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Kingston (Purbeck)

Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth are a small local business offering a wide range of services, from house removals and storage to man and van and moving house and flat.
Whether you’€™re relocating locally or further afield, they’€™ve got the experience and expertise to ensure your move goes smoothly.
The business is based in Bournemouth, right on the border of Dorset and the New Forest in Hampshire.
They operate throughout the local area and beyond, meaning they are well placed to help you move house wherever you’€™re going.
Situated just 11 miles away from Christchurch in Dorset, Kingston (Purbeck) is a popular destination for those looking to move to the area.
Home to the historic Corfe Castle and a stunning stretch of coastline, it’€™s easy to see why so many people are drawn to this charming part of Dorset.
But there’€™s more to Kingston (Purbeck) than just the castle.
It’€™s also home to some of the best beaches in the UK, including Shell Bay and Studland Bay, as well as some fantastic walks through the stunning local countryside.
Whether you’€™re moving to Kingston (Purbeck) or relocating elsewhere in the local area, Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth can help.
With their experienced team of removal experts and state-of-the-art vehicles, they’€™ll make sure your move is as stress-free as possible.
So, if you’€™re looking for a reliable and experienced removals firm to help with your move, look no further than Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth.
With years of experience in the industry and a commitment to providing the best possible service, you can be sure your move will go as smoothly as possible.

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Kingston (Purbeck)


Kingston is a small village on the Isle of Purbeck in the county of Dorset in southern England.Kingston is situated about two miles south of Corfe Castle and five miles west of Swanage. The village of Kingston is situated on a hill near Swyre Head, the highest point of the Purbeck Hills. The village is surrounded by woods and stands at a height of over 400 ft (120 Metres) above sea level and can be seen from far away.Kingston lies within the civil parish of Corfe Castle. The parish forms part of the Purbeck local government district.The village is notable because it has two churches. Since the 12th century, up until 1877, Kingston had been a chapelry of Corfe Castle. A chapel stood on the east side of the village and it was served by the Rector of Corfe Castle or his assistant.In 1833 John Scott, the first Earl of Eldon, (later Lord Chancellor Eldon) replaced the chapel, at his own expense, with the present church building standing on the site. It was designed by his son-in-law, George Repton, and largely followed the ground plan of the replaced chapel, embodying most of the old building material. The church was surrounded by many graves. The first Earl and his wife are buried in the churchyard. The old church remained in use as the church hall for many years, later it became disused and is now a private residence. Many of the gravestones were transferred to a separate graveyard, while others were used for paving or broken up.The other church, St James's Church, is quite elaborate. It was built in 1874, completed in 1880, by the third Earl of Eldon, the architect was George Edmund Street (1824 1881). St James's Church resembles a miniature of an early English cathedral. It is a cruciform building, with an apse, central tower and narthex, built throughout of Purbeck stone. Its tower dominates the landscape. The tower, which is somewhat disproportionate in size to the rest of the church, was made large enough to contain a full ring of eight bells, which were cast and installed by John Taylor & Co., of Loughborough, in 1880. Two more bells were added in 2000 to make a ring of 10 bells. Inside the clustered pillars and other details are made of Purbeck marble, quarried from Lord Eldons estate and worked by his own craftsmen. It did not replace the existing church immediately and in effect for over forty years it was the private chapel of the Eldon family.In April 1921 Lord Eldon conveyed the church and churchyard to the Church Commissioners. On 11 October 1921 they were consecrated by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Jocelyne. In January 1922 the new church substituted the old one by the Church Commissioners.There was also a Wesleyan Chapel, built in 1861, at the foot of Kingston Hill. The building still stands and now it is a private residence.The first school in Kingston was established on 24 September 1786. The school house for up to 100 children with residence for the school master, was erected in 1856, in memory of the Earl and Countess of Eldon, by their children. The old school house building is now a private residence.The village pub dates from 1787. Originally it was known as the New Inn. Its name was changed to the Eldon Arms in the early 19th century. After the Second World War the name was changed to The Scott Arms.The tower of the old churchMore Media related to Kingston, Purbeck can be found at Wikimedia Commons

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