Thames Valley Missing Teddies On Train

10 August 2015, 19:35

Teddy Rescue was launched in November 2014, First Great Western have been unable to reunite a single bear or cuddly toy with their original family over the last nine months.

 

these little bears and other cute cuddly toys have been separated from their families on board First Great Western trains. Eventually, aided by our helpful and friendly staff, they found their way to Lost Property, but what they really want is to go home


Should you recognise any of our shady soft toys please email teddyrescue@firstgroup.com describing the lost bear, highlighting any distinctive features, the direction of escape (where they were lost); their name, your name, full address and contact details.


Since Teddy Rescue was launched in November 2014, many have offered to provide a new home for lost toys, but we have been unable to reunite a single bear or cuddly toy with their original family. Help us get them home.

Lost bears and other cuddly toys not reunited with their real owner within three months will embark on other adventures with a Children’s charity.

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