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Worth Matravers

Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth are a small local business based on the border of Bournemouth in Dorset and The New Forest in Hampshire.
With years of experience in the removals business, they offer a comprehensive range of services, including house removals, storage, man and van, moving house, moving flat and relocation.
Carlin Brown Removals have a commitment to providing a quality service at an affordable price.
They have an experienced team of professional movers who take great pride in their work and provide a friendly and efficient service.
Whether you're moving a few miles or across the country, Carlin Brown Removals will make the process as stress-free as possible.
From the Bournemouth office, the team can service customers from Christchurch, Dorset, which is just 10 miles away.
But if you’€™re looking for a more rural location to move to or from, then why not consider Worth Matravers in Dorset? Just 18 miles away, Worth Matravers is a picturesque village which is steeped in history and surrounded by stunning natural beauty.
Worth Matravers is well known for its charming thatched cottages, many of which have been around since the 18th century.
It also has a rich industrial history, as it was once home to a number of stone quarries and granite works.
The village is now a popular tourist destination, with visitors flocking to its quaint tea rooms and traditional pubs.
The village is also home to a number of fascinating attractions, including St Aldhelm’€™s Chapel, which was built in the 12th century, and the Swanage Steam Railway, which runs along the stunning coastline.
Whether you’€™re looking for a peaceful retreat or a vibrant holiday destination, Worth Matravers has something for everyone.
If you’€™re planning on moving to or from Worth Matravers, then you can trust Carlin Brown Removals to provide you with a first-class service.
With their experienced team and reliable vehicles, they can ensure that your move is a stress-free and successful experience.
So whether you’€™re looking for a professional removals company in Bournemouth or a rural location like Worth Matravers, Carlin Brown Removals can provide you with the quality service you need.

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Worth Matravers


il parish stretches from the coast northwards to, and just beyond, the A351 road from Corfe Castle to Swanage. The village of Worth Matravers is situated on side roads towards the south of the parish, which also includes the village of Harman's Cross on the main road to the north.The civil parish stretches from the coast northwards to, and just beyond, the A351 road from Corfe Castle to Swanage. The village of Worth Matravers is situated on side roads towards the south of the parish, which also includes the village of Harman's Cross on the main road to the north.The cliffs of Worth Matravers were the site of a Chain Home radar station during World War II, which was instrumental in the development of radar when the Telecommunications Research Establishment outstation shared the site from 1940 until 1942 when it was relocated to Malvern, Worcestershire.To the south of Worth Matravers village are the limestone cliffs of the English Channel coast. These are situated on the South West Coast Path and are part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. This coastline is popular with tourists in the summer months, with the rocky beaches of Winspit, Seacombe and Chapman's Pool situated within walking distance of the village.To the north of the village and parish are the chalk Purbeck Hills. Many tourists pass through this area on the Swanage Railway, a steam locomotive operated heritage railway. Harman's Cross railway station on that railway is within the parish boundaries, but a significant distance from the village centre of Worth Matravers.The parish includes the settlement of Harman's Cross to the north, and has an area of 10.98 square kilometres. In the 2011 census it had 285 households and a population of 638. The parish formed part of the Purbeck local government district until its replacement by the Dorset unitary authority in April 2019. It is located within the South Dorset constituency of the House of Commons. Prior to Brexit in 2020, it was in the South West England constituency of the European Parliament.Traditionally the village's economy was based on farming, quarrying and fishing. Today, two quarries Swanworth and St Aldhelm's are still in operation. Both arable and pasture farming are still central to the village's economy.In March 2022, it was announced that the National Trust had purchased the 350 acre Weston Farm, in the village, adding to its other landholdings in the village and its vicinity such as Spyway.A monument on St Aldhelm's head, about a mile from the village, commemorates the development of radar by the Telecommunications Research Establishment at RAF Worth Matravers which was also one of the Chain Home radar stations during World War II, which proved decisive in the allied victory of that war. A Royal Observer Corps monitoring post is situated in the layby on the road to Worth Matravers.About a mile from the village is Winspit, an old quarry on the cliffs. This was used as a filming location for an episode of Blake's 7 and also in two Doctor Who stories.On the bluff of the headland is the Norman Saint Aldhelm's Chapel dedicated to St Aldhelm, Bishop of Sherborne. The village's parish church of St Nicholas of Myra dates from the 12th century and is Grade I listed.

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