A family has been reunited with their missing dogs - thanks to Gloucestershire actress Liz Hurley, who joined their Twitter campaign to find them. Francesca Carpenter explains.
A family has been reunited with their missing dogs - thanks to actress Liz Hurley, who joined their Twitter campaign to find them. The Goodwins from Cornwall feared their beloved cocker spaniels had been taken by dog-nappers. Francesca Carpenter reports.
A family from Cornwall have been reunited with their missing dogs - thanks to Liz Hurley. The actress backed the Goodwins Twitter campaign when their cocker spaniels went missing a week ago.
The family feared they had been taken from the farm by dog-nappers but thanks to Liz Hurley retweeting their appeal the puppies were recognised by the side of a road.
Liz Hurley could be moving from her Cotswold farm to an historic £6 million Georgian mansion 30 miles away on the edge of the Forest of Dean. Rumours are rife that she and her partner Shane Warne have bought the magnificent Donnington Hall, on the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire border.
The mansion is set in 187 acres in the sleepy rural idyll of Brooms Green, nr Dymock, Glos. The house has 13 bedrooms which is more than spacious enough for Liz, son Damian, partner Shane and his 3 children Brooke, 14, Jackson, 12, and Summer, 10.
The Georgian manor, set in extensive formal parkland, has five bathrooms, extensive stables, tennis courts, a well stocked fishing lake and four cottages in the grounds.