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Have you seen this bear? Group of unidentified cuddlies spotted on First Great Western services

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The rail operator, which runs services through West Berkshire, has launched the campaign to bring festive cheer to its young passengers by getting any cuddly companions left on board its trains back home for Christmas Day.
It has posted photographs of any toys that have been handed in by fellow passengers onto its website for parents and children to browse.
They have all been found travelling on the First Great Western network, which stretches across 10 counties, from London Paddington to Furze Platt, from Bere Alston to Patchway, and from Honeybourne to Peru’sey.
They are all being kept safe in lost property at Bristol Temple Meads Station.
Anyone who recognises one of the furry friends post on First Great Western’s website should email teddyrescue@firstgroup.com with a description of the lost toy, highlighting any distinctive features and where they were lost along with the toy’s name, your name, full address and contact details.

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