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March 2014

In this issue: Win a meal for two at The Tap & Railway West Moors Food Bank Update Local Business Directory Parish Councils & Home Watch fund police bike West Moors Library Diary Photography Competition Adventures of Nellie Photo by Sam Blainey, see page 26

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Fairlawn

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Thinking of moving into a care home? We’re here to help Situated in the heart of the Ferndown community, Fairlawn provides compassionate residential care, including dementia care, in a home-from-home 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 Fairlawn manager, Neil Dominy

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Welcome...

The West Moors Directory

Dear Neighbours, We hope you are all doing well and haven’t Edition 107 suffered too much from the torrential rains and winds that we have had. I heard yesterday that we may get some snow! Does it ever stop? Well we have a packed West Moors Directory for Debbie & Stephen Corney you this month so do grab with our son, Hayden a cup of tea or coffee and have a read in the warmth of your own home. There are many different articles including a new look for Moorlands Road Dental Practice, the Law Spot by Harold G Walker, the Ferndown Pram Race is back, a competition to design a map for West Moors, our very own Adventures of Nellie, and much more… The prize wordsearch is also fun to do. You could just be the lucky winner so give it a go. Don’t forget that if you have a club or society in the area, I can promote you for free. There are of course our very valuable trades’ people and local businesses who would love to hear from you. The useful index at the back tells you all you can find inside. Do mention The West Moors Directory when making any calls or enquiries, this makes all the difference and makes our work worth while. I still get very excited when advertisers tell me they are getting lots of calls from you. Stephen and I wish you a good month of March and may Spring soon be here! Very best wishes,

Debbie & Stephen Corney Published by: Debbie & Stephen Corney at Dorset Publications Telephone: 01202 894397 Email: info@westmoorsdirectory.co.uk Copy deadline for the April 2014 edition: 24th March 2014 Cover photo: Blue Pool by Sam Blainey - see page 26

In this issue... Parish Councils & Home Watch groups fund police bicycle............10 Where is Nellie?........................14 Ferndown Pram Race 2014......20 LawSpot....................................22 West Moors Library News........24 Photographer of the Month........26 Anya aims for Olympics with help of John Thornton Fdn.........26 Dorset Wildlife Trust:Barn Owls.....28 Charity Youth Concert...............34 The Adventures of Nellie............38 Vdub at the Pub 2014................40 MP Surgeries: Chris Chope........42 West Moors Flower Group.........44 West Moors Art Society.............44 Prize Wordsearch......................51 West Moors Parish Council........52 West Moors Food Bank..............54 Storm damaged trees could help garden wildlife...................58 Photography Competition............59 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 West Moors 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.


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Carpet Vinyl

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01202 829662 inspiration@flooringelegance.co.uk www.flooringelegance.co.uk

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Continuing to build on improvements At the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch hospitals we have some outstanding services that have been recognised for their excellent clinical outcomes, innovation and patient care. For example did you know that: • Toshiba has chosen the Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH) as the first site for installation of its latest CT scanner – the first of its type in the world • we have among the lowest mortality rates for major colorectal surgery (statistically within the top 2% of trusts nationwide) • our Bournemouth Transplant Unit is JACIE accredited which means we are compliant with several hundred quality standards, all of which strive to ensure that a patient having a stem cell transplant has a safe procedure • in orthopaedics we are the third largest joint centre in the UK with some of the shortest lengths of stay, lowest rates of infection and highest levels of patient satisfaction • our cardiologists have the lowest levels of major adverse cardiac events in the country Many of you have also told us about your experiences and the great care you have received which is very reassuring for all of our staff. However, we know that we don’t give high quality care for every patient, every time, everywhere. This means providing safe and effective care and a good hospital experience. We are putting this right and building on the improvements we have already made. Assessing patients’ needs All patients on our wards now have their condition monitored via an electronic system, known as VitalPAC nurse. Using a handheld device, similar to an iPhone, nurses record and monitor a patient’s

VitalPAC in action on the wards

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Patricia Ellis and her mum Virginia stopped by the Carers’ Café recently observations, for example blood pressure and heart rate. If a patient’s condition deteriorates the system automatically triggers a response from an appropriately skilled clinician, enabling a quicker clinical response, improving safety and enhancing patient care. It enables staff to prioritise treatment for the sickest patients. Listening and learning Listening to you and learning from your experiences is really important. This includes hearing from those who may find it difficult to have a voice. Every week we hold a Carers’ Café where carers and relatives can share their experiences with a qualified nurse over a coffee. We also have a range of support information and resources available for you. We are in the main atrium of the Royal Bournemouth Hospital from 1.30-2.30pm and look forward to seeing you. We have also invited local independent consumer watchdog Healthwatch Dorset to collect people’s views on our hospital and its services. Healthwatch will be at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital a couple of days a month for the next six months. The first two dates are Wednesday 5 March from 9am to 1pm and Friday 14 March from 12pm to 4pm when they’ll be talking to people in the main entrance area and main outpatients department. You can also share your feedback at www.healthwatchdorset.co.uk. You can read how we are continuing to improve in our weekly bulletin at www.rbch.nhs.uk. Just follow the link on the home page under the ‘Providing quality care’ section.


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Local Parish Councils and Homewatch groups help fund additional bicycle for local police use Local police officers now have an additional unmarked bicycle for use on patrols around the area thanks to funding from the Parish Councils and Homewatch groups of West Moors and St Leonards & St Ives. Each donated £100 with a further £20 donation coming from Councillor Peter Finney. This bicycle, a Saracen Tufftrax Disc, was supplied by Pedals Cycle Centre, who kindly upgraded the specification at no extra cost. The bicycle was presented to PC 1811 Dan Avey-Hebditch by Sharon Worsfold of Pedals Cycle Centre with representatives from each of the Parish Councils and Homewatch groups in attendance.

Can you give Leo a loving home? Hi, I‛m Leo a Patterdale cross terrier, I think that I‛m about six years old; I am a lively, sweet natured boy looking for my forever home, preferable with adults. I do need a bit more help with socialising but I am now very good on a lead and most of all I do love all the attention I can get. To talk to us about adopting Leo or any other of our animals please call us on 01202 875000 or come along to one of our presentation

From left to right: Roger Long (West Moors Homewatch), Cllr Pete Holden (Leader of West Moors Parish Council), Brian Frecknell (St Leonards & St Ives Homewatch), Sharon Worsfold (Pedals Cycle Centre), PC 1811 Dan Avey-Hebditch and Mike Dyer (St Leonards & St Ives Parish Council)

days, held on the 1st Saturday of the month at West Parley Memorial Hall, Christchurch Road, West Parley (Nr Hurn Airport). It is now coming to the end of winter and we are all looking forward to spring so why not come and join us at our spring fair on the 26th April at the Barrington Theatre, Ferndown starting at 9.30am. For more information: Tel: 01202 875000 Web: www.waggytails.org.uk Email: admin@waggytails.org.uk Donations can be sent to:

Waggy Tails Rescue, Helens House, 143 Magna Rd, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3AW


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12 Lorraine Tricksey is a Medium, Reiki Master & qualified DHWSA spiritual healer and teacher, who has her own unique way of giving readings and healings, helping others with stress, depression, anxiety and pain. She devotes a lot of her time to private readings, healings and running workshops teaching the beautiful ancient healing art of Usui Reiki, Crystal and animal healing and linking into ones psychic intuition and monthly Reiki shares. She also teaches Tarot card and palm reading and holds weekly beginners and advanced meditation/spiritual development circles. She started out healing people and animals around and local to herself but this soon expanded to other areas and now travels extensively doing readings, healings, workshops, and talks. Her work has also involved working with animals and children and in 2007 she founded “The Healing Garden Centre�, bringing together plants, herbs, animals, people and the spiritual arts, a lovely place where she helped people heal themselves, their animals, their plants/herbs and also show when these things work together they can also heal each other. Please view her website and visit her shop with beautiful crystals for sale. There she personally chooses crystals with good healing energies, cleanses and Reiki charges them before sending out to you. To book a reading, treatment, place on a workshop or to view crystals please call: Lorraine Tricksey Tel: 01202 813473 / 07968 015558 Email: lorrainejt@fsmail.net www.lorrainetricksey.com


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Where is Nellie? Do you know the South of England? Can you recognise these places? These are just some of the sights that Nellie, the rather large Dorset Publications Campervan has travelled to in just the last month. The answers are at the bottom of the page so you can immediately see if you are right. Most are easy, but one or two maybe a challenge‌? Have a go and see how many places you know! You can also follow her...

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Smiles all round as Moorlands Road Dental Practice dentists unveil their new practice! To celebrate the official opening of its new premises, Moorlands Road Dental Practice is inviting patients and local residents to an Open Day on Saturday 29th March 2014 between 10am and 2pm. The building was originally built in 1964 and was well overdue for a revamp. It has grown from a small village practice to a thriving local business, offering comfortable and spacious new patient facilities. It includes a purposebuilt decontamination room that will revolutionise hygiene and infection control for patients. It also boasts full disabled access. The dental practice team will be treating visitors to tours of the new practice, goodie bags, refreshments and a prize draw. Principal Dentist at the practice, Andrew Hawker, said: “We are very excited about the new facilities at the practice and we look forward to welcoming both existing patients and any local families who would like to take a look around the practice. Also, with the whole team on hand to answer questions, it’s a great opportunity for visitors to discover the range and quality of services we offer, including general and restorative dental care, cosmetic treatments and dental implants.” He added, “Building the new practice has meant a great investment for our patients and we look forward to the benefits it will bring them.” The Moorlands Road Dental team look forward to seeing you all on the day!

For more information about the open day, please contact the Moorlands Road Dental team on 01202 872614 or visit their website at: www.moorlandsdp.co.uk

Andrew Hawker and the Moorlands Road Dental team

OPEN DAY

Saturday 29th March 10am - 2pm MOORLANDS ROAD DENTAL PRACTICE WELCOMES YOU TO OUR OPEN DAY TO CELEBRATE OUR NEW DENTAL PRACTICE Goodie bags for all that attend

Dentist explaining different treatments

Competition to win an electric toothbrush

Tour round the practice

Refreshments and cakes

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Information on treatment and Denplan

a very special guest!

01202 872614

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Ferndown Pram Race 2014 21st June 2014 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Starting at The Old Thatch

Our supporters usually love a bit of friendly competition and mix that with a beer or two for the perfect event!! JTYAF teams are needed for the Ferndown Pram Race 2014 . Each team will need a ‘pram’ with two axles and 4 wheels, 4 pushers plus 1 (adult) baby – the £75 fee (a charge of £15 per person) includes 3 ‘Beer Tokens’ per person. Fancy Dress is optional but will add a bit of fun to the day. The race will start at the Old Thatch, Wimborne Road and take in several ‘Pit Stops’ three of which will be at pubs along the route. The Pure Drop, the Night Jar and the Barrington Theatre Bar. At each pub ‘Pit Stop’ every team member will be required to drink a pint of beer or a soft drink and the baby will not be permitted to leave its pram. There will also be a few forfeits to complete at various locations along the way.

Last year’s event was a huge success and the 2014 Ferndown Pram Race is looking to be even bigger and better! With so much interest we would advise you to book your team a place as soon as possible. Follow the Ferndown Pram Race on Facebook and Twitter. If you would like more details or would like to enter a team please contact Pete on 07792 121645.


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Law Spot ...providing the answers

to your legal questions

Every month the solicitors and lawyers at Harold G Walker will be providing answers to your questions about the law. I am proposing to buy a house with my boyfriend. I have saved up more than him and those savings will form the larger part of the deposit. If the relationship should break down and we have to sell the property, is there anything that I can do to protect my share of the deposit? Yes there is. Your Solicitor will advise you that you should hold the equity in the property, being the money that you have in the property after paying off the Mortgage and meeting the costs of the sale, as Tenants in Common. Tenants in Common – an expression which is nothing to do with Landlord & Tenant – means that you have two separate shares in that equity. Your Solicitor would suggest that you make a Declaration of

I am considering filing for divorce and have been told that a 50/50 share of our family assets is now automatic, is this true?

Cath Porter

Family Lawyer

The short answer to this is no! Where terms as to the division of the family assets cannot be agreed upon divorce then the Court will eventually have to make a decision. Accordingly, our advice to our clients as to what might be an appropriate division of

Trust in which you set out your intentions with regard to the proceeds in the event of a sale. For example, it could state that you each receive back your respective contributions and if you were to be paying the outgoings including the Mortgage equally, you could also share any uplift in the value of the property equally. Consideration can also be given as to what should happen in the event of the property going down in price. You should discuss this with your boyfriend at an early stage and reach an agreement. If it leads to an argument about money, you should give some thought as to whether the joint purchase Nicola Lowe is actually a good idea! Conveyancing Solicitor the assets is governed by the likely outcome if a Judge had to make a decision in a final contested hearing. In practice, such final hearings are rare because of the cost and uncertainty as to the outcome. A Judge making a decision is guided by statute law and by previous decisions made by other Judges. An equal division of the assets may well be thought to be appropriate but equally there are very many cases where such a division would be completely inappropriate. A great range of factors come into play in legal issues such as these, and our daily involvement with such cases enables us to provide constructive and practical advice as to the appropriate outcome.

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Local company takes up a fundraising challenge for Pancreatic Cancer Action Local company, MVS, renowned for expertise in Audio Visual equipment and Electrical operations are cycling 100 miles from their offices in Ferndown to One Tower Bridge in London to raise funds and awareness of pancreatic cancer, a disease that is in dire need of attention. Matt Cowan, Managing Director, said of the challenge: “The idea of this event was initiated when one of our longest serving colleagues and friend was suddenly diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer, which made us learn and realise more about the challenges faced with combating this aggressive disease”. MVS has the support of retired professional cyclist, Daniel Lloyd, (pictured) from Christchurch, who has been assisting the team in preparation for the big challenge. Lucy de’Lemos, Fundraising Manager of Pancreatic Cancer Action said: “I think what you guys are about to do sounds fantastic! I am sure you are aware of the lack of funding Pancreatic Cancer receives and it is with people like yourselves that we can really make

a valuable difference. We really appreciate all your support.” The MVS team are of various levels of fitness but for everyone involved this is going to be a real physical challenge. Matt added: “We are aiming to raise, at the very least, £2,500 and welcome any support, donations and sponsors. Please visit our website to find out more and, if anyone wishes to contribute, donations can be made online through our JustGiving page.” www.justgiving.com/MVS-Audio-Visual

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To recognise Nutrition and Hydration week we are holding an afternoon tea in the library from 2.30 - 3.30pm on March 18th. This is open to all and we hope you will enjoy our books about health issues. April 1st 3pm - 4pm in support of the Spring Online Campaign we have a member of the library here to give advice on how to research your family tree. Please book a place. We are delighted to welcome author Sarah Challis (resident of Dorset) to West Moors library on Monday April 14th at 10.30am. She has written many books and will be here to talk about her life and her writing. We really need to support her and welcome all members and non-members to come along. Tickets are £3 to include refreshments.


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Anya sets her sights on the Winter Olympics 2018 Winter sports are certainly in the news at the moment with GB achievements in the Winter Olympics and we have recently made one of our first awards of 2014 to support a local young lady who is determined to get to the next Games in 2018. Anya Kay has shown exceptional talent and the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation will be supporting her with funding towards her expenses to attend the British Bobsleigh Championships in March. Anya has been selected for the ‘Futures Programme’ and will

be among the team of athletes being prepared for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. The picture below shows Anya, second from the right, with the GB Futures Team. We are extremely proud to support Anya and wish her every success for the future.

Photographer of the Month! Our Photographer of the Month for March is Samantha Blainey. “My name is Samantha Blainey (25) and I have always lived here in Dorset. I work in the beautiful location of Corfe Castle. The area I live in is so picturesque, so I make of the most of it by capturing this in my photos. I mostly enjoy taking photos of animals, they provide me with a challenge as they rarely stay still! My photo of Blue Pool was taken on a sunny day last year, I also managed to capture a damselfly eating its lunch on that same day.”

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Barns owls are amongst the most beautiful birds in Britain. Although some barn owls are brown in colour, the majority have golden and silver-grey feathers and white under-parts. They also have bright-white, heart-shaped faces, which resemble masks. Contrary to popular belief, these mystical birds do not hoot; instead, they hiss and emit long, unsettling shrieks. Barn owls consume small mammals (mice, voles and shrews), which they hunt from the air above. These striking birds are formidable hunters, but unfortunately the recent bad weather may have a negative impact on their ability to hunt: their wings are not waterproof, but designed with tiny serrations on their flight feathers so they are able to sweep through the air soundlessly. This unnerving ability has earned them the title ‘Ghost Owl.’ In addition, their sensitive hearing enables them to pinpoint the smallest sound whilst they are in flight. Ordinarily, barn owls hunt at dusk or dawn, although they will occasionally hunt during the day and at night (they do not require sight to hunt). Barn owls favour the open country. They will venture into the woodland if necessary, but prefer to hunt along the edges of woods. Barn owls breed when food is abundant. Ordinarily, they lay 4 to 7 eggs, 2-3 days apart.

Each egg will hatch after 31-32 days incubation. Females will sit on their young for an additional 3 weeks after they have hatched. During this time, their mate will bring food to the nest. Barn owls were once Britain’s most common owl species; however, the numbers have declined by up to 70% in recent years. This is due to the growing use of rodenticides, which are highly toxic. There are an estimated 4,000 pairs in the UK today, but there is concern that numbers are ever decreasing, and in recent years, the wet summers and cold winters have made conditions difficult for them. Dorset Wildlife Trust hosts a barn owl nest webcam, so you can see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. For updates on our next nesting Barn owls, keep an eye on our website for more information: www.dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk Barn Owl in flight

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Interiors Complete of Wimborne is on the move! After 24 years of trading in Mill Lane, Stewart and Christine are moving to Ferndown. It will be business as usual at their new showroom, which will be open from Monday 10th March at 9.30am. They can be now found on the main road in Kingsland House at 512 Wimborne Road East, Ferndown, BH22 9NG (next to S A M’s newsagents and Harlees Fish & Chips). There is FREE parking right outside the showroom or in the car park round the back. The showroom will have beautiful displays of fabrics, carpets, wallpapers and blinds by a variety of famous companies including Sanderson, Morris & Co, Harlequin, Romo Villa Nova, Prestigious Textiles to tempt you.

If it is difficult to get out and about they also offer a new Home Choose service where by they will bring samples to you at home. Interiors Complete offer a complete making and fi tting service including curtains, pelmets, valances, tiebacks, roman blinds, bedspreads and headboards - all hand finished to your requirements. They can also restore and re-upholster your beloved old chairs and sofas. Just choose your fabric from their vast range and leave the rest to Stewart and Christine. Visit them soon... you’ll find a warm and very colourful welcome! Look out for their special opening offers below.


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34 Our next fund raising event is a real show stopper with the accent on talented, young musicians... This is a showcase for two exciting young groups, with the concert featuring the amazing: BOURNEMOUTH YOUTH HANDBELL TEAM I am sure that those of you who have heard them before will want to hear them again. Those who haven’t will be dazzled by the magical sounds they are able to create. They have a very varied repertoire, playing all kinds of music, ranging from Bach to Boogie and must be seen and heard to be believed. Also featured, making their first visit to West Moors, are: Poole Grammar School SAXOPHONE ENSEMBLE This is a rare opportunity to hear young musicians at their very best. The proceeds for the concert are being shared between St. Mary’s Church, West Moors, and Pramacare. This event will be held at St. Anthony’s Church, Pinehurst Road, West Moors. Tickets are available from Chris Wilson 01202 890098 and Peter Dunning 01202 871616 or Jim Selby, Quality Butchers.

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Tastes so good... TOMATO REVITALISING SMOOTHIE

Revitalise yourself with a delicious, fresh tasting, peppery tomato smoothie. This quick and easy smoothie packs a punch both in flavor and also nutritionally. Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, the nutrient that gives tomatoes their red colour, the benefits of which are well documented for protecting cardiovascular health and also for being anti-carcinogenic. Tomato based lycopene, combined with a small amount of fat in the yogurt increases these health benefits according to much research conducted in the last decade. Enjoy!

Ingredients: 1 tbsp fresh basil leaves 12 cherry tomatoes 2 tbsp natural yogurt or crème fraiche A few turns of freshly ground pepper 1 tsp lime juice 2 tbsp water or apple juice.

Equipment: Blender or food processor Method: Place all ingredients in the blender or processor and whizz until completely combined and smooth. Pour into a beautiful glass and garnish with basil leaves. Diane Johnson


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The Adventures of Nellie The Dorset Publications Camper Van Wow, what a mixture of weather we have had these last few months! Nellie took us all the way to Hull to see my family and we had 7 hours of solid rain getting there. Poor Nellie, she looked pretty drowned by the time we arrived. In fact a few days before we left, a shop owner pointed out that Nellie was “illegal!” Astonished, I asked “Why?”… He was right, Nellie was so dirty with all the spray, mud and debris off the roads, that you couldn’t see her number plate. Well I am pleased to say that she has had a wash and there should be NO policeman knocking on our door! Anyway, the journey back from Hull was far more pleasant and I just had to show you our panorama view of Nellie under the magnificent Humber Bridge. Back to ‘sunny’ Dorset and last weekend we went on a Geo Cache. If you have never done a Geo Cache before and like walking, exploring sights you may not have seen previously,

I highly recommend it. It is free! All you need to do is go online to www. geocaching.com. It is a “real world treasure hunt” and there are literally hundreds of walks with a purpose…to find the hidden “treasure”. The hidden treasure is actually a box of odds and ends that walkers have added, which you can take and replace with some thing else. There is often a list of all the ‘geo cachers’ who have done the same hunt which you can add your details to. The way you find the hidden treasure is by use of a GPS device which you can buy, or indeed find an app on your phone. Once you have printed out the Geo Cache that you want to do, there are lots of clues which you use to discover the coordinates and thus find the trail to the treasure. It is ideal for youngsters who would otherwise complain about a ‘boring old walk’ and basically make your life a misery whilst you try and enjoy the fresh country or


39 said it was the middle of February and I hadn’t thought of that. Following the coordinates from the clues given, the Geo Cache took us over the fields with three wonderful Shire horses (not to be messed with, I could see…) and great views across the River Stour and the Priory at Christchurch. We would never have taken this route, or discovered it at all without having looked on line for a Geo Cache. A couple of the clues were a little tricky but we found the treasure! The tree was lying in a pool of water and Hayden and Stephen had fun doing ‘a tight rope walk’ to get to the buried treasure box. Victory! The first clue... seaside air and the views. Everyone wins! It is exciting, it can be competitive, and it gets you outside. Saturday was a beautiful day and Nellie chose to take us to Hengistbury Head. The Geo Cache took us along the river behind the golf course. Protected here from the wind, it really was very warm. Hayden, knowing we were near the sea and being a keen swimmer himself, announced disappointedly, “Oh Mum, you didn’t bring the swimmers!” I laughed and

The ‘tightrope walk’ - treasure found!

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Finder’s reward We followed the trail back past the golf course, had a much appreciated and rather large ice cream reward, a cup of coffee in Nellie and a final brisk walk along the wonderful coastline. Once we were back on the cliff top with a very cold sea breeze, though a gorgeously bright day, I think Hayden forgot about the “swimmers”! A really pleasant day was had by all and we do recommend trying a geocache. Where will Nellie go next…? By Debbie Corney whereisnellie

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Vdub At The Pub Festival 2014

Friday 16th May – Sunday 18th May 2014 – Wimborne, Dorset 2014’s Vdub At The Pub Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with a great new line-up of live music, acoustic artists and live DJ’s. We will of course be bringing back our ever popular Show & Shine competition, with this year’s classes including: Best Beatle, Best Type 2 Bay, Best Split, Best Type 25 Air & Water, Best Type 4 Van, Best Newie, Best Golf/Polo, Best Other, Best Paint, Best Rat and Best Overall, for our Volkswagen lovers to show off their wheels. Our line-up of music this year will see the return of Vdub veteran Si Genaro, (recently becoming a national personality after his quirky performance on BBC’s The VoiceUK) Saturday Sun, (in January being listed as one of The Guardian’s new band of the day) and The Crematics, (having previously supported the likes of Bastille and The Rizzle Kicks) just to name a few. As well as live music all weekend, we are kicking off the show this year with Friday night’s DJ night, where 2014 Vdub festivals goers can start their weekend by dancing the night away. The first Vdub at the Pub took place back in 2008 at Drusilla’s Inn in Dorset and was the first time the festivals creator John had combined engines, beer and live music. Dubbers came from far and wide to Drusilla’s Inn for 2 years before the numbers grew so high that it was time to find a larger show ground. In 2010 Vdub moved to the grounds of Wimborne Town Football Club, where it still runs today. Last year’s festival was a 3 day event, catering for everybody’s needs, with live music all weekend, DJ’s playing into the night and local Brewery Dorset Piddle Beer holding a mini beer Festival in the live music tent. We also had the Dorset Stormtroopers in attendance all weekend entertaining the crowds. We sold out our camping spaces a week before the festival and with the help of local land owners we managed to increase our camping facilities and open and second camping field for the second year running! The 2014 show will be our best yet. We hope to see you there!

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Forthcoming Surgeries

Chris Chope

OBE MP

Date

Time

Location

Saturday 15th March

9.00am

Ferndown Library

Saturday 29th March

10.00am

West Moors Library

Friday 4th April

5.00pm

Highcliffe Library

Monday 14th April

5.00pm

Constituency Office

Friday 25th April

5.00pm

Highcliffe Library

Saturday 26th April

9.00am

Ferndown Library

Friday 9th May

5.00pm

Highcliffe Library

Saturday 10th May

9.00am

Ferndown Library

To make an appointment, telephone 01202 474949

WEST MOORS LIBRARY DIARY Knit and Natter with refreshments on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month from 2.30 – 3.30pm. Councillors surgery on 1st Saturday of the month (unless bank holiday when it will be the 2nd) 10am – 11am. Children – The New Horizons bi-annual book award – vote for your favourite book from a shortlist of 6 on www.dorsetforyou.com/ bookaward. To accompany this there is a writing competition: Yr 5 – 6 write a story of 1500 words Yr 7 – 8 outline a novel with the opening pages

For further information see the above web page. It would be great to have a West Moors winner!! Future events Help with ancestry – have you ever thought of tracing your family history? We can show you where to start. Visit the library for further information. Look out for some author visits! Children of first school age might be interested in a craft club we wish to start on a Tuesday evening after Easter – ask at the library for more details Angela McVeigh, Librarian


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A smoke alarm without batteries is ‘a useless piece of plastic’ That is the message from Group Manager Karen Adams, Head of Prevention at Dorset Fire and Rescue Service. Karen leads a team of firefighters and officers, who are taking DFRS’s safety message out into the community, with a particular focus on educating vulnerable and hard to reach groups. When someone dies in a fi re, it is always upsetting. At Dorset Fire and Rescue Service, our aim is to reduce all preventable fire deaths to zero. We want to see every home in Dorset with a working smoke alarm and that means testing your smoke alarms every week! With the clock change fast approaching, when you go around your home changing the time on all your clocks, take the time to test your smoke alarms too! Karen said: “We provide a FREE home safety check service. This means fi refi ghters and DFRS staff visit residents in their homes and if appropriate, fit or replace smoke alarms, advise on the use of candles, unattended cooking, electric blankets, overloading sockets, chimneys, low energy light bulbs, escape plans and much more. This is all free of charge with the aim of encouraging people to think about fire safety in the home.” She added: “People need to consider their night-time routine – close doors,

keep an escape route clear, and check they know where the door key is so they can let themselves out. Smoke alarms should be tested once a week to make sure they are still working and in good condition. A smoke alarm without a battery is useless piece of plastic.” To request a Free Home Safety Check for you, or someone who may be vulnerable and would benefit from a visit, please get their permission and contact us FREE on 0800 038 2323 or use the online form found online at www.dorsetfire.gov.uk. Just fill out the form with your name and address details and click ‘submit’. Our PinPoint technology will analyse whether or not we can make your home safer and you will either receive a FREE Home Safety Check or Home Safety Information Pack, containing a leaflet on safety and a checklist for the home.


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Boredom makes you fat! Over the last 28 years we’ve helped thousands of people who struggle with their weight and there is one common factor... BOREDOM MAKES YOU FAT. During the day when they’re running around after kids or working/ shopping/ washing/cleaning etc their diet is fine BUT when it’s time to sit down and relax in the evening, the bad stuff starts comes out. Having just eaten their evening meal they can hear the fridge calling! The biggest temptations being be cheese and crisps or chocolate and biscuits... do we even need to mention the wine!!

If this sounds like you, well you’re not the only one. We surveyed our members and over 91% said the evenings were their worst time. The average age of one of our members is 48. They generally have children (young and grown up) and most work hard, both at work and keeping families going. The one thing they all have in common is this; Before joining Ferndown Fitness they hardly ever spent any time on themselves. All of their time was either spent working or running around after family members, making sure everybody else was ok. SO NOW IT’S TIME FOR YOU!

Not all men want to be body builders! Why is it that every time a man walks into a gym the staff always assumes he is there to become a muscle-bound, Arnold Schwarzenegger lookalike? In the 28 years we’ve been running clubs we’ve only ever met about 5 men whose opening line is “I want to get bigger.” The reality for men is actually not that different from what women want; A flatter tummy, to feel fitter, to keep their weight under control and, in a slightly different way, keep their chest in the same place it used to be!

I’m coming up to my 50th birthday and the thought of grunting & groaning and lifting heavy lumps of metal just doesn’t fit into my idea of fun. ALL of our members are with us for the same reasons; General fitness, weightloss, all over toning, more energy and flexibility. Give us just half an hour of your time and we can explain exactly how we can help YOU. Don’t think about it... call today! Telephone 01202 855321.

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Storm damaged trees could benefit garden wildlife – with your help Two iconic trees were felled by the February storms in Wimborne last weekend. Knoll Gardens lost its stunning Monterey Pine along with the garden’s tallest tree, the amazing Eucalyptus chapmaniana. Both were listed on Knoll’s tree trail that features a selection of the rare and unusual trees found throughout the gardens. Knoll’s owner, Neil Lucas said, ”It was a real wrench to wake up and discover these wonderful trees had fallen. The shallow rooted eucalyptus literally just toppled over as its roots had less and less solid ground to cling too. Its fall has seriously damaged a water feature, but if we are able to sensitively relandscape the area we will try to save this iconic tree in its now, horizontal position. Sadly that is not an option for the Californian pine which will have to be cut down.” As well as their botanical interest both trees had huge sentimental value to both Neil and Knoll’s many visitors and he is hoping a way can be found to use at least some of the timber as a permanent reminder. “Alongside the gardens we also run a gardening charity,” said Neil. “The Knoll Gardens Foundation aims to promote wildlife-friendly,

sustainable gardening and it would be wonderful if there was someone who felt able to use our wood to create something which would make a permanent contribution to the value of the wildlife in the garden and we could position in pride of place where this stately tree once stood. “I have seen some stunning designs for bee houses which would fit beautifully into the landscape of the garden, but I’m very open to any good idea.” If you would like to help please contact Neil Lucas on 01202 873931 or email enquiries@knollgardens.co.uk. The gardens at Knoll are currently closed while the clear up is underway. Please check the website for details of reopening at www.knollgardens.co.uk. The onsite nursery has not been affected at all and remains open for business.

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Photography Competition! Are you an amateur photographer? Do you have photos of scenery in West Moors, Ferndown, Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Purbeck or even the New Forest? Would you like to see your photo on a front cover, in print on thousands of magazines as well as have your own photo with a small article about you inside the magazine? Well, then this competition is for you! If you would like to enter please email, in a high resolution, your photos to photos@dorsetpublications.co.uk. I have already had some remarkable photos given to me, so go on give it a go. Every month there will be a different photo featured and we look forward to featuring your photo!

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Your quick guide to everyone and everything in your Directory... Aerials Oakhurst Aerials.......................50 Appliance Repairs Thompson Group Services........25 Bathrooms Lifestyle Bathrooms..................15 Beds The Bed Store........................... 3 Blinds, Curtains & Shutters Ashley Blinds............................. 5 Interiors Complete....................30 Tuscany Blinds..........................61 Block Paving K & S Paving..............................25 MC Patios & Driveways............ 7 Builders & Carpenters Fletcher Builders.......................35 Forestdown Construction..........56 KW Carpentry...........................23 Carpet & Upholstery Cleaners Cleaning Magic.........................53 Kingfishers of West Moors........35 Carpets & Flooring Carpet Barn.............................. 3 Flooring Elegance..................... 5 Chiropodists & Podiatrists Debbie Haynes Chiropody........23 Computer Services Tec Check..................................29 Web Sites Plus..........................55 Dentists Balmoral Lodge Dental Practice....47 Moorlands Road Dental Practice...17 Drainage Services All Drains Cleared.....................50 Electricians Dorset Electrical & Fire Alarms....37 H.E. Electrical............................37 Holmes Electrical...................... 8 Smith Electrical.........................18 Fitted Furniture Custom World...........................13 Flair Interiors............................33 Select Interiors..........................45 Fruit & Veg Deliveries Riverford Home Delivery...........45 Garage Doors Skandoor...................................55

Garage Services Coastal Car Sales & Service......60 Longham Motor Engineers.......43 West Moors Vehicle Repairs..... 1 Garden Services (see also Tree Surgeons)

Douglas Hutchins......................43 Garden Designs........................15 J & K Fencing............................37 Jon Stokes Garden Services.......32 Post to Post...............................45 Health, Fitness & Wellbeing Bournemouth Careline.............32 Ferndown Fitness......................49 Lilac & Lavender.......................27 Lorraine Tricksey.......................12 Hearing Aids Clarity Hearing Solutions..........29 Kellear Hearing.........................32 Hospitals Bournemouth NHS Trusts.............. 9 Kitchens Central Kitchens........................11 Flair Interiors............................33 Select Interiors..........................45 Landscaping Supplies The Stone Zone......................... 7 Lofts Loft Services..............................21 Memorial Masons Minster Memorials...................47 Mobile Vehicle Repairs Up-2-Scratch.............................47 Motoring & Cycling Accessories Motabitz...................................41 Oven Cleaning Cleaning Magic.........................57 Painters & Decorators Brushstrokes............................. 8 Different Strokes....................... 7 Focus Decor..............................53 Pet Products & Services PetzRUs.....................................27 Plumbing & Heating Services AMH Plumbing & Heating........ 6 C M Lovegrove..........................56 H2OT Heating...........................37 Harts.........................................21 P L H Heating............................25

Pond Services The Koi Shop.............................59 Printers & Stationers Xerocad.....................................23 Property Maintenance John Stevens Property Care......21 Removals Bournemouth Removals...........27 Renewable Energy Solutions Nick Good Property Services.....63 Residential Care Homes Care South - Fairlawn............... 2 Roofing Services Brian James Roofing.................50 J Meechan Roofing...................61 Rayner Roofing.........................18 Room Hire Barrington Centre.....................18 Sewing Machine Repairs S Ford Sewing Machines...........18 Social Clubs West Moors Social Club............49 Solicitors Harold G Walker.......................64 Storage SDC Self Storage.......................59 Tree Surgeons RHV...........................................55 Special Branch..........................21 Turf & Garden Supplies Sherborne Turf..........................19 Upholsterers Custom Covers.......................... 8 Used Cars Coastal Car Sales & Service......60 Window Repairs AM PM Glazing......................... 8 Mr Demister.............................53 Windows, Doors & Conservatories Allglaze.....................................45 AM PM Glazing.........................18 Dorset Windows....................... 6 Select PVCU..............................31 Woodburners & Stoves Cozy Stoves...............................19


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