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PUBLISHED: 16:47 06 May 2009 | UPDATED: 11:50 12 August 2010

RIBBON CUTTING: Bromley Mayor Denise Reddin with Debbie Taylor and Hoppity the rabbit.

RIBBON CUTTING: Bromley Mayor Denise Reddin with Debbie Taylor and Hoppity the rabbit.

THE Mayor cut the ribbon at a new farmyard pet memorial and picnic garden. Councillor Denise Reddin officially opened the new area at Foal Farm in Jail Lane, Biggin Hill, last Sunday

THE Mayor cut the ribbon at a new farmyard pet memorial and picnic garden.

Councillor Denise Reddin officially opened the new area at Foal Farm in Jail Lane, Biggin Hill, last Sunday.

The park has 10 new rabbit hutches as well as an exercise and social area. The memorial garden has the farm's flagship Ark with a memorial garden and quiet picnic area.

Those who have lost a pet can purchase a plaque to display in the garden. The mayor spent time meeting staff at the new bunny park that will house rabbits waiting for new homes.


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