents comments, “We are very proud to organise such a traditional event on behalf of Bournemouth Tourism. This year welcomes a new organiser to the team, Simon Chainey plus special attractions and top class entertainers. It is important to highlight the 100 year old history and we have Bournemouth’s poet Steve Biddle and visual artist Hazel Evans presenting the story of the candle lighting. So many generations have enjoyed this event as we continue the legacy”. For more information, please visit the Bournemouth Tourism website at www.bournemouth.co.uk.


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It’s more than just an Air Show... The Bournemouth Air Festival is more than just an air show, and this year’s Night Air programme extends the true festival feel of the event long into the evening. The electric atmosphere of Night Air, sponsored by Corona and supported by the official Night Air radio partner Wave 105, sees entertainment and events taking place throughout the town, from Bournemouth and Boscombe Piers, the Lower Gardens and town centre. This year will see the return of dynamic dusk air displays and for the first time ever they will be on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. The remarkable SWIP Team Twister Duo return to light up the skies with their swishing and swooping displays, O’Brien’s Flying Circus are back with a crazy routine, and, in a Night Air first, the Red Devils are performing three amazing night jumps, complete with glow sticks and dazzling pyrotechnics. There will also be spectacular fireworks on the Saturday night to finish things off with a bang. The Corona Night Air stage, in association with Wave 105, will host a selection of fantastic popular performers on both Friday 30th August and Saturday 31st from 6:35pm. From the brilliant Blue to The Feeling, Stooshe, Lucy Spraggan, Diana Vickers, Kodaline, Johnny Hates Jazz, Neon Jungle and Gabriella Cilmi – there is really is something for everyone! Don’t miss out on this spectacular event. Tickets are just £7.00 and can be purchased by contacting BH Live Tickets on 0844 576 3000 or by visiting bhlivetickets.co.uk and searching ‘Night Air at the Piers’. Bournemouth Pier will be showcasing

some terrific tribute acts including The Beach Buoys who will be spreading good vibrations across the crowd and Elvis tribute act Ben Portsmouth, who is keeping the king of rock and roll very much alive. Plus Derek Sandy will be performing his funky flow of reggae rhythms on Friday night, which will ease you into a relaxing summer vibe, perfectly set to the backdrop of the beautiful Bournemouth beach. The East Overcliff will come to life in the evenings when the Band of HM Royal Marines Collingwood brings regal rhythms and visual splendour to entertain the crowds. The Royal Marines Combat Display Team will also be located on the East Overcliff demonstrating their impressive fighting skills with specialists participating in unarmed combat. The Lower Gardens will be filled with family entertainment - from traditional Punch and Judy performances to stiltwalkers and face painting. Get your creative juices flowing with plane & craft workshops for children of all ages and abilities or enjoy some Jazz and Swing music performed by some fantastic artist in the Pinewalk Bandstand. So join in the festival feeling and make sure you’re part of this year’s Night Air. Visit bournemouthair.co.uk for more information.


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The Adventures of Nellie The Dorset Publications Camper Van This month Nellie, the Dorset Publications Campervan took us to Winspit which is a disused quarry to the South of Worth Matravers. I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive at first, taking young children... It is actually an awe inspiring place! The views of the Purbeck coastline are magnificent. On a sunny day, as we had, with the cliffs, the sea and the sky, this would be great place to sit and write a book! The quarry is situated on the junction of the footpath from Worth Matravers with the South West Coast Path. We parked in the car park at Worth Matravers and walked down to the cliffs, through the village. It is about a 15-20 minute walk with glorious views. Winspit, I discovered, was worked as a quarry right up to the Second World War and was then taken over by the military. With the ready made â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;bunkersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; where the rocks had been

carved out of the cliffs, this must have been a great place for the soldiers to shelter as well as fire the guns at the enemy! There are certain areas now which are closed to the public, for our own safety, but there are still many caves and tunnels which you can explore if you are so inclined, as you can see opposite. It is certainly not for those who feel


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claustrophobic! It is definitely very exciting for those who like the ‘feel’ of the past, and enjoy a place with a certain amount of ‘atmosphere’. The children loved it, finding sloworms too! We went with friends and at one point the children disappeared into the rock face and came out at the top of the cliff! After a magnificent picnic overlooking the rugged and beautiful Jurassic coastline, the children had a bathe in a rock pool near the sea. Such fun! Martin opted to dive straight into the sea as you can see here… We had a fantastic day and I do recommend it, but do be aware of the warning signs of potentially falling rocks, and oh yes… I heard there may

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be aliens around! Winspit quarry was not only been featured in episodes of Blake’s 7, but was also filmed as “Skaro”, the home planet of the Daleks for Dr Who! A truly amazing place right here in Dorset. When we returned to the car, we even got treated to a chap landing his paraglider almost over our heads! Where will Nellie go next? See next month’s issue of… The Southbourne Link! By Debbie Corney


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THE BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION

WEDDING SHOW BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION BALLROOM

SATURDAY 21–SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2013 The Bournemouth Pavilion Wedding Show is returning to the Bournemouth Pavilion Ballroom this September as a “must visit” exhibition for those planning their special wedding day or civil partnership. On Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September 2013, over 90 specialists will be available to help you plan your special day. From florists to photographers, cakes to cars, bridal gowns and groom’s attire, invitations to entertainers and videos to venues. Plus Daily Fashion Shows, First Dance Zone, a Hair Zone and a Pop-up Vintage Tea Room.


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The Southbourne Link Prize Wordsearch

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This month, the prize is tickets to The Bournemouth Pavilion Wedding Fair on Saturday 21st September at The Pavilion, so please complete this page by 25th August and send to:

August Prize Wordsearch Name: The Southbourne Link, Address: 1 Moorlands Rise, West Moors, Ferndown, BH22 0JR Telephone:

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Bournemouth & Beyond Discovery Group This long established group has been active for over forty years and continues to provide a varied programme for members and visitors. During the Autumn and Spring we meet weekly for talks on a wide variety of subjects. These are followed by day, afternoon or evening visits to places of interest. Topics for the new autumn programme include Wilton House, By Sail to Syria. and Groucho Marx. On our first evening Kevin Patience is talking about “The Bombay Explosion and the Day it Rained Gold” This is the story of a Liberty ship laden with gold which exploded in 1944 destroying part of Bombay Docks. The date for your diary is Tuesday,

September 17th at 7:30pm, Richmond Hill St. Andrews United Reformed Church Hall, St. Stephens Road, Bournemouth, BH2 6JJ. Membership: £18.00 per person for 12 evenings. Visitors: £2.50 per evening. Find more on our website at: www.bournemouthandbeyond.co.uk


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Southbourne Library Summer Events Date

Event Name

Start Time

Age Group

Saturday 10th August

Barmy Bone Make and Take

10.00am

All ages

Friday 9th August

Street Dance Skeletons

2.15pm

6 and over

Tuesday 13th August

Spooky Ride

2.15pm

Under 5

Thursday 15th August

Mayhem at the Mystery Mansion

10.00 am

5 and over

Tuesday 20th August

Ready, Steady Ghost

2.15pm

Under 5

Friday 23rd August

The Puzzle of Pokesdown Portrait

2.15pm

5 and over

Tuesday 27th August

Bouncing Bats

2.15pm

Under 5

Thursday 29th August

Spine Tingling Twilight Tales

5.30pm

5 and over

Saturday 14th September

Return to the Creepy House Make and Take

10.00am

All ages

There is also a reading challenge for adults to Read Around the Region and choose books by local authors. For more information on any of these events or to book your place, contact the library on 01202 428784.

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Index of advertisers

Your quick guide to everyone and everything in your Directory... Acupuncturists Jackie Greenwood............................................15 Blinds, Curtains & Shutters Ashley Blinds..................................................... 3 Builders & Carpenters ACP Builders.....................................................32 Excellence Homes.............................................20 Ian Jones...........................................................22 RJW Carpentry..................................................19 Carpet & Upholstery Cleaners The Cleaning Doctor.........................................29 Children’s Activities Jo Jingles...........................................................24 Chimney Sweeps Oliver Chimney Sweep......................................27 Chiropodists Karen Lewis-Fry................................................23 Chiroptractors Paul Harris........................................................29 Community News Adventures of Nellie.........................................20 Boscombe & Southbourne Probus Club............28 Candlelight Nights back with a boom!.............14 Dorset Wildlife Trust: Meet a tree in Dorset.....12 Not just an Air Show.........................................18 Pavilion Wedding Show....................................24 Pokesdown & Southbourne Ex-Servicemen’s Club...26 Show Time........................................................ 6 Southbourne Library Summer Events...............28 Denture Services Dorset Denture Clinic........................................22 Domestic Cleaners Home Pride.......................................................29 Drainage Services All Drains Cleared.............................................13 Electricians Blackwell Electrical...........................................13 D Lowrey...........................................................16 Savage Electrical..............................................27 Estate Agents Powis................................................................10 Florists Soutbourne Florists...........................................22 Garage Services Kimberley Garage.............................................16 Garden Services Gr8 Grass..........................................................29 Health & Fitness Women’s Workout............................................23

Hearing Aids Clarity Hearing Solutions..................................19 Kellear Hearing.................................................15 Home Care Right at Home (Bournemouth).........................17 Hospitals Bournemouth & Poole NHS Trusts.................... 9 Kitchens Flair Interiors.................................................... 5 Portman Stone..................................................17 Troman Fitted Furniture.................................... 3 Landscaping Supplies The Stone Zone.................................................15 Osteopaths Christchurch Osteopathic Clinic........................24 Oven Cleaners Oven King.........................................................11 Painters & Decorators Gary Bailey.......................................................10 Palmer Decorating............................................22 Party Stores Peeks................................................................11 Plasterers D. Browne Plastering........................................11 Plumbing & Heating Services Gas BoilerCare.................................................. 7 Property Maintenance Ian Jones Property Maintenance......................22 Phil’s Handyman Services.................................13 Puzzles & Competitions Kids Page.......................................................... 8 Prize Wordsearch..............................................25 Sudoku..............................................................28 Removals Bournemouth Removals...................................24 Residential Care Homes Wickmeads.......................................................31 Solicitors Robert Wrynne................................................. 2 Turf & Garden Supplies Sherborne Turf.................................................. 3 Vets Natterjacks Vet................................................. 1 Window Repairs Mr Demister.....................................................27 Windows, Doors & Conservatories Allglaze.............................................................19 Worktops Portman Stone..................................................17


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Wickmeads A Care South Residential Care Home

Thinking of moving into a care home? We’re here to help Situated in the heart of the Southbourne community, Wickmeads provides quality residential care, including dementia care, in a home-fromhome atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a new home or a short respite stay, we offer a warm welcome, comfort, security and peace of mind. To arrange a visit or find out more, please contact the Wickmeads manager, Karen Taylor

 01202 427144 wickmeads@care-south.co.uk

Care South is a leading provider of residential and home care across the south of England Registered Charity No. 1014697

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The Southbourne Link - August 2013  

August 2013 edition of The Southbourne Link

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