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9.30am - 5.30pm Saturday


Wednesday 9.30am- 3.00pm


Suppliers of Watermill Feeds Own Value mixes/cubes, Top brand feed, hay, haylage, bedding. Delivery service available.


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● Hay, haylage & straw available all year round ● Secondhand tack ● Rug cleaning


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Sunday Sept 9th 2018


Stunning ride set entirely within this beautiful park


100 optional fences. First horse 0930 last at 1400


For more details and entry form visit:- www.cirencesterfunride.co.uk


Enquires to mikefreemanis@gmail.com or 07899 998339


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Veterinary physiotherapy aims to: • Reduce pain • Regain full joint range of movement • Restore and enhance strength • Regain full functionality • Improve Performance


Oxford Veterinary Physiotherapy uses a variety of treatment modalities including spinal manipulation, manual techniques and electrotherapies. For more information on how physiotherapy and manipulation can help your animal, please contact us. Mobile: 07834 278297 e-mail: freyja@oxvetphysio.co.uk Website: www.oxvetphysio.co.uk Facebook: www.facebook.com/oxvetphysio


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