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Published by: Debbie & Stephen Corney and Martin Budden at Dorset Publications

Telephone: 01202 894397 or 01202 676661

Email: info@swanageoracle.co.uk

Happy New Year Swanage! We hade a great Christmas with my Mum and Dad here, having travelled from Hull in the North. Hayden had his first early Christmas, coming into our room at a wonderful 4:15am... Oh dear... He said something very funny just before Christmas, ”You know Mummy some people think that Santa is their PARENTS! I know it is definitely NOT you two… because you like…” and then he started snoring! With a wry smile I politely agreed that I liked my sleep… I guess we cannot travel the planet as we are too lazy! I am sure you have stories yourselves of similar comments. Please do send some in and we can publish them to make us all smile. There is a little joke about Santa inside… the ladies will find it funny, and the men may smile too!

The Swanage Oracle has had a very good year. Copy deadline for Stephen and I would like to thank you for your February 2012 edition: support, especially that given to all of our 25th January 2012 advertisers. Many of our clients inside have Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that data in this also had a good year and this is very often publication is accurate, the publisher down to the calls they get from you. A big cannot accept any liability to any party to loss or damage caused by errors or “Thankyou” from the advertisers too! Again omissions resulting from negligence, this month we have lots of ‘old’ and ‘new’ accident or any other cause. businesses. Please do give any of our The Swanage Oracle does not officially endorse any advertising material advertisers a call and get them to help you in included within the publication. No the house,, or go out and treat yourself to part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval their services. It is a win win situation. They are systems or transmitted in any form, here for you. without prior permission of the publisher. Stephen and I wish you All the Very Best for 2012. Let’s make this a really good one! Proud members of Warm Regards,

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Water Voles The water vole is the largest type of vole. When fully grown, its body reaches a length of between 14cm and 22cm, with a tail length of between 9.5cm and 14cm. They have chestnut-brown fur, which means they are sometimes mistaken for the brown rat hence ‘Ratty’ in The Wind in the Willows. However, this endangered critter can be distinguished from its relative. The water vole is identified by its short, blunt nose, its long hair-covered tail, and small, rounded ears, which lie nestled within their fur. The water vole’s ideal habitat consists of a slow moving body of water - a ditch, river, l a k e o r po nd - s ur r o un d ed by l us h vegetation. Banks of reeds and grass provide the water vole with protection and are intertwined by these strong swimmers to create extensive burrows. These contain chambers which are used to store food and build nests, and are built on numerous floor levels to guard against flooding. Unfortunately, these intricate waterline burrows do not stop the invasion of predators. Entire colonies of wa t er v o l es hav e bee n destroyed by the non-native American mink, an active predator which is small enough to fit through the n a r r o w e nt r a n c es . T hi s indiscriminate hunter poses a s er i o us t hr e a t t o t h e survival of the water vole.

suffered a 95% decline in their population range since 1960 and recent surveys on the River Allen in east Dorset have found a worrying decline in the population there. Work is already underway to target the threat of the American mink; volunteers have been trained to look out for otters, which are crucial in driving this species away. However, predators are not the only cause of this decline. The water vole is also threatened by alien plants, such as the Himalayan Balsam, and the destruction of various habitats, a side effect of common agricultural techniques such as heavy grazing. You can help by reporting any sightings of water voles or mink to Dorset Wildlife Trust by phone on 01202 692033 or by email at abroom@dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk. For more information, visit the website at dorsetwildlifetrust.org/dorsetwildrivers.

Judy Godsall Water vole in Dorset.

Photo by Stewart Canham

Water voles now face the possibility of extinction. It is estimated that they have

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Don’t be worried by the Digital Switchover in March, come to Purbeck Electrical for TV's, Freeview Boxes, etc… and Good Advice!! and all our usual range of white goods

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The Purbeck Association of The National Trust Once again it’s the start of a new year and like Janus, the old Roman god after whom the month is named, we’re looking both backward and forward. Looking back we’ve had a good year, enjoying ourselves at our talks, visits and social events. As usual we only had one event in December, as people are usually so busy with Christmas preparations. This was our Christmas lunch and once again we had a splendid time at the Dorset Golf & Country Club (see picture). Looking forward, we have 30 more talks, visits and social events already planned for 2012. Amongst our visits are one to A La Ronde (a unique 16-sided house in Devon), one to the New Forest Show and one to Cothay Manor in Somerset (featured in Channel 4’s Country House Rescue). Our social events include a skittles evening, a lunchtime fish & chips quiz, a barbecue and exclusive hotpot lunches in Corfe Castle Tea Rooms. Why not get more out of your own National Trust membership (or your status as a Trust Volunteer) by joining us? Our annual membership is great value at only £5, or £7.50 for a couple. If you’d like to, call Membership Secretary Jay Burke on 423775 or visit our website www.purbecknt.org.uk, where you can see our whole programme of activities.

Lounge around in comfort in 2012!!

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Increasing HMRC Investigations HMRC are increasingly focusing their resources on investigating business records, with the objective of recovering as much tax as possible, be it Income Tax, Corporation Tax, VAT, PAYE or National Insurance. With the increased level of penalties likely to be imposed, it is now more important than ever that accurate accounts are prepared and proper records maintained. Take the worry out of your tax affairs by engaging a qualified and experienced AIMS accountant. And remember, your 2010-11 Self Assessment return must be filed electronically and payment received before midnight on 31st January 2012. You will be charged a penalty if the return is late, even if no tax is due. Act now – for a prompt no obligation free consultation from your local AIMS Accountant. www.aims.co.uk

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HAVE YOU JOINED OUR DINING CLUB YET? The Signature Dining Club is free to join. As well as offering money off and special offers, members get priority invitations to special events and themed evenings.

Benefits of membership include: • Buy one of our specially selected red, white or pink wines & receive your second bottle free • Lucky 7: Dine with your card and receive your 7th meal free (conditions apply) • Birthday Bonus: This is a new addition to our Diners Club, please provide us with your date of birth (excluding the year). We would like to offer you a complimentary bottle of Champagne, for you to enjoy on your birthday to accompany your meal. All usual diners card terms and conditions apply.

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Looking Backwards and Forwards A new month! A new year! – and as we begin the age-old sequence of months of the year again, we step into a name-tradition that goes back over two and a half thousand years! And the names are fascinating. Almost seven centuries before Christ, the very earliest Roman calendar had only ten months – and astonishingly they simply had a two-month namegap in the middle of winter. So to put things right, one of their ancient rulers, decided to add a couple of months – and he called them Januarius and Februarius. January, as we call it, was named after the old god of doors and beginnings. He had two faces: one looking forward and one looking backward. February, however, comes from a word meaning ‘purify’, because this was when the Romans practised religious rites of purification. However, even with these two new months, people still thought of the year beginning in March – and indeed we still do (almost) when we begin our financial year in April. The months were still chaotic even centuries later, so Julius Caesar decided to tidy everything up and made a superbly rational system with the days of each month going alternately 31 and 30, even including February. In this system, in leap years, February had just 29.

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In Julius Caesar’s time, July was still called ‘Quintilis’ (the ‘fifth month’) and August was still called ‘Sextilis’ (the ‘sixth month’) – but such was Caesar’s reputation that ‘Quintilis’ was quickly re-named ‘Julius’ – which became our ‘July’. Alas, Caesar’s neat system was to last only a very short time – because when his successor Augustus Caesar came along, he was so jealous of Julius that he arrogantly re-named ‘Sextilis’ after himself! Worse still, he insisted that ‘August’ – his month – should have 31 days, to equal that of July. Predictably, this threw the whole year into chaos again, and we’ve lived with it ever since! Poor February was robbed of its full quota! In parts of northern Europe, untouched by Rome, the months had much more picturesque names. The old Saxons called January ‘Wulfmonath’ because this was when ravenous wolves would be likely to raid their villages. February was ‘Sprout-kale’, when cabbages would sprout. March was ‘Hlyd-monath’ because of its storms. April was ‘Eostur-monath’ after the goddess of fertility. May was ‘Thromilchi’, when cows could be milked three times a day. June was called ‘Litha’ (but nobody knows why!).

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we’re stuck with the Latin words and those bickering old Romans…. (Incidentally, 2012 is a ‘Leap Year’ with an ‘intercalary day’. It ‘leaps’ because any anniversary after that date misses or ‘leaps over’ a day of the week!) David Hilliam • • • • • • • •

David Hilliam is a local writer and lecturer, and is Secretary of the Southbourne Literary Society. His latest books, The Little Book of D o r s e t a n d T i g ’ s Bo y s , a r e available in all good bookshops.

Sculpture of the two faced god Janus, which can be found in the Vatican

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Festive Humour 10 Reasons why we know Santa is a man 1.

No dress sense

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Never replies to your letters

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The chances of getting what you asked for are nil

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Beer belly

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Will only commit to one day a year

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Obsessed with stockings

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He never stops to ask for directions

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Too lazy to shave

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He always wears the same clothes

10. Only willing to do a job where people leave booze and food out for him‌ and he doesn’t wash the plate up afterwards!

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Traditional or modern designs created in Purbeck & Cotswold limestone, Portland limestone or White Marble.

Also Stone Floors, Purbeck stone walls and heavy stone Memorial Seats. Enquires at alanthestonemason@googlemail.com or tel: Alan the Stonemason on 01929 481314

IT Services for the Home and Business PC repairs, upgrades and troubleshooting Wireless networking and broadband setup Virus and Spyware removal Professional, prompt and friendly service No callout charge - No fix, no fee

01929 480529 web: www.ajvcomputing.co.uk email: enquiries@ajvcomputing.co.uk

MEMORIALS Cremations stones, Book Memorials Gravestones in Granite, White Marble or Purbeck & Portland Limestone

WORKTOPS Polished Stone and Granite worktops Scratches removed surfaces re-polished Repairs or Replacements We also produce benches in limestone Tel Alan the Stonemason on 01929 481314 Email: alanthestonemason@googlemail.com

Commercial Laundry & Dry Cleaners Services include: Commercial Laundry — Hotels, nursing homes, restaurants, hairdressers, B&Bs, pubs and campsites

Domestic Laundry — Duvets, curtains, settee covers, blankets & throws, ironing service

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Fantastic February at Corfe Castle February half term sees the return of the daredevil zip wire teddies to Corfe Castle, along with a free new-look Castle Quests activity trail for families. Castle Quests take you on a journey through 1,000 years of history, meeting kings, queens, knights and prisoners along the way. Complete the quest and win a new reward for 2012. Castle Quests are self guided and are available every day from February half term (Feb 11-19) throughout the rest of 2012. The accompanying activity booklet is packed with things to do including quiz questions, brass rubbings and join-the-dots. February half term also sees the welcome return of the zip wire teddies. Children can bring their favourite soft toy for a daredevil 50 metre ride from the keep to the south west gatehouse.

Every successful teddy wins a bravery certificate and membership of the exclusive Corfe Castle Ready, Teddy, Go! Club. Full safety harnesses are available to fit most teddies, and novices have the option of a tandem jump accompanied by one of our more experienced teddies. Castle Quests and zip wire teddies are free events – normal admission fees apply.

Purbeck Railway Circle Friday 13 January Colin Stone will give a slide show on ‘The Railways of Poole’. Harmans Cross Village Hall, Haycrafts Lane, Harmans Cross. 7.00 for 7.30pm. All welcome. For more info phone 01929 421913.

Friday 10 February Brian House will present ‘An Audio-Visual RAILSHOW’. Harmans Cross Village Hall, Haycrafts Lane, Harmans Cross. 7.00 for 7.30 pm. All welcome. For more info phone 01929 421913.

Purbeck Chess Club Purbeck Chess Club meets at Mortons House Hotel, Corfe Castle, between September to April each year, commencing at 7 pm. The club caters for p lay ers of all abilities, in clud in g beginners. Contact Secretary Brian Beard on 01929 425988 anytime.

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Fixed quote work Loft conversions / Cut and truss roofing Dormer and Velux windows 1 & 2 fix carpentry / Kitchens fitted Laminate flooring Replacement fascias & guttering Flat pack furniture assembled General repair work

Call Peter Albin Mobile 07834 983022 Home 01929 425048

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SWANAGE DISABLED CLUB We are now beginning our third year as Swanage Disabled Club. Many thanks to you the members for your continued support by coming to meetings and introducing your friends to either Handiclub or Happy Circleon alternate Monday afternoons. We start our new year on Monday 9th January 2012 at The Catholic Hall and look forward to seeing you all after the festive break and new faces are always welcome. Contact Daphne Saville on 01929 425241 for more information. We continue to receive local generosity firstly by The Lions Club for the use of a beach hut, then with a cheque for £400 last September from The Carnival & Regatta Committee. Also this year we are being included as one of the Mayor’s charities. It must have been the dinosaurs on the bus during the carnival that did it! We raised over £1,500 on our sea-front stalls, all achieved by members and helpers hard work during the year producing items for sale. Thank you. The money raised enables us to treat our members for outings and a Christmas Lunch at a local hotel, and of course keeps our Care Bus available for our clubs and other organisations. Our special thanks must go to the Care Bus drivers and escorts who are always cheerful, caring and ready to help with all our meetings and outings, plus any extra times when th e bu s is re qu ire d by other organisations and clubs. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Many members are brought to the meetings by car, thank you to their drivers also. We wish you all a Healthy and Happy New Year to everyone who so generously supports Swanage Disabled Club. Daphne Saville, Hon. Sec.

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The Swanage Oracle Prize Wordsearch

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This month’s prize is a meal for two at Ocean Bay, so complete this page by 25th January and send to: January Prize Wordsearch The Swanage Oracle, 1 Moorlands Rise, West Moors, Ferndown, BH22 0JR

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JACK AND THE BEANSTALK THE BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION PANTOMIME This year UK Productions brought you ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, as the Bournemouth Pavilion Pantomime. We were lucky enough to get to see a performance and also talk to those prize winners who won tickets and saw the show. We followed the hilarious tale of the ups and downs of young Jack Trott played by Debra Stevenson (The Impressions Show & Coronation Street). Along with the other cast members, one of the highlights we all noticed was the quality of the singing. Right from the start we were all in the panto spirit. Especially when Jack’s less than bright brother Silly Billy played by CBeebies star and now Bournemouth panto favourite Chris Jarvis came along. The Good Fairy, Kate Weston from Wave 105, gave a great showing for local talent (together with her magical wave!) and Jack’s long-suffering mother Dame Trott was played absolutely hilariously by Nick Wilton who is better known as Mr Lister from EastEnders. The villain of the piece was the evil giant’s nasty henchman Fleshcreep played by Brian Capron (Coronation Street’s bad boy Richard Hillman). No one had a problem in booing every time he appeared on stage!

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Add all of that to the plentiful audience participation, including the rendition of “Moo-moo land” for the family cow, Daisy, that Jack had to rescue from the Giant, and a great time was had by all. According to our source at BH Live, tickets were bought in record numbers yet again, so let’s see what next year has to offer! Thank you to all those who took the effort to contact us with their comments.

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Supporting musicians through The Michael James Music Trust Established in 1981 in memory of the young organist and conductor Michael James BA, FRCO, to discover, promote, educate and support gifted young musicians. Based in Wimborne Minster, the charity has its local representative as Brian Barker, proprietor of quaint and attractive Georgian Gems in Swanage High Street. Since the Trust was established in 1981, over 550 students have been helped to reach their goals in the field of music, goals which they may not otherwise achieve. The Trust is funded by annual concerts, by donations and personal covenants or capital gifts. If you would like to support the Trust or find out more please contact Brian at: Georgian Gems, 28 High Street, Swanage, BH19 2NU Tel: 01929 424697 Website: www.georgiangems.co.uk

Verbal valuations £1 • Any item Proceeds to go to The Michael James Music Trust

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Index of advertisers

Your quick guide to everyone and everything in your Directory... Accountants AIMS...................................... 9 PJC Accounting Services ........ 5 Aerials Repairline .............................. 17 Bathrooms C&C Bathrooms..................... 21

Dry Cleaning & Laundry Creases ..................................15

Memorial Masons Alan the Stonemason ............ 15

Electrical Appliances Purbeck Electrical................... 7

Plumbing and Heating C&C Plumbing........................ 21 Gasways ................................ 2 Heatwise ............................... 7 Tapworks Plumbing ............... 9

Electricians J. Taylor Electrical .................. 9

Blinds, Curtains & Shutters Ashley Blinds ......................... 3

Events Corfe Castle: Half Term ..........16 Purbeck Railway Circle ...........16

Carpets & Flooring Purbeck Flooring ................... 3

Fireplaces Alan the Stonemason.............15

Community News Dorset Wildlife Trust ............. 6 Festive Humour: 10 reasons .. 14 Looking Forwards & Backwards . 10 Michael James Music Trust ... 21 Panto Review: Jack and the Beanstalk . 20 Purbeck Area NT.................... 8 Purbeck Chess Club................ 16 Swanage Map ...................... 12 Swanage Disabled Club ......... 18 Truth About Drugs: Alcohol ... 11 Computer Services AJV Computing ...................... 15 Whizz Bits.............................. 16 Courses Overcoming Ups & Downs..... 18

Fitted Furniture Custom World ........................32 Health & Fitness Shiatsu ...................................15 Hotels, Pubs & Restaurant Ocean Bay.............................. 9 Insurance NFU Mutual ........................... 5 Jewellers Georgian Gems ......................21 Key Cutting & Engraving John Hagans ..........................15

Property Maintenance Total Woodwork.................... 17 Puzzles Prize Wordsearch .................. 19 Rock Salt Supplies Dorset Soils & Aggregates ..... 1 Shoe Repairs John Hagans .......................... 15 Sofas Joe Knight .............................. 8 Taxis DMB Cars............................... 17 Tiles UK Tiles.................................. 5 Toys The Purple Poppy................... 31

Useful Numbers BT Fault Line Buses - Wilts & Dorset Chemists - Alliance - Boots - Co-op Pioneer Citizens Advice - Purbeck - Swanage Council - Purbeck District Doctor - Swanage Medical Practice Electricity - Power Loss

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Gas - Emergency Hospitals - Poole General - Swanage - Bournemouth NHS Direct Police Station Registrar Tues & Thurs 10—12 Social Services Train Times & Enquiries Wessex Water - Emergency

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