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Bedlington on Channel 5 - Britain by Bike with Larry & George Lamb.

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Images of Bedlington + dogs, off the TV, posted on Facebook by Simon Williams last night and I think the show is repeated at 03:30 tomorrow morning but that is just a guess. If I'm right the show is :- Britain by Bike with Larry & George Lamb.

Judging by the images I think this is the attempt to break the Guinness World Record  - March 23rd 2018 - by the Bedlington Terrier group/club  - most number of Bedlington Terriers in a park or on a beach?

 

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Gud ti see Bedltn gettn an airing on the telly!![and gud ti see the little Bedltn's also!!]

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