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An 'Amnesty'?

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Last week we reported the theft of our Bushnell Live Trail Night Camera from an area that we manage within the village and with which we have previously recorded badgers, foxes and the return of Otters to Tattenhall.

Your responses have been remarkable, with several of you offering to financially contribute towards a replacement.

One reader suggested, however, that we flag up the possibility of an 'Amnesty' in the hope that whoever took the Night Camera might have sufficient courage and/or social responsibility to simply hand it back in an envelope.

Appealing to whoever took it, therefore, and as an act of random kindness, we ask you to simply place it in a box/envelope and hand it into Spar on the High Street and marked for the attention of Thom Morton.

We thank Thom Morton who has kindly agreed to this — absolutely no questions asked — just leave it on the counter. If you feel uncomfortable with this suggestion, then please drop it off at The Barbour Institute — the offices are on the first floor — we stress again absolutely no questions asked.

In anticipation .....

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