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Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth are a small local business based on the border of Bournemouth in Dorset and The New Forest Hampshire.
Offering a wide range of services from House Removals to Storage, Man and Van, Moving House, Moving Flat and Relocation, Carlin Brown Removals are here to make your move as stress-free and efficient as possible.
Just a short drive from the centre of Bournemouth, Carlin Brown Removals can take you to Christchurch Dorset, which is just 8 miles away.
While in the area, why not visit the stunning Exbury Gardens in Hampshire, just 16 miles away.
Exbury Gardens is a breathtaking 200-acre site, full of vibrant colours and life.
Home to an array of wildlife, including vibrant birds and butterflies, as well as exotic plants, it is the perfect place to spend a relaxing afternoon.
The site also boasts a steam railway, woodland walks and a restaurant, making it the ideal day out for all the family.
Not only are Exbury Gardens a stunning place to visit, but it is also a great place to learn.
The gardens host a wide range of events and activities throughout the year, including a series of lectures and interactive workshops.
The lectures are suitable for all ages and cover a wide range of topics, from gardening and wildlife to art and photography.
So, if you're thinking of moving home, be sure to contact Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth.
With their friendly and experienced team, they can make your house move easy and stress-free.
And while you're in the area, why not take a trip to Exbury Gardens in Hampshire and experience the beauty of nature.
Exbury Gardens is a 200-acre (81 ha) informal woodland garden in Hampshire, England with large collections of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, and is often considered the finest garden of its type in the United Kingdom. Exbury holds the national collection of Nyssa (Tupelo) and Oxydendrum under the National Plant Collection scheme run by the Plant Heritage charity. The gardens are rated Grade II* on the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.Lionel Nathan de Rothschild purchased the Exbury estate in 1919 and soon began creating a garden on an ambitious scale, emulating his father's at Gunnersbury Park in London. Exbury House itself is a neoclassical mansion which was built around an earlier structure in the 1920s. The gardens are open to the public, but the house is not.Exbury Gardens is situated in the village of Exbury, just to the east of Beaulieu, across the river from Buckler's Hard. It is signposted from Beaulieu and from the A326 Southampton to Fawley road in the New Forest. In the summer, the gardens are served by the New Forest Tour open-top bus service.Features include the Hydrangea Walk, the Rock Garden, Iris Garden, the Sundial Garden, Centenary Garden and Camellia Walk (which takes visitors to a path alongside Beaulieu river and back via the pond).The infrastructure included a water tower, three large concrete lined ponds, and 22 miles (35 km) of underground piping. Exbury Gardens is now open to the public for most of the year, with high seasons in the spring for the flowering shrubs and the autumn for the autumn colour.The Cinema Museum holds film of the gardens in 1967. HMO363 The gardens are run by a registered charity, Exbury Gardens Limited, whose objects are "to maintain, improve, develop and preserve Exbury Gardens in Hampshire, including opening them to the public, and to advance horticultural science, knowledge and learning for the public's benefit."In the north east corner of the gardens there is also the 12+1„4 in (311 mm) gauge Exbury Steam Railway that goes on a journey through a tunnel, around Dragonfly Pond, through the Summer Lane Garden, along the top of the rock gardens and into the American Garden. The railway was built in 2000 2001 as an additional attraction in the gardens. Two narrow gauge style 0-6-2 tender tank locos were built specially for the line by the Exmoor Steam Railway. The railway is a member of Britain's Great Little Railways.The railway however has proved to be more popular than anyone had anticipated, with trains often needing to be double headed. To solve this problem, a much larger 2-6-2 tender loco, called Marriloo, was built at Exmoor, and entered service on the line in 2008. It is notable for having carried the Queen on a footplate trip round the railway. The railway stages popular Ghost Trains during the October half-term and Santa Steam Specials in the run-up to Christmas.Theres also a diesel locomotive called Eddy that is used for shunting operations.Information courtesy of Wikipedia
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