Silent Sunday 8.9.13

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. There have been lots of Gromit photos recently but I really like this one. Maybe it’s the rainbows!!

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  2. I loved doing the elephant hunt when they were all around London many years ago. The Gromits look great fun too

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  3. Such a colourful Gromit. I wish this were closer so we could go see them!

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  4. I’d love to visit the place where all these gromits are kept, they all look fab! X

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  5. They are amazing aren’t they? We have enjoyed finding them so much it’s a shame they are going

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  6. Lovely colours, how many of these things are there?

    Thank you for linking up

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  7. I never get bored of these Gromits! This is a fab one 🙂

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  8. We caught a few of them this summer but not this one – looks like a good one!

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  9. Theres been some fantastic pictures of these gromits! I love this one, and what a fantastic idea to promote the films x

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  10. Thanks very much, everyone! This one is Collarful and I really liked him because he was so, um, colourful. He was in a peaceful garden (I can’t remember the name) close to The Galleries.
    It’s such a shame that Gromit Unleashed finishes today. We spend two very enjoyable days Gromit hunting.

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  11. So jealous of all you South West bloggers who’ve done the Grommit hunt – looks like such fun!

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  12. Aw fab, I was in Bristol recently and spotted one on the front of a canal barge. Need to make time to go round and hunt for the rest! 🙂

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  13. Thanks very much, everyone. You South East bloggers could have popped over, Suzanne! Us South West types are forever going over to your neck of the woods! 😉
    Unfortunately, it finished yesterday, Natalie! 🙁

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