Boat keys lost (and now found)

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I've lost a set of boat keys, dropped them somewhere around the Bridge Inn car park at around 12.30pm today.

Green tag marked "284"  with 2 keys and a mortice key. Checked with Bridge around 1.30pm and they'd not had them handed in.

If found, please contact me via 07885 433977 or 01270 812453. Nessa is going to attach a cannon ball to the key-ring from now on!

Update Saturday am: Thanks, appeal worked. They were handed into the Mill. 

 

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