Edition 4 Feb/March 2011
CRIME DATA FOR SOUTHBOURNE REVEALED!
Top House Selling Tips
World Orphan Week
Community Hub Plans
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Spring is in the air Southbourne-on-Sea Magazine
Editors Tom Rogers Tom Faull Thanks to Lawrence Roots Heather Martyn Alison Timmons Samantha Acton Gary Lyndhurst John Cresswell Steven & Angela Hill Chelsey Gourguad Davina Samann Website www.southbourne.net Telephone 0845 224 7354 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright © 2011 Published by
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As the weather gets a little warmer and the days a little longer, we welcome you to our early Spring edition. In this edition we have details of crime statistics for the area and some great local events, news and promotions from local businesses. As ever, we encourage you to shop local and support our advertisers. The only funding we receive is from our local advertisers. If your favourite local shop isn’t in the community magazine, ask them why not! Please mention the Southbourne Magazine when contacting our advertisers
CONTENTS Local News & Events Country Kitchen Competition SoSBA Update from Heather Top Ten Sales Tips from Slades Crime Data Revealed Local Petrol Prices World Orphan Week Southbourne-on-Sea Map Social Groups & Things To Do Subscribe & Support Useful Contacts Treasure House Puzzles & Suduko Spring Baking Workshop
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Southbourne-on-Sea News Local news from around the area Plans Underway for the Southbourne Creative Hub Cathy Jones, a freelance community arts professional told us more about an exciting new creative venture. “The Southbourne Creative Hub will be a flexible venue which can be used for a variety of activities from dance, painting and sculpture to businesses holding open days, birthday parties and many other uses. I started conducting research into the use of empty commercial premises in the autumn of 2010 with the aim of starting the project locally. It was then by chance I saw a notice at the former Bradley’s Restaurant at Southbourne Crossroads asking for proposals from the local community”. Cathy is now in the process of contacting numerous local organisations, including the local Business Association, BCTC and the Council Arts Development Office to get this project off the ground and make it a viable community led resource. If you would like more information or to get involved, contact Cathy on email: SouthbourneCH@yahoo.co.uk New Journey Planner Launched Getting from A to B has now become that little bit easier with Yellow Buses, who recently launched a new Route Planner. The user friendly planner takes your postcode, address or prominent location and your destination to plan the best route. Jenni Wilkinson, Head of Marketing, said: “We’re very excited at the launch of this journey planner which reflects our image as the Brighter Bus Company. It represents a massive step forward in the information we can offer our passengers." Give it a try: www.bybus.co.uk
Events in February & March 2011 14 - 20 Feb World Orphan Week It is estimated that there are more than 100 million children worldwide who have been orphaned by disaster, disease or poverty. See page 14 for information on how Sugar Mango is supporting this event. 15 Feb 7+ Childrens Craft Group at Tuckton Library 3.45-4.45pm, to book a place phone 01202 429521. 17 Feb ‘Around the World’ Coffee Morning 10.30am, held at Tuckton Library. 18 Feb Arts & Book Event Bournemouth Library is hosting a free exhibition to raise awareness of Chinese Art and it's influence on Interior Design and Architecture. The event runs from 1pm to 5pm. 22 Feb Half Term Children's Activities, held at Tuckton Library from 2.15-3.30pm 26 Feb Darwins Sacred Cause Talk by Prof. Jim Moore, hosted by Dorset Humanists at the Moordown Centre. Details online at dorsethumanists.co.uk 1 March Shakin’ Stevens at The O2 Academy in Boscombe, tickets on 0844 477 2000. 5 March Boscombe Vintage Market at The Crescent, Boscombe. A vibrant vintage market by the sea! 8 March Shrove Tuesday - see our recipe on page 18. 12 March AFC Bournemouth V Southampton at Dean Court, tickets on 0844 844 9991. 19 - 21 Mar Lucia Di Lammermoor - Donizetti at The Regents Centre in Christchurch. Tickets call 01202 499199. 25 March Neil Morrissey at The Regents Centre in Christchurch. Tickets call 01202 499199. More events online Visit www.southbourne.net for a full interactive calendar. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your event added in the next edition.
Country Kitchen Competition
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In our early Spring edition, we are excited to offer you the chance to win a full English breakfast with free tea or coffee for two people at Country Kitchen. All you need to do is answer to the following question.
Competition Question: Which of the following is NOT traditionally served as part of a full English breakfast? a. bacon b. eggs c. cauliflower Email your full name, address and answer to email@example.com Terms and Conditions One winner will be picked at random and informed by email. One entry per person. The judges decision is final. There is no cash alternative. Your information is protected by the Data Protection Act 1998. Competition closes 31st March 2011.
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Southbourne-on-Sea Business Association update from Heather
The business community were delighted to have the opportunity to listen to our MP Tobias Ellwood recently who was most eloquent in his vision for Bournemouth and encourages us to create our own vision for Southbourne-on-Sea. A steering group is being set up as you read this and anyone who has ideas or wishes to be involved can contact me on 07879 410235 or email@example.com. We are delighted to launch our Pride of Bournemouth campaign where local businesses and the community can come together to create a tourist trail of Lions. The British Legion celebrates its 90th Anniversary this year and we can look forward to an event in June organised by The British Legion co-ordinator for Southbourne-on-Sea. Don’t forget to shop local and enjoy spending time here in Southbourne-on-Sea.
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Top Ten Sales Tips
Getting ready for Spring sales with Slades
Spring is the best time of year to put your property up for sale. Before you do, take a look at the top 10 tips on how best to present your home for viewings from Slades. 1. Make a good first impression – The front door and hallway are the first thing a buyer will see. Give the front door a fresh coat of paint or clean and remove unnecessary clutter, muddy shoes and coats. 2. Clear purpose - Make sure every room shows its original purpose, You may be using the dining room as a playroom, but clear all the toys away and set the table to show how many people can be seated. 3. Lighten up – If you have a dark room consider redecorating in a light colour or add a table lamp to the room for viewings. 4. Let the air in - Musty-smelling rooms are off-putting. Open windows and don’t forget to air rarely used rooms. 5. De-clutter - Potential buyers want to see more of your home. If it’s cluttered, the first impression may be that it’s cramped. 6. Floor space - It’s particularly important to take everything off the floor as carpet clutter makes a room look smaller. 7. The pets have to go - Your puppy may be the cutest ever, but dishes of pet food in the kitchen are a complete turn-off, as are little accidents left on the lawn. 8. Depersonalise – The best way to sell a home is to keep it simple, consider depersonalising rooms and decorating in a neutral colour. 9. Kerb Appeal – The outside of your home can entice or put off potential viewers, make sure gardens are tidy and paintwork is in order. 10. Leave your agent to it – Make sure your agent has access by supplying a set of keys & try not to be present for viewings.
51 Southbourne Grove Southbourne Bournemouth BH6 3QT Hengistbury Head - £495,000 Superbly presented this four bed detached home has been fully modernised and extended featuring a magnificent 26’ x 20’ kitchen/diner, two further receptions, en-suite to master and 95’ rear garden. Superb views from - £395,000 We are delighted to bring to the market this exclusive development of just five 3 bedroom apartments set on the Southbourne Coast Road, all featuring balconies/ gardens with superb sea views. Please call for details. Southbourne - £272,500 A superbly presented three bedroom detached home featuring an extended kitchen/ dining room, formal living room, ground floor w.c, good size garden and detached double garage. A must see property. Contact us for a FREE no obligation valuation
Crime Data Revealed New website reveals Southbourne’s low crime rate
A new website has made available, for the first time, data on crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) happening in your area. So what does www.police.uk make of Southbourne? We performed a search for the local area, the results are for December 2010. In total there were 153 street level and anti-social behaviour crimes in the area circled on the map. The most prevalent crime was ASB with 75 incidents recorded however there were no robberies and only 5 burglaries. Our area compared very favourably with others in Bournemouth. We looked at a similar sized area of Boscombe and found 551 crimes, 457 in Winton and Charminster and 173 in Christchurch. One criticism of the website is that the map only displays incident data within a set circular radius, so there is some overlap in data, however the street level accuracy is very impressive. The statistics on the website are provided by Dorset Police on a regular basis. Chief Constable Martin Baker told us, “While crime across our Force area is at a 12-year low, we hope that by making this additional information available, we can encourage individuals and communities to take further action to prevent crime. We also want to raise awareness of what we are doing locally with our partners to cut crime and disorder and we particularly want people to get involved in working with, or supporting their local Safer Neighbourhood Teams to tackle crime and ASB. As well as allowing people to find out information about crime in their local area, it should also help people to hold their local Safer Neighbourhood Team and our partners to account for the action jointly we are taking to deal with issues that matter locally.”
Markers are placed approximately to protect the identity of victims and some markers overlap. See police.uk for the full breakdown by street.
How Does it Work? By typing in your postcode you can view crime and ASB statistics for your location as well as details of the Southbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team. The online map shows figures for all crime including burglary, robbery, violence, vehicle crime, other crime and anti-social behaviour at the touch of a button. Safeguards are in place to protect the identity of individuals and victims of crime. Meet the Southbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team To find out what the local team is doing to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour call 07825 522687 or 01202 222222 (for emergency calls please dial 999). Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.dorset.police.uk
Local Petrol Prices
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Petrol prices have continued to rocketed in recent months. To ensure you get the best Prices correct at time of going to press deal on fuel, listed below are the cheapest petrol stations within a 5 mile radius of Southbourne. Unleaded 126.9p Total Christchurch Somerford Road, BH23 3PP 127.9p MURCO Southbourne Southbourne Grove, BH6 3RB 127.9p Tesco Extra Riverside Avenue, BH7 7DY 127.9p Esso Christchurch Barrack Road, BH23 2AY 127.9p Shell Somerfield Lyndhurst Road, BH23 4SA
Super Unleaded 132.9p Tesco Extra Riverside Avenue, BH7 7DY 133.9p Esso Christchurch Barrack Road, BH23 2AY 134.9p MURCO Southbourne Southbourne Grove, BH6 3RB 135.9p Texaco (Somerfield) Bournemouth, BH8 8DQ
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Founded in 2002 by owner Samantha Acton, this local Southbourne business has its heart in one concept, people. Samantha told us more, "Our Angels are strongly people-focused, enjoying the relationships they build with clients and remaining firmly aware they are not simply doing a job, but visiting someone’s home." Domestic Angels specialise in helping in the home, carrying out regular house work, intensive spring cleans and now providing a home help service to lend a helping hand at home with daily life. "The client is our main focus and we concentrate heavily on the local community, doing our bit to help those who need it. It's not simply about doing jobs; it's about helping people and companionship." If you have a relative or friends who you feel may benefit from a Domestic Angels visit, contact Samantha on 01202 267350 or email@example.com or visit www.domestic-angels.com
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Supporting World Orphan Week
Southbourne based jewellery and accessories boutique, Sugar Mango, are doing their bit for charity during World Orphan Week (14th February – 20th February). The shop has close connections with a community in India, where they use local artisans to make all of the handmade items on sale in store. Owners of Sugar Mango, Alison Timmons and Heather Martyn, are planning in-store fundraising activities during the week, as well as selling a limited edition necklace which they have designed specifically for the occasion to give 100% of the sales to the SOS Children Village in India. The necklace is called Believe, Hope & Care and can be purchased in-store or from their website, www.sugarmango.com Alison commented, “This is a charity that I am personally involved with as I have been sponsoring a little girl in India at the local SOS Village. I have bought the materials that we use for our jewellery from this area for the past 4 years. I am planning a trip to India at the end of March, when I will be visiting the orphanage again. It’s gratifying to be able to go back and see what improvements have been made over the year, but this village still needs further support to continue its good work.” Find out more about the planned events at Sugar Mango by visiting Alison & Heather in store today. You can also make a donation to the SOS Childrens Villages charity via the Just Giving website: www.justgiving.com/sugar-mango
The best of Dorset on your doorstep
Southbourne High Street A great selection of independent and unusual shops all on a traditional high street.
Woodside Road Car Park Situated next to‘Little People’on Woodside Road. Offers 85 spaces & free parking from 6pm. Boscombe
Fisherman’s Walk A historic green space between the coast and shopping areas of Southbourne. Green flag status.
Southbourne Blue Flag Beach Southbourne is one of Bournemouth's quieter beaches, popular with bathers due to the fact it has no sudden shelves or rip currents. This sandy beach has good access facilities. For more details visit: www.blueflag.org.uk
War and Peace in Southbourne? Leo Tolstoy is said to have stayed at Tuckton in 1894. He would have been the guest of Countess Tchertkov who was enjoying the health-giving properties of burgeoning Southbourne-on-Sea. Shortly after this, her son, Vladimir Tchertkov, expelled by the Russian regime, came to Tuckton. He was a disciple of Tolstoy’s philosophical teachings and brought with him manuscripts of banned publications. By 1901 he was joined by other exiles and they set up a commune at 61 Saxonbury Road. They bought the former pumping station in Iford Lane to house printing presses which ran off thousands of copies of Tolstoy’s works. During the troubled times of the Great War, the 85-year old countess fell foul of the Tsarist regime. Escaping rouble-less from Russia, she returned to ‘Slavanka’ in Belle Vue Road. Her local friends provided for her to remain at Southbourne where she practised and promoted her Christian doctrine. In 1921 ‘Slavanka’ was sold to a syndicate and became a Christian Conference Centre, with the Countess remaining until she died in 1922. The original house was later expanded to accommodate the Centre’s facilities but it closed in 2006. ‘Slavanka’ was subsequently demolished and the site is now occupied by Sunrise Senior Living. A plaque on the outer wall commemorates the work of Countess Tchertkov. Article submitted by local historian John Cresswell.
New Visitor Centre Site for new £1m visitor centre at Hengistbury Head. Find out more about this development in last months edition, back issues online: www.southbourne.net Map data ©2010 Tele Atlas
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Social Groups & Things To Do Join a local social group
Hot Pots Lunch Club Every Monday at 12.30pm. Socialise with friends and family over a home cooked lunch at Cranleigh Community Church, 40 Cranleigh Road. Computer Tuition for Beginners Held every Tuesday from 1.30pm - 3.30pm at Southbourne Library, this is the ideal time to learn more about computers and the internet. Monday Reading Group 1st Monday of every month 5.30 - 6.30pm Get together to discuss the latest book release or share thoughts about your favourite read. Held at Southbourne Library, call 01202 428784. Polish Parents Group On the first Thursday of every month at St Christophers Church Hall on Burleigh Road. From 9.30am - 11.30am. ÂŁ3 per family. Yoga Classes A traditional Hatha Yoga class with postures, deep relaxation, breathing practices, and meditation. Immanuel Church Hall, 120 Southbourne Road 6.30 - 7.15pm Meditation & Yoga philosophy 7.30 - 9.15pm Multilevel / Intermediate Yoga Baby Wriggle & Rhyme For parents and toddlers. Every Monday 10.15 10.45am and 11.15 - 11.45am. Held at Southbourne Library, call 01202 428784.
Meet the Southbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Every Tuesday morning from 10 - 12.00pm Meet with your local neighbourhood police team to discuss issues arising in the area. Held at the beach office advice point at Fisherman’s Walk. Southbourne Tennis Club - Adult Club Morning Every Tuesday & Sunday morning from 10 - 11am. A range of tennis coaching and matches are available at the club. Call 07833 640285 for more information. Southbourne Tennis Club, Iford Lane, BH6 5NF Patchwork and Quilt Group The newly formed Patchwork and Quilt Group meet at Trinity Methodist Church, Southbourne Road. If you would like more information phone: Olga on 01202 424102, Elaine on 01202 433779 or Shirley on 01202 429761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Southbourne Art Society Regular critiques of members’ work, workshop and annual exhibition. Artists of all abilities welcome. 3rd Friday of the month between 2 – 4pm at Immanuel United Reformed Church, 120 Southbourne Road. Email email@example.com for more information. More events online Visit www.southbourne.net for a full interactive calendar. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your event added in the next edition.
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Useful Contacts Numbers for local and national services Medical Southbourne Surgery (17 Beaufort Road) Marine Surgery (29 Belle Vue Road) Poole Hospital Bournemouth Hospital NHS Direct
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Treasure House Haberdashery & much more!
Established in 1932, The Treasure House haberdasher has long been a well loved business in Southbourne. The owners for the past 6 years, Steven & Angela Hill, told us more, “We offer a whole range of products from buttons, beads and accessories to an extensive collection of linens & net curtains”. Both residents of Southbourne, Steven & Angela told us what they enjoyed the most about the area, “It’s got to be the bustling village atmosphere with the diverse range of shops and of course the great locality near the beach, ideal for walking & young families. We regularly provide items for school projects and nativities whilst accommodating the adults with traditional styles and a friendly service for your home interior. Our very unique haberdashery store is one of a kind and if we haven’t got it, we can order it in or offer advice on the best place to get it.”
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Baked with 29 Who needs an excuse for a cupcake?
C’s Cupcakes is the brainchild of Southbourne resident, Chelsey. “I have always loved making cupcakes for friends & family so I decided to set up a business around it. All of our Cupcakes are handmade to order, using the best ingredients we can source. We aim to provide you with the tastiest and prettiest cakes we can”, she explains. You can find Chelsey at the Boscombe Vintage Market, where she will have a display of her delicious cakes. The market will be held on the first Saturday of each month (see page 5), so head on down and speak to Chelsey about how cupcakes could enhance your next event. “We’re really happy to offer a range of flavours, including sticky toffee, traditional vanilla sponge and more. Who needs an excuse for a cupcake?”
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Spring Baking Workshops for Kids at Wildflour Bakery
As the days start getting longer and with half term just around the corner, we thought it was time to let you in on a little secret... In February and March, Wildflour Bakery’s hands on children’s courses are being offered at Springtime special prices. This means it has never been easier or more affordable for your little chef to join Davina and the Wildflour crew for one of the 2 hour workshops, half term/after school courses or to have a birthday party with Wildflour . C
Tasty Savings Quote ‘Southbourne-on-Sea magazine’ to get £5/child off birthday parties and workshops and a massive £10/child off the February half term baking course! This is a perfect opportunity to learn all about the gorgeous foods this season has to offer with something for everyone to take home and share. There are range of exciting courses including Bread Making, Springtime Feast and Grow Your Vegetables. Every course has a maximum of 8 spaces and they never have more than 5 children to one adult. All Wildflour staff are CRB checked and first aid certified.
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Choose from after school, weekend and half term courses or plan to have your little chefâ€™s birthday party with us. From our urban garden to our fabulous kitchen in Southbourne, children will learn about growing and making fresh, seasonal recipes with something tasty to take home and share.
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2 for 1 entry to Corfe Castle 1 free adult/child with a full paying adult when you bring this advert Terms & Conditions 1. This advert must be handed in on admission and is not transferable against the cost of membership. 2. There is no cash alternative. 3. This oﬀer cannot be used in conjunction with any other oﬀer. 4. Valid at Corfe Castle only until 31st March 2011. 5. Please check opening times before you visit on 01929 481294. 6. High winds can cause closure of all, or parts, of castle.
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