Page 4 – Pokesdown: the name – What’s wrong with it? What could it be changed to? cont’d

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1896 Christchurch Times newspaper article discussing whether Stourbourne or Portman Cliff would be good alternatives to the name "Pokesdown"
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colourised postcard showing pine woods at Pokesdown near Boscombe
Postcard of Pine Woods, Pokesdown. Date: postmarked 1906. Source: Alwyn Ladell Flickr
Postcard showing pines along Fisherman’s Walk. Date stamped 1904. Source: ebay innokentijs
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