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2 The Brockenhurst Guide New Edition 7

Published by: Stephen & Debbie Corney

Telephone: 01202 894397

Email: info@brockenhurstguide.co.uk

Copy deadline for February edition of The Lyndhurst Directory: 28th January 2011 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 Brockenhurst Guide 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 Neighbours, A Very Happy New Year to You! We had a great Christmas with my Mum and Dad who, despite the snow made it all the way from Hull to stay with us. Hayden pleaded with Grandma to drive down here which really did help her make the decision to set off. All was fine with a “good run” as my Dad would say. Hayden was very good and woke up at his usual 8am Christmas morning so we were all able to enjoy the day and not sleep through it! Father Christmas was very generous and we were all delighted with our gifts. I hope you had an equally successful and joyful time. I do hear that some have had the ‘dreaded bug’. Hopefully not too many! Steve and I had a quiet New Year with a candle lit dinner for two which is most unusual I have to say. So, now is the time to put those New Year’s resolutions into practice and really make 2011 one of the best ever! Don’t forget if you need anything doing in or around the home we have all the local trades people here to help you. Keeping business local will support our local economy hugely. It keeps the money flowing in our area! If you have a ‘thank you’ to send to one of our advertisers please let me know and I will print it for you. We love to see those. Steve and I wish you All the Very Best for 2011!

Debbie

Useful Numbers Brockenhurst Police Southern Electricity Transco Gas Emergency Southampton Gen. Hosp.

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0845 045 45 45 08457 708090 0800 111999 023 8077 7222

Train Enquires First Bus Company Wessex Water Lymington Library

08457 484950 023 8058 4321 01225 526000 01590 673050

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Are You Planning An Event This Year? Most of us at some stage of our busy lives will need to cater for an important event be it a Wedding, Christening, Birthday, Special Anniversary, or Passing of Exams. Immediately several questions are first and foremost in our minds: • How much will it cost? • Where will we hold it?

A little time to discuss the planning and catering for your special event whatever it may be will enable you to relax in the knowledge that all those worries associated with organising the event can be taken away ensuring your enjoyment and complete satisfaction on your special day! Sally Curtis Catering

• What sort of food shall we have? • How many people can we invite? To cater for an event in a hotel can be expensive. So many times I have been to visit a client and the problem faced is much that we would love to hold our celebration here, we don’t have a lot of room. A relatively small garden can house a marquee these days. With the new frame systems that are available they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. This option can enable one to extend the guest list for a wedding or larger party without that never ending problem of the guest list. Other options can be making enquiries locally for venue’s that are available for hire. These are usually moderately priced and providing they have an adequate kitchen area can be an ideal solution. As an independent caterer for over 25 years, we can adapt to most situations as indeed I have had to sometimes deal with last minute anxieties but always ending up with a positive result. The benefits of a Caterer can mean that your precise requirements can be met both with your choice of menu and the venue.

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Airport Transfers • Private Hire 8 Seater Mini-bus All major credit cards accepted info@allportstaxi.co.uk www.allportstaxi.co.uk 01590

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Make a Lasting Power of Attorney Have you ever thought about what would happen to your assets and affairs, such as your home, savings or bank accounts, if you became unable to manage things for yourself in later life? Or what if you were to suffer a debilitating stroke, or develop Alzheimer’s? In most instances an application would need to be made to the Court of Protection to obtain a court order appointing a deputy to manage your affairs on your behalf. The process is costly, time consuming and can result in a decision being made that you may not have necessarily made yourself. The alternative is much better, simpler and cheaper: make a lasting power of attorney (LPA) now. An LPA is a legal document where you can give the person or persons of your choice (called attorneys) authority to make decisions on your behalf. You can decide who will act for you, when and in what circumstances, and what the scope of their authority will be. There are two types of LPA. You can make either or both. A Property and Finance LPA (PF LPA) gives your attorneys authority to deal with your property and finances as you specify whether you have or lack mental capacity. A Health and Welfare LPA (HW LPA) allows your attorneys to make welfare and health care decisions on your behalf, but only when you lack mental capacity to do so yourself. This could also extend, if you wish, to giving or refusing consent to the continuation of life sustaining treatment. Once you have decided who you want to act for you, and the LPA has been

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prepared, the procedure is very simple. You sign the LPA in front of an independent person such as your solicitor who will ensure that you fully understand and are happy with the LPA. Your chosen attorneys then sign. The LPA is then registered at the Office of the Public Guardian. Once registered, the PF LPA can be used as and when needed. The HW LPA can be used only if you become mentally incapable of making health and welfare decisions. In my opinion LPAs rank alongside Wills as vitally important documents that ideally every capable adult should have in place. I tend to think of LPAs as insurance policies - and cheap ones at that. They are the simplest and most effective way of allowing the persons of your choice to manage your affairs, in the way that you want them to. True, an LPA may never need to be used - all well and good - but if it is needed, which is often the case in later life, a considerable amount of time and money would have been saved, and a period of uncertainty and anxiety avoided. I am a Solicitor in Scott Bailey LLP’s Private Client department which specialises in Lasting Powers of Attorney, Wills, Probate, Trust and Inheritance Tax planning matters. If you would like more information please contact me on 01590 676933 or email me at lloyd@scottbailey.co.uk

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The Onset of Winter The Autumn hues have left the trees As Winters chill winds blow But Winter has a surprise in store As from the clouds comes snow The biting winds that oftimes give A feeling of despair Do have a purpose at this time As leaves form layer on layer With the gentle fall of snowflakes Forming a blanket on the ground So nature protects its life cycle With warmth for life underground Wildlife is no stranger to hard times; Some gather food and hibernate They save their strength ‘till another day And, for the present, wait And so we learn from Natures lesson That we should keep warm Not only in a physical way But in friendships, free from harm Winter makes us ever aware Of potential times of hardship So we should strive to see the good In life, and be forever positive

By David Lindsley

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WHO’S BARMY? By Judie Jones They say I'm demented, whatever that is! I’ve heard the nurses talking about me. They want to look at themselves in the mirror sometime. That would give them a nasty shock. That miserable old doctor's been to see me again with his daft questions. “What day of the week is it? What is the name of our prime minister?” I caught him this time though. I said Adolph Hitler and saw him shake his head at Matron and write in his little book. Course, I know full well it's Stanley Baldwin. Silly man, hasn't got the brains of a maggot. Oh god, I can hear that girl with the tea tray. “Nice cup of tea darling?” she shrieks in that high pitched voice of hers. Does she think we’re deaf or something. With a voice like that she could open a can of sardines. I don't want her tea anyway. She makes it all milky, then it’s luke warm. I like my tea dark brown and hot. But she said I might scald myself. I think I've been here a long time - um maybe ten years. I remember my boy said it was for the best. He retired then he moved abroad. Haven't seen him since, but he does send me presents. A box of chocolates on my birthday. Caramels. Couldn't eat them so I spat them down the lav. There's a silly woman who comes in and says we've got to exercise. She sits us in a circle, then prances around to music and tells us to jiggle. Jiggle. The only jiggling I do is when I'm dying for a wee and they won't answer my bell. I don't bother to speak to the other residents any more. Most of them are daft. They sit, all sad and droopy, just waiting for nothing. Can't do with that. Just lately my old mum’s put in an appearance. She sits on a stool in the corner of my room and we talk about the old days. Jam roly poly and pigs head brawn - my favourite foods she tells me. It’s funny I thought she’d died years ago. If anyone comes in, she disappears very quickly. She doesn't want to talk to them either. “Get yourself out of this place” she said. “Do something exciting before it's too late”. Listen, it's those tinkley bells again. I keep hearing them. Sometimes I hear children's voices, but when I look from my window, there's no one there. Well I never! The front door's open. I’ve never seen that before. I wiggle my zimmer over the threshold, down one step and I'm out in the fresh air. It feels wonderful. I go through the open gate and across the road, following the sound of that music. Now see. It's an ice cream van. I haven't had an ice cream for - oh a long long time. “I want a big cornet with flakes.” The man hands it to me and I shuffle over to a wooden seat. “Hey, you, old woman. You haven't paid”. I ignore him. “Oy”. He stands in front of me. “Who do you think you are?” “The Queen” I answer. “I don't carry money”. He rants on a bit more and I just laugh, look up at him and lick my cornet. He goes away muttering to himself about barmy old trouts. I'm having a real good laugh. Now, you tell me who's daft? I've just got an ice cream for nothing.

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Chris Packham to Judge Photo Competition – s o ge t t h o s e c a m e ras c l i c k i n g ! Chris Packham has agreed to judge the Master Builder’s Hotel photographic competition which begins in January. This is open to everyone and will be spread over three months with a different category for each month. Prizes will be awarded to the best photograph in the category and then the overall winner will be judged and chosen, with the prize being a free stay, dinner bed and breakfast at the Master Builder’s House Hotel. The Title of the competition is Reflection of the New Forest with a different subject for each month • January – Wild Creatures of the New Forest • February – Visions of the New Forest Landscape • March – Life on the lakes, rivers and streams of the New Forest With beautiful views over the Beaulieu River and set at the end of the grassy street that is Buckler’s Hard village, it is difficult to imagine a more picturesque setting for a hotel on the whole south coast of England. Though contestants can take their

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photographs anywhere in the New Forest, they may be hard put to find a more unique setting than right by the Hotel. Accommodation is free if you book for dinner (see web site for more information). The award ceremony for the announcement of the overall winner will take place at The Master Builder’s Hotel in April and the category winners and those highly commended will be invited to attend. To enter please send photographs digitally to the General Manager of the Hotel, Colin Curran at colin@themasterbuilders.co.uk wi th a (m a xi mu m ) 5 0 wo rd description of the photograph and their name and full contact details.

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HELP! Our Natural Health & Well-being business is expanding. Honest and ethical business partners needed.

Add to your income or replace it. Flexible hours and full support.

Call Peter Stockwell-Jones NOW

01202 375897

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January's Jurassic Jaunt A 5 mile walk which takes in Corfe Common and includes the Swanage Steam railway line for the second half of the walk. No ascents or descents of any significance. How to get there: - Grid Reference 958818; Coming from Wareham, turn right in the middle of Corfe Castle, opposite the Bankes Arms Hotel. Follow West Street for about 1/3 mile, turn right where indicated and park in the Pay and Display Car Park. Information: Toilets are available at the entrance to the car park. Walk details: Exit the car park at the opposite end from where you entered it and turn right along the road up to Corfe Common. Turn left through the gate and walk for ½ mile until you meet the gate at the road. Cross the road carefully (road summit directly to your right). Follow the path for about 200 metres and take the signed right fork along the Purbeck Way which will lead you at an angle of 45 degrees to a small wooden bridge at the bottom of the common (signposted ‘Chapman’s Pool 3’). Cross the 2 wooden bridges, through the gate and up the path for 30 metres until you meet the farm entrance on your left. Continue for another 50 metres to a gate under the tree on the left. Go through the gate and through the4 little dell to the stile (20 metres).

other side of the track, cutting of the corner off the track route, and then follow the track up to the road. At the road, turn left along the road for about 200 metres, then turn left, back into another field. Continue through the fields, through 2 gates and you will come to a farm and other houses (1 1/3 miles). Just after the houses, you will see a sign to your left for Corfe Castle. Follow the path through the first gate (¼ mile), continue to follow the hedge on your right until you meet a gate-sized gap in the hedge. Turn right here and walk to the bottom right hand corner where you will go under the railway line and turn right (½ mile). Follow the path which will lead you over a stream, behind a school and into the main street in Corfe Castle. Cross the road, turn right and there will be a path on your left between the houses which will lead you back to West Street. Turn left and proceed back to the car park. For more information on this walk or any of the others available around this fascinating part of the county, check the Jurassic Jaunts website at :

www.jurassicjaunts.co.uk

Turn right and follow the right-hand hedge up through the next 3 fields (½ mile) to meet a track. Follow the path across the

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On Brookley Road in the heart of Brockenhurst you will find Bubble, a flagship store for Bomb Cosmetics of Bournemouth. Stocking a wide variety of luxury handcrafted soaps and bath products perfect for young and old alike. From blasters to soap, creamers to bath bubbly — you will find an ideal treat or present here, with many beautifully wrapped! So come and visit to see what all the fuss is about! Or call David for more details:

01590 622582 70b Brookley Road, Brockenhurst, SO42 7RA

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Kevin Shaw and Associates Chartered Surveyors We are able to offer : We are a firm of independent Chartered Surveyors covering the New Forest and surrounding areas.

Building Surveys RICS Homebuyer Reports Energy Performance Certificates Valuations Development Appraisals Dilapidations Leasehold Reform

With local knowledge and expertise, we offer a professional service with a personal and friendly touch.

Tel: 01590 624880 Mob: 07877 868519 Web: www.shawsurveyors.co.uk

Brockenhurst Taxis We are totally independent and pride ourselves on the level of customer service we provide! • • • • • • • • • •

Transport to Weddings, Proms & Functions Cruise & Ferry Terminal Transfers Hotel & Airport Transfers New Forest Tours Courier Service Wheelchair friendly Bike or Hike then Taxi home BTEC and NVQ Qualified drivers Fully licensed by New Forest District Council All credit & debit cards welcomed (pay in car)

Tel: 0800 970 68 63 Mob: 07519 81 40 81 www.brockenhurst-taxis.co.uk

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IS IT TIME TO SELL?

STAMPS WANTED LOTS, COLLECTIONS, ACCUMULATIONS, OLD ENVELOPES POSTCARDS, ENGLISH & WORLDWIDE, VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOKS, ALSO COINS/MEDALS, CIGARETTE CARDS

Free Valuation and offer without Obligation Top prices paid with immediate settlement by cash or cheque Make an appointment now Generous introductory commissions paid - Home visits can be arranged. WE ALSO SELL - Ask for 144 page Price List of G.B. stamps

Contact: Allan Grant, RUSHSTAMPS, P. O. Box One, LYNDHURST SO43 7PP Telephone: (023) 8028 2044, FAX: (023) 8028 2981 Email: enquiries@rushstamps.co.uk Member of the Philatelic Traders’ Society (London) 50 YEARS OF TRADING AT YOUR SERVICE

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January’s Gardening Tips From Paul Chatfield of Chatfield’s Garden & Property Services Happy New Year! Fruit Pruning and spraying are the main Trees and Shrubs Trees and shrubs can still be planted, however be careful with the roots when moving and try not to disturb too much soil, also none frosty conditions.

Climbers and Wall-Plants In severe weather conditions some protection may be needed, cut back over crowding shoots and renew ties if necessary.

Roses Support roses over the winter to save from damage, leaves should be cleared up, healthy ones can be composted and diseased ones burnt.

Borders and Beds Preparation of beds should be done now for planting, if conditions are good. Annual weeds can be buried beneath the surface, perennial weeds dug out & burnt.

Bulbs and Corms As the earliest bulbs come to the surface, the soil may benefit from a light fork over. This is to break any hard capped soil to let air in.

operations to be carried out now, this must be completed as soon as possible, weather permitting.

Vegetables Most important is to complete digging on vacant ground. Find out what manures etc. are needed for different crops.

Greenhouse and Frame Some propagation work can be done from cuttings as the varieties become available. Some tuberous varieties can be started in moist peat.

House Plants Flowering ones need all the light possible, keep them out of drafts. Don’t over water while growth is slow.

Chatfield’s Garden & Property Services North 2, Sway Storage & Workshops Barrows Lane, Sway, Lymington Hants, SO41 6DD

Tel: 01590 682828 Mobile: 07821 610923

Rock Gardens and Pools There is very little to be done except clearing and cleaning away of fallen leaves and debris which may spoil flowers & water purity.

Lawns Although it is advisable to stay off the lawns some work can be done during mild spells. Raking over worm casts and raking out moss, also remove last leaves.

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All aspects of garden & property services including: 

Gardening, Landscaping, Property Repairs and Cleaning



Domestic & Commercial



Home and Garden Minding Service, including a Creative Seamstress



Public Liability Insured up to ÂŁ5M

Contact Paul on

01590 682828 07821 610923 Email: chatfieldpl2@btinternet.com

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North 2, Sway Storage & Workshops Barrows Lane, Sway, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 6DD

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Waterford Lodge Hotel

Bar & Lounge

Our fine dining restaurant overlooks the hotel’s private colourful gardens, and is the place to be if you are looking for a personal dining experience. Unwind in the lounge with a drink while your food is being freshly cooked to order. Why not try something a little differerent? Our daily specials include dishes such as Crocodile, Kangaroo & Wild Boar

Fine Dining Restaurant

Happy New Year for 2011! 25% off restaurant dinner throughout Jan and Feb (with this advert)

87 Bure Lane, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 4DN www.waterfordlodgehotel.co.uk • Email: bookings@waterfordlodgehotel.co.uk

Tel: 01425 282100

Simple Sudoku Perfect for your coffee break!

The one rule: Fill in all blank cells making sure that each row, column and 3 by 3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9.

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WEBBER FURNITURE Established 1919 High quality, handcrafted oak furniture Locally made in traditional and contemporary designs Open Monday to Friday from 8.00am-5.00pm (by appointment at weekends)

Unit 270, Ricardo Way, Ampress Park, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 8JU

Tel: 01590 689009 www.webberfurniture.co.uk

Property Damage? Insurance Claim? We can help with our free claims management service Call us on

01202 355473 or 0800 0776704 Quoting “Dorset Publications” www.aspray.com

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The Brockenhurst Guide Prize Wordsearch New Year, New You? N O I T A R B E L E C P W C Z

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WAGGY TAILS RESCUE, is a registered charity based in Ferndown. They rescue and re-home dogs that have been abandoned, neglected or otherwise in need of a good home. Special Sam Sam is about 5 years old but has had little input so needs an experienced collie owner. He needs lots of exercise and stimulation, as he likes to be with someone doing something. He would make a good companion for someone who works outside and/or likes to walk. He has not been socialised much so far so a home of his own would be better for him. He is very affectionate but big and bouncy so no young children.

IF YOU WANT TO SUPPORT WAGGY TAILS AND CAN’T AFFORD TO DONATE… GIVE YOUR TIME INSTEAD! If you have a few hours to spare – come and join a very friendly team and have lots of fun at the same time as doing something worthwhile. We particularly need help in our three shops, (Parkstone and West Moors) so retail experience and outgoing personality would be appreciated. Lots of different jobs (unpaid) available, so phone us on 01202 875000 and tell us what you are good at!

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Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society Present

“Little Red Riding Hood” A Traditional Pantomime for all the family By Angela Cook — Directed by Jenny Green

January 27th & 28th 2011 at 7.30pm January 30th at 6.00pm February 4th at 7.30pm February 5th at 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Vernon Theatre, Sandy Lane Lyndhurst, SO43 7DN Tickets: £8.00 adult, £5.00 child from Down to the Wood, Romsey Road, Lyndhurst. Telephone enquiries on 023 8028 2729

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NEW FOREST ART SOCIETY The NEW FOREST ART SOCIETY meets between 7.30 - 9.30pm on the third Wednesday of each month in the Pine Room of the Lyndhurst Community Centre.

On Wednesday 16 February we will be holding our AGM and the evening involves a Fun Quiz. On Wednesday 16 March Graham Oliver will demonstrate Expressive Pastel Painting Visitors are always welcome and pay ÂŁ3 at the door or alternatively visit our website at www.nfasoc.co.uk to see our gallery or contact the Membership Secretary, Christine Sinclair on 02380 848766.

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Everything You Will Need!

CLAREMONT CATERING HIRE • Chairs • Tables • China • Cutlery • Glassware • Linen • Hot Cupboards

01202 600036 Birch Copse, Technology Road, Poole, BH17 7FH

www.claremonthire.co.uk

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Index of advertisers Your quick guide to everyone and everything in your Directory... Accountants Lashmars................................................... 3

Health & Beauty Products Bubble....................................................... 15

Articles Chris Packham to judge competition ...........12 Gardening Tips ..........................................18 Make a Lasting Power of Attorney............ 6 Short Story—Who’s Barmy?......................10 Winter Poem ............................................. 8

Hotels & Restaurants Waterford Lodge....................................... 22 Insurance Claim Management Aspray....................................................... 24 Jobs Distributors Wanted ................................. 19 Kitchen Worktops Granite Transformations........................... 31 Opticians SpecSavers ................................................ 6 Printers UtharaPrint.com ....................................... 23 Property Maintenance Chatfield’s Property Maintenance ............ 11 Mike Kenna ............................................... 5 Puzzles Sudoku ...................................................... 22 Ready Meals Mange To-Go ............................................ 7 Restaurants & Tearooms Sopley Mill................................................. 14 Roofing Complete Roofing Services........................ 17 Solicitors Heppenstalls ............................................. 11 Scott Bailey ............................................... 7 Stamps Rush Stamps ............................................. 14 Surveyors Kevin Shaw & Associates........................... 15 Taxis Allports Taxis............................................. 5 Brockenhurst Taxis.................................... 16 Waste Services War on Waste........................................... 29 Windows, Doors & Conservatories Richard Thomas ........................................ 13

Business Opportunities Wesex Aloe................................................13 Catering Services Sally Curtis Catering .................................. 4 Catering Equipment Hire Claremont Catering Services .....................29 Community News Jurassic Jaunt ............................................14 Lyndhurst Drama & Musical Soc ...............27 New Forest Art Society ..............................28 Waggy Tails...............................................26 Competitions Prize Wordsearch ......................................25 Dentists Solent House Dental Centre.......................20 Estate Agents Spencers of the New Forest.......................24 Events Winter Ice Rink ..........................................13 Food & Drink Setley Ridge Vineyard & Farm Shop ...........11 Funeral Directors R Hallum.................................................... 7 Furniture Webber Furniture......................................24 Garage Services Gates of Brockenhurst...............................5 Garden Services Chatfield’s Garden Services .......................11 Green Energy Solutions Anolis Renewable Energy ..........................19 Sparking Moggy Solar ...............................28

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The Brockenhurst Guide 1 Moorlands Rise, West Moors, Ferndown, Dorset, BH22 0JR TBG January 2011 page 32

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