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Wellfield Teddy Bear Hospital©

 

Please take the time to read the recommendations below for sending your bear, doll or toy.

*Pleaase ring or email for posting details. We can be contacted by email on wellfieldbears@gmail.com

You can also leave a message on 07722 044 888 and we will return your call as soon as possible.

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*We strongly recommend that you send your parcel via Royal Mail Special Delivery or by Recorded delivery.

*Please include all your contact details including daytime phone number, return address and an email address (work and home if you use both). Please put the same surname, house number and post code on the outside of your parcel to enable us to identify it easily and quickly.

*When your parel arrives it will be logged onto our waiting list. Please let us know if you have a special reason for a speedy return.

*An estimate for the work to be carried out will be given to you prior to our commencement of the repairs. Should a situation arise because of something we were not aware of at the time of estimation or we have agreed further work with you during the restoration process, the estimate may be subject to change.

*An invoice will be sent to you upon nearing completion of the restoration. Payment may be made by cheque payable to M Waters, online bank transfer or Paypal by prior agreement. Unfortunately we cannot send bears home until invoices have been settled.

*We will return your parcel by Royal Mail Special Delivery unless you notify us otherwise. This gives us and you a tracking number, insurance and peace of mind! We will never just put your parcel in the post!

Thank you

 

'Thanks again for the restoration, to see big bear and hear him again made my Mam very happy and there was a little tear also, and she thanks you too.'

"He looks amazing and I am so grateful to you.  I knew he would be repaired and improved, but did not anticipate such an impressive restoration to what he must have looked like when younger!  I am also very impressed by your knowledge of details, such as the number of claws and his nose - the latter is particularly impressive.  He is indeed from the 1930s, having been given to my mother when she was born in 1935.  All my life he has looked a sad bear and now he looks happy and dignified.  He will be treated with even more reverence when he gets home."

"Many thanks, Ted looks amazing!"

"My Grandaughters are thrilled to see their Grandma's dolly back intact"

"My 40 yr old son is delighted!"

"You have done marvels with Spencer....he looks in the peak of condition."

"Looking forward to seeing the old bear soon"

 

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