Updated 9 Jan 2010
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- Ena Palmer nee Doxey.
- Anywhere between 1.40 (drought) and 3.5 (flood)
- a.OS ref is 985-995. (Bear Mead on Stour)
b. Osprey nest.
c. Alder and black poplar.
- a. 07889937799
b. Railings to hold a cow still while being injected.
- Small area on river bank to let cows down to drink.
- A cement roller, it was built where you see it.
- a. Trout, roach, perch, dace, chubb, pike, minnow, eels.
b. Kingfisher, heron, swan, reed warbler, sedge warbler,
reed bunting, snipe, redshank, curlew.
- a. Dorset Women's Land Army Reunion Association.
b. They worked on the land while the men fought in WWII.
- Drew's cottage.
- All Fool's Lane (1st April is "All Fool's Day").
- a. Kingston Lacy, called The jewel in the crown of the NT.
b. The last owner was gay.
b.Marconi's first transatlantic transmission.
- a. Roger Gillingham.
- Strong country bitter, tankard bitter, cooled lager, trophy bitter.