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Have you lost a 'Peacock'?

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We have been contacted by Judith Edwards who sent the following message to us early yesterday evening ....

There has been a peacock hanging around our house all day.

Does anyone know who owns it?

We live on Tattenhall Road.

If you think this might be your 'peacock' or you might know to whom it belongs, then please contact Judith on 07714086917

(image is used for representation only and is not the peacock in question — copyright www.santabanta.com)

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