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    I'll find out where in Gloucester she is. Thanks, that might help, as it looks like Oxford might be easier to get to from the north if someone is going that way.


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    The destination is 5 minutes from Gloucester centre, in Longlevens.

    Can anyone help with the first leg of the journey? From York to somewhere down the M1?


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    Unfortunately RedFraggle isn't going to Reading now, so we really need someone to get Daphne a bit closer to her new home.

    During working days the new owner is in Churchdown, 5 minutes from Gloucester, but weekends and the week beginning 11th November they may be able to collect from somewhere near the Midlands.


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    Has this bunny gone to his new home?
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    yes she is, settled and happy in her new home with her husbun Parsley

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    Quote Originally Posted by amylou View Post
    yes she is, settled and happy in her new home with her husbun Parsley
    Thats great to hear. She reminded me of one of my late french lops, Daisy.
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