Make your voice herd and sign the petition backed by getwestlondon to bring back the cows which are an historic landmark in Hanworth.

There has been a stampede of people signing the online petition, sending a clear cut and strong message to Dairy Crest management to replace or restore the landmark statues.

Since this morning there has been nearly a 3,000 per cent increase in the number of signatures which currently stand at 900 - changing by the minute - compared to 30-odd yesterday.

Dairy Crest milk floats ready for deliveries at Hanworth Depot
 

Overnight herds of people from across the world showed their support with signatures climbing to 3,941.

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Father-of-four Joachim Jellinek, 43, of Park Road, East Twickenham, launched the online campaign on Tuesday (8), after his two-year-old son Cosmo pointed out the mysterious absence of the cows last weekend.

Mr Jellinek said Dairy Crest are the market leader in this industry they must have billions of pounds ad they are worried about the cost of cows.

He added: "I am very pleased getwestlondon is supporting the campaign and helping it which should increase the chances of a successful outcome.

"I cannot see how they can ignore such as strong feeling from the locals.

"If they did ignore it then we would have to see what to do next.

"But there is only one way this can end.

"I am looking forward to the cows returning."

Dairy Crest would be wise not make a decision on the hoof as support shoots through the roof for the bring back the cows campaign.

People will not rest until the cows come home!

Sign the petition at http://chn.ge/1r5X2qw