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  • Stables and grazing to rent in bristol
  • Land and stables to rent in the bristol area

 
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    08-26-2009, 06:00 PM
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land and stables

Is anyone out there live local to me that know of stables with grazing for rent I am close to bath and bristol / would take anything within 10 - 15 miles of bath and bristol I am looking for 2-3 acres of grazing to rent as a whole with stables or a barn would like a school or schooling area and parking and access for a 7.5 ton lorrry . I have been looking for ages but not had much luck . I have advertised everywhere possible and driven around for miles knocking on farm doors and gates etc and thought that maybe someone on here could help me find somewhere or put the word around as well as my own horses I take in rescued shetlands and I am worried that I will not have anywhere for them to go this winter if I do not find somewhere ... I don't mind if somewhere needs work and would prefer long term let ... please please if anyone can help e mail me on mpritchard596@o2.co.uk thanks peeps !!!
     

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