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Kind firm steps in to help museum after bowl stolen

Anna Watson of Welland Valley Feeds hands over one of the two bowls gifted from the business to Mike Cooper of Foxton Locks Museum NNL-140404-100605001

Anna Watson of Welland Valley Feeds hands over one of the two bowls gifted from the business to Mike Cooper of Foxton Locks Museum NNL-140404-100605001

Kind businesses have come forward to ensure dogs can drink in safety at Foxton Locks again after reading a report in last week’s Mail about a thoughtless thief who stole a bowl from Foxton Canal Museum.

The 15-year-old bowl, made by Mason and Cash, was stolen from outside the museum where it was used as a deterrent to stop dogs drinking from the canal.

Dogs were reduced to drinking from an ice cream tub until last Thursday morning when Harborough firm Welland Valley Feeds came to the rescue with two new bowls.

Alistair Chapman from the Langton Brewery also gave a dog bowl, with a note saying: “From the dog lovers of Langton Brewery”.

 
 
 

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