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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.
Providing House Removals, Storage, Man and Van, Moving House, Moving Flat, and Relocation services, the team at Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is dedicated to making the process of moving as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Olivers Battery, Hampshire is just 4 miles from Christchurch, Dorset, making Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth the perfect choice for those looking to move from or to the area.
But why choose Olivers Battery? This Hampshire village is steeped in history, being mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086.
It was also the site of an Iron Age fort and is home to a Grade I listed manor house.
The village is also home to a variety of wildlife, including Roe Deer, Red Kites, and Barn Owls.
When it comes to moving house, it pays to choose a reliable and professional service.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth offers the highest quality service, taking the stress out of moving home.
With the experience and expertise of the team, you can be sure that your possessions will be in safe hands.
Whether you are moving from or to the Hampshire village of Olivers Battery or anywhere else in the Bournemouth or New Forest area, Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth has the perfect solution for you.
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Oliver's Battery is a civil parish in Hampshire, England, of some 700 households located just to the south of the City of Winchester. The parish was formed in 1956 (in the then Winchester Rural District, and part of the City of Winchester District since 1974) from part of Compton parish. The parish does not include the whole of the settlement known informally as Oliver's Battery, with the northern boundary following the A3090 and therefore excluding Oliver's Battery Road North.The name Oliver's Battery refers to a prominent Iron Age earthwork. A fine Anglo-Saxon bowl from a burial within the Battery was on show for many years at the British Museum, but has now been returned to Winchester City Museum on long-term loan. The parish also contains a number of Bronze Age burial mounds. The Olivers Battery name dates back to the English Civil War and is specifically associated with Oliver Cromwell's siege of Winchester in 1645. A map of 1780 refers to the area as "Cromwell's Camp" and later maps show it as "Oliver Cromwell's Battery". The ancient earthwork may well have provided a suitable campsite for the besieging Parliamentarian forces, but cannon of the period would have lacked the range to fire on Winchester Castle and city walls from the so-called battery site.For centuries, Oliver's Battery was open downland grazed by sheep. Permanent settlements only appeared in the early years of the twentieth century with the establishment of a military camp. During the First World War the army maintained an extensive Veterinary Hospital for horses. After the war, the camp was split up into small holdings with army huts being used as dwellings. Gradually, a community developed as huts were replaced with houses and other homes were built.In the late 1970s the community was bisected by Badger Farm Road (now the A3090), which acts as a south-western ring road for Winchester. A southern Winchester park-and-ride scheme opened in 2010 and is intended to reduce rush-hour congestion on this road.There is a local shopping centre built in the 1960s, with Sub Post Office. A small Anglican church, St Mark's, doubles up as a village hall and there is also a Catholic church, St Stephen's. Oliver's Battery Primary School was opened in 1973. St Peter's Catholic Primary School was built in the 1980s (having originated in Winchester in the 1850s), next to St Stephen's. The Catholic school and church are in Oliver's Battery Road North, and therefore not within the civil parish. There is no secondary school, but Kings' School is within walking distance.David Farmer, 2000, A Brief History of Oliver's Battery (pamphlet) More Media related to Oliver's Battery can be found at Wikimedia CommonsInformation courtesy of Wikipedia
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