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Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is a small local business based in Dorset on the border of Bournemouth and The New Forest Hampshire.
With over 25 years of experience in house removals and storage, Carlin Brown Removals offers a comprehensive service for all your moving needs.
Whether you are moving house, flat, or relocating, the team at Carlin Brown Removals can help make your move as stress-free as possible.
For those looking to move to the nearby area of Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset, Carlin Brown Removals are only a short drive away.
Whitchurch Canonicorum is located just 35 miles from Christchurch in Dorset and is a beautiful and historic village.
The village is home to the Whitchurch Canonicorum Heritage Centre which houses a variety of artefacts and documents which tell the story of the village's past.
Whitchurch Canonicorum is also home to a variety of local wildlife, including badgers, foxes, and deer.
Birdwatchers are also well catered for in the village, with a variety of different species of birds making their home in the area.
The village is also home to the historic Church of St.
Candida and Holy Cross, which dates back to the 11th century and is a Grade I listed building.
Carlin Brown Removals are passionate about providing a reliable, friendly and professional service for all your removal needs.
They understand the stresses and strains of moving home and are dedicated to helping you settle in your new home as quickly and easily as possible.
With over 25 years of experience, the team at Carlin Brown Removals are sure to have you settled in Whitchurch Canonicorum in no time.

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899 will of King Alfred the Great it was left to his youngest son Æthelweard, and in 1086 in the Domesday Book, the village was recorded as Witcerce.In the 899 will of King Alfred the Great it was left to his youngest son Æthelweard, and in 1086 in the Domesday Book, the village was recorded as Witcerce.On the northern edge of the village is the Church of St Candida and Holy Cross. It is noteworthy as containing the only shrine in Britain to have survived the Reformation with its relics intact, apart from that of Saint Edward the Confessor in Westminster Abbey. The saint in question is the somewhat obscure Saint Wite (Latinised as Saint Candida) after whom the church and the village are named. She is thought to be either a Christian martyred by the Danes or alternatively a West Saxon anchoress. Nothing more is known of her. The shrine of St Wite in the north wall of the transept is foramina-style, with three large vesica-shaped apertures for pilgrims to insert heads, hands, arms or feet. When the shrine was opened in 1900 it was found to contain a lead casket with the inscription +HIC. REQUIESCT. RELIQU. SCE. WITE (Here rest the relics of Saint Wite). The flag of Dorset makes dedication to St Wite.Sir George Somers (1554 1610) was the Mayor of Lyme Regis and later Governor of The Somers Isles (Bermuda). He died "of a surfeit in eating of a pig", on 9 November 1610 in Bermuda. His heart was buried in Bermuda but his body, pickled in a barrel, was landed on the Cobb at Lyme Regis in 1618. A volley of muskets and cannon saluted his last journey to the church at Whitchurch Canonicorum where his body is buried. It is also the burial place of Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov and Sir Robin Day.The hamlet of Fishpond Bottom contains St John's Church, which was built in 1852 as a chapel of ease to the parish church at Whitchurch Canonicorum.

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