Removals Headbourne Worthy

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We're a family run removals business who love living and working in and around Dorset and Hampshire. From the rolling hills of the New Forest to the stunning Jurassic Coastline, this part of the world offers a unique quality of life that we simply can't get enough of. Whether you're a seasoned local or a newcomer to the area, we hope to share with you our passion for this beautiful corner of England.

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Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is a small, friendly local business located on the border of Bournemouth in Dorset and The New Forest in Hampshire.
As a leading provider of house removals, storage, man and van, moving house, moving flat, and relocation services, Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth takes great pride in offering quality services for a competitive price.
Whether you're moving just a few miles away or across the country, Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth can help make your move stress free.
They offer a full packing service and can provide the necessary materials to ensure your belongings remain safe and secure during transport.
Christchurch, Dorset is located just seven miles from Headbourne Worthy, Hampshire.
Headbourne Worthy is a small village located in the Test Valley just north of Winchester.
The village is made up of a few farms, a couple of pubs and a few small businesses.
It is also home to a beautiful church, St.
Mary's Headbourne Worthy, which dates back to the 12th century.
Headbourne Worthy is a great place to explore, with plenty of walking and cycling routes as well as a nature reserve nearby.
The village is also home to a popular annual fete, held in August, which includes a variety of stalls, entertainment and activities.
So, if you're looking for a reliable, friendly and competitively priced removals company in the Bournemouth and New Forest area, Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is the perfect choice.
With their experience and expertise, you can trust that your belongings will be in safe hands.
And with Headbourne Worthy and the Test Valley just a stone’€™s throw away, you’€™ll be able to explore this beautiful area of Hampshire at the same time.

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Headbourne Worthy


Headbourne Worthy (formerly Worthy Mortimer) is a village and former manor within the City of Winchester district of Hampshire, England. The parish also includes the former manor of Worthy Pauncefoot.The parish council consists of seven members elected every 4 years and a parish clerk. The council considers planning applications, carries out minor public works and organises the annual village litter pick. It is funded by a small precept (one of the smallest in Hampshire) collected by Winchester City Council as part of the Council Tax. Recent works include refurbishing the village notice boards in Agapanthus blueThe Grade I listed parish church dates from the 11th century and is particularly noted for its 11th century rood on the outside of the original west wall, now part of the vestry. What remains of the stone carving, which was vandalised at the time of the Reformation, depicts the crucified Christ, St Mary the virgin and St John.The church sits on an island, surrounded by chalk streams, to the west of Worthy Lane. The graveyard to the south extends to School Lane. In 2012 an oak tree was planted in the churchyard to commemorate the Queen's diamond jubilee. A Friend of St Swithun's carried out a great deal of clearance and conservation work in the churchyard, the burial ground, the dell and the pathways to School Lane and London Road in 2012 2013 and maintains the grounds. The Worthys Conservation Volunteers carried out extensive habitat conservation work in the 'scrub' area to the north of the churchyard in 2013. The group opposes controversial plans to build a car park to the south of the church.A 3.5 acre parcel of land known as Chisslands has been owned by the church since time immemorial. This parcel of land is to be sold to the developer of the Barton Farm estate for a substantial sum which will provide the church with capital for church maintenance for many years to come.An annual dinner, known as The Pudding Feast, was provided to the Mayor and Corporation at The Pudding House (now known as Pudding Farm House). A lease of the property in 1817 converted this obligation to an annual payment of £3Now a three bedroom family home, the stables of the Manor House once housed the 1946 Grand National winner, Lovely Cottage. 251 outsider Jack Finlay and 3/1 favourite Prince Regent in a race that saw 34 horses start but only 6 finish. The day after the race, Lovely Cottage was paraded around the village and local children were lifted onto its back.Agapanthus is a summer flowering perennial and native of South Africa, but in the late 1940s Lewis Palmer, youngest son of the 2nd Earl of Selborne and a Vice President of the Royal Horticultural Society, bred hybrids in the garden of The Grange on School Lane where he lived. The hybrids, commonly known as Headbourne Hybrids, are still widely available at garden centres and nurseries. In the 1960s at The Grange, Lewis Palmer maintained one of the country's best collections of the winter flowering shrub, Christmas Box (Sarcococca). He also bred a Pulmonaria named Lewis Palmer with violet-blue flowers which has the RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM). A number of Hillier's Nursery staff were trained in the gardens of The Grange.20 watercress beds off Bedfield Lane and Springvale, occupying 4 acres of land, are owned by Robert Chisnell and managed by The Watercress Company. The water used in the beds drains to streams along the Nuns Walk and then into the River Itchen.Flood water from winterbournes above the village to the west threatened houses and the church and lead to the closure of Springvale Road near the Good Life farm shop (now Cobbs) in February and March 2014. Water ran down Down Farm Lane onto Springvale Road and had to be diverted with sandbags across the road to the watercress beds alongside Bedfield Lane. From there the flood water passed through the lake at Church Paddock Trout Fishery and into the streams around St Swithun's Church from where it followed the normal water course, under Worthy Lane and towards the Itchen. At one point the water levels around the church threatened it with flooding and sand bags were placed around the 11th century Grade I listed building to protect it.On 27 January 2015 at 18:30 Headborne Worthy was the epicentre of a tremor of magnitude 2.9 at a depth of 3 km. No injuries or serious damage was reported but everyone in the village felt the extraordinary quake which could be felt as far afield as Southampton

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