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Christine Hawes has sent the following message from Australia. It can also be found on the Guestbook (click on 'Guestbook' on top horizontal bar):-

"Hi from New South Wales, Australia. We lived on Coxbank for 22 years and loved every minute of it. We moved out to Australia last month. Just wanted to say hi to all who knew us and to let you know we have come very close to an Aussie Coxbank with trees all around and a wonderful dawn chorus!!! Much noisier than Cheshire!! Good luck with the forthcoming events and hope you have a prosperous future. Regards from Chris and Eddie Hawes".

 

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