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Where are the Bears?

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Friday 6 July 2012 12.22am
I pass that model childrens' playground oppositethe Old Vic every morning on the bus every morning(or all day if I travel Abellio), and the delightful 3 Bears sculpture always brightens my day.

Well,first Mummy Bear dissapeared,now Daddys gone.

Are they being refurbed?
Working for the Olympics?
Or does the Old Vic need more wooden actors?

For the sake of Baby Bear,we need answers....
Friday 6 July 2012 1.13am
I thought Mummy Bear had run off, wasn't aware Daddy is gone, too.
Friday 6 July 2012 10.26am
Someone (also a bus passenger whose journeys were enlivened by the sculptures) contacted me about this a couple of months ago, so I asked Blackfriars Settlement.

The answer: "Sadly mummy bear fell over as it was rotten and was considered a health & safety risk and removed from the playground. No immediate funds available to replace."

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Friday 6 July 2012 3.13pm
Bet the sales of porridge have gone down in the area!
Friday 6 July 2012 5.45pm
Initially, I wondered whether this was an inquiry about the closure of The Fort ... ;)
Saturday 7 July 2012 7.44pm
There are still quite a few at SohoGyms in Borough !
Sunday 8 July 2012 12.39pm
McQueen wrote:
Initially, I wondered whether this was an inquiry about the closure of The Fort ... ;)

I thought it was a comment on the London housing market.

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