At some point in our childhood, we have had a favorite toy or enjoyed the companionship of a stuffed animal. Our world would fall apart if we ever lost our coveted plaything.
Unfortunately, this is what happened when three-year-old Ollie lost his most prized possession, a lion teddy named Liley. However, this story has a happy ending. The lion was found and instead if being thrown into a box and mailed back, it was chronicled in a series of photographs, having a little adventure in a historic English mansion turned museum.
Staff at Hughenden Manor, a Victorian estate home fully open to the public, found the lost treasure and placed it in and around the beautiful house as if to show Liley having quite a fun time exploring the estate.
Along with the stuffed lion, little Ollie also received postcards, stickers and a photo diary to enjoy and one day, tell a very interesting story about his pal Liley.
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