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Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is a small local business based on the border of Bournemouth in Dorset and The New Forest, Hampshire.
They offer a range of services including house removals, storage, man and van, moving house, moving flat, and relocation.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth have been providing a first-class removals and storage service for the people of Bournemouth and the surrounding areas since they opened their doors in 2010.
They pride themselves on their commitment to customer service, as well as their competitive pricing and excellent value for money.
Christchurch, Dorset is just 18 miles from Fair Oak and Hampshire, making Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth the ideal choice for anyone in the area looking to move house, relocate, or store their possessions.
With an experienced team of professionals, the company ensure that all their customers receive a safe, reliable, and stress-free service.
Fair Oak, Hampshire is a small village located in the New Forest National Park.
It is known for its picturesque surroundings and its abundance of wildlife.
It is also home to the historic Fair Oak House, which was built in the 1700s and is now a popular tourist attraction.
If you are looking for a reliable, trustworthy, and affordable removals and storage service, then look no further than Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth.
With their commitment to customer service and competitive prices, they will make sure that your move is as stress-free and enjoyable as possible.
So, whether you are moving house, relocating, or storing your possessions, why not get in touch with Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth and take advantage of their first-class service? With their experience and dedication to customer service, you know you can trust them to get the job done right.

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Fair Oak


Fair Oak is a large village to the east of Eastleigh in Hampshire, England. Together with the village of Horton Heath, which lies to the south, it is part of the civil parish of Fair Oak and Horton Heath.Fair Oak takes its name from a tree in the Square which was felled and replaced on 30 February 1843. A fair took place under the tree in June every year until 1918, and local historians believe this provided the tree, and subsequently the village around it, with its name.Documentary evidence exists of a settlement in the area called Cnolgette in 901 AD.The village has a history of sand quarrying, with some of the newer parts built over old restored quarries. In November 1830, during the Swing Riots, a group of labourers destroyed threshing machines in and around the village.The central church of St Thomas was originally built in 1863 to serve as a chapel of ease for Fair Oak cemetery. At this time the village was part of the parish of Bishopstoke with its church of St Mary.Fair Oak was established as a civil parish in its own right in 1894, covering an area of 1,680 acres (680 ha) which previously formed the eastern end of Bishopstoke parish. In 1908, Fair Oak was described thus:At this point Crowdhill consisted of a Wesleyan chapel and approximately three houses, with Stocks Farm lying between Crowdhill and the centre of Fair Oak itself, where St Thomas' Church had a number of houses grouped around it. An inn, smithy, and church schools were nearby, and some cottages adjoined the road to Knowle Hill. Horton Heath was included in the civil parish and at that time, consisting of a post office, the Rising Sun Inn, Hammerley Farm and a Union Chapel, was considered "a detached portion of Fair Oak village".A number of country houses were sited around Fair Oak village. These included Fair Oak Park to the east, whose grounds covered about 120 acres (49 ha). To the northeast stood Stroudwood, while southwest of the village was Fair Oak Lodge, whose estate again covered about 120 acres (49 ha) and contained a lake known as Quobleigh Pond, which itself covered an area of about 7 acres (2.8 ha) and was noted for supporting a variety of water fowl species. Originally a convent dating from the 16th century, Fair Oak Lodge is in Allington Lane and was extended in the 19th century. The building now houses The King's School, which purchased the property in 1987.Wyvern Community School was opened in 1965 and was renamed Wyvern Technology College in 2000. Then in 2012 the name was changed again to Wyvern College as a result of the school's conversion to an academy. The uniform crest was also changed slightly to a golden dragon.The name of the parish was changed in 1983 from "Fair Oak" to "Fair Oak and Horton Heath" to reflect the expansion of the latter settlement over the previous two decades.The church, St.Thomas has been designated a beacon church for the Winchester diocese. The village has also been the location for Christian outreach programmes in recent years. It is home to two scout groups, the 7th and 8th Eastleigh.There are three schools: infant, junior, and a secondary school, Wyvern College, which has a public gym. There is also an independent Christian school, The King's School Senior. In 2017 Fair Oak Junior School represented the South of England in football.In 2020, Hampshire County Council announced plans to close Fair Oak library.Stoke Park Wood to the north-west of the village (a remnant of the Forest of Bere) lies partly in Fair Oak and partly in the neighbouring parish of Bishopstoke. With many bridleways running between the two villages via the woods, it is possible to walk from one village to another without setting foot on any other public highway. The woods cover some 207 hectares (510 acres) and are primarily of evergreen trees; the sandy soil and long grass is home to wildlife including dormice, grey squirrels, pine martens, deer and adders. This forest is the biggest in Eastleigh and several watercourses run through it.Popular sites include the Eastleigh Falls, a semi-natural rapidly flowing chalk stream which supports a variety of locally rare plant and animal species. The site has been recognised as important habitat for Northern crested newt (Triturus cristatus). There are ongoing efforts by local activists to classify the area as an SSSI ensuring its protection from the proposed development projects. In 2015 a group of local volunteers saved 250 trees from destruction by transplanting them from Stokewood Park to Knowle Lane.Fair Oak lies on the London Clay deposits of the Hampshire Basin, to the northern edge of a small syncline separated from the main basin by the Portsdown anticline. The London Clay in this area, towards the top of the sequence, is fairly sandy and includes lenticular sand deposits. The sand pits on the east of the village are in the Whitecliff Sand. At Knowle Hill and south towards Horton Heath the London Clay is overlain by the clays and sands of Wittering Formation of the Bracklesham Group, with a small outlier capping Pylehill to the north.Fair Oak is the location of one of Hampshire's biggest cricket clubs, the Fair Oak Cricket Club. The home ground is Lapstone Park, at the end of Pavilion Close in Fair Oak. The first team are the only team from Eastleigh Borough to play in the Southern Premier League. FOCC's third and fourth teams do not play in Fair Oak itself, but the club homes all four sides at Lapstone Park for training and events. The club was established in 1947.Fair Oak is the boyhood home of 1979 500cc motocross world champion, Graham Noyce.

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