Glasgow Airport has launched a campaign to connect child owners with the lost teddies that have been misplaced in and around the airport. The lost property office at the Scottish airport is overrun with soft toys, 21 of which have been added in the last 3 months alone.
The airport’s social media (@GLA_Airport) have been busy advertising the toys which have been left in their possession in an attempt for the rightful owners to return to the Luggage Point base to collect them.
Staff from the airport added that they know young children can be left “distraught” through losing their precious stuffed toys which can negatively affect a family holiday.
Glasgow Airport have aptly responded to this by launching d the distribution of “take care of my bear” tags, available at check-in desks for children to properly identify their toys and hopefully minimise the risk of losing their beloved companions .
A spokesman for Glasgow Airport said: “We hope that somebody will recognise their furry friend and collect them.
“We’re just softies really, and we’re doing everything we can to make sure more bears don’t get mislaid which is why we’re introducing our new teddy bear tags.
“We can’t bear for any more teddies to go missing and we understand how traumatic it can be for any child and their parents.”
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