Removals North Stoneham

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North Stoneham

Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is a small local business based on the border of Bournemouth in Dorset and The New Forest in Hampshire.
They offer a range of removal services such as House Removals, Storage, Man and Van, Moving House, Moving Flat, and Relocation.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth will help you move to North Stoneham, Hampshire, situated only 12 miles away from Christchurch in Dorset.
North Stoneham is a small village located in the Test Valley, close to the M3 motorway and the A337 road.
It’€™s a great place to settle down, with easy access to nearby towns and cities.
North Stoneham is an area steeped in history.
It is home to the North Stoneham Park, which was built by the 3rd Earl of Southampton in the late 18th century.
The park’€™s grounds contain a variety of wildlife, including deer, rare birds, and a variety of plants.
Additionally, the park is home to the grand manor house, which was built in 1789.
North Stoneham is also home to the Grade II listed Church of St.
John the Evangelist, which was built in the 19th century.
The church contains a range of stunning stained glass windows, and is a popular place for weddings and other events.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is the perfect choice for anyone looking to move to North Stoneham.
Their experienced staff will ensure that your move is stress free and hassle free.
With their wide range of services, they are sure to have something to suit your needs.
So if you’€™re looking to move to North Stoneham, Hampshire, look no further than Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth.
They are a reliable and experienced team, who will make sure your move goes smoothly.
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North Stoneham


North Stoneham is a settlement and ecclesiastical parish located in between Eastleigh and Southampton in south Hampshire, England. It was formerly an ancient estate and manor. Until the nineteenth century, it was a rural community comprising a number of scattered hamlets, including Middle Stoneham, North End, and Bassett Green, and characterised by large areas of woodland. The former 1,000-acre North Stoneham Park was redesigned by Capability Brown in the eighteenth century, and was one of the largest ornamental parklands in Hampshire.For some centuries, the Willis Fleming family of North Stoneham Park were lords of the manor of North Stoneham, ( Eastleigh) and the principal landowners in the parish. The estate was purchased by Sir Thomas Fleming in 1599 from Henry Wriothesley, a young Earl of Southampton who inherited the title and estate at the age of eight. The church of St. Nicolas stands in Stoneham Lane, on the edge of the former park, while opposite is the former rectory, now an office complex.The aviation pioneer, Edwin Moon, selected the flat field at North Stoneham Farm for his first flight in 1910, on what is now Southampton Airport.The Stoneham War Shrine was built in 1917 18 in memory of thirty-six local men killed in World War I. The Shrine was restored in 2011.North Stoneham and neighbouring South Stoneham are together sometimes referred to as 'the Stonehams' but are situated in different modern-day local authority areas: North Stoneham is in the Borough of Eastleigh and South Stoneham is in the city of Southampton.In the early 1990s, Southampton Football Club considered building a 25,000-seat stadium in the area to replace their stadium in the city, The Dell. However, by 1999 the plan had been abandoned in favour of a 32,000-seat stadium, St Mary's in the St Mary's area of Southampton, which opened in 2001. Following consultation with residents across the borough, North Stoneham was chosen as the preferred site for a new housing development, plans for which were put to the council in 2015. As well as 1,100 new homes, the plans for the £70m scheme include a new primary school, nursery, community centre, care home, shops and play facilities, to be built on a 62-hectare area of the former North Stoneham Park estate, which was landscaped by Lancelot "Capability" Brown.Coordinates: 50°57.18.N 1°22.54.W / 50.95500°N 1.38167°W

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