Thanks to the wonderful girls who handed in my bag

09:37 06 December 2012

MANY thanks to the persons who took my handbag in to customer services at Tesco, Abbots Ripton, on Thursday, November 22.

I had left it hanging on the trolley when I retrieved my pound. I was so grateful and relieved when customer services gave it to me and said two young girls had handed it in.

What a wonderful thing in this day and age that there are many honest people in our country.

My thanks once again, to whomever you are.

DI POLLEY

Huntingdon

0 comments

More news stories

Pictured are (from left) Ian Weller, Kath Harry, Alison Edwards, Trish Rowland and Heidi Constable.

More volunteers are needed to help people settle in at home after leaving hospital.

St Annes Primary School, Godmanchester, TV Club pupils filming interview with Head Teacher Adrian, Shepherd,

Pupils at St Anne’s School, Godmanchester put their headmaster on the spot - by asking him personal questions for a television show.

08:00
Pupils, from left, Alfie, Mya, Lucy and Hayden at Holywell School learnt all about being tree surgeons, with arboriculturalists at Huntingdonshire District Council Adrian Sargeant (left) and George Allen.

Children from Holywell C of E Primary School got a taste of being a tree surgeon on Wednesday.

Yesterday, 16:00
St Neots Passion Play

An outdoor performance depicting the last week in the life of Jesus Christ will take place in St Neots on Easter Sunday (April 5).

”Calendar"/

Most read stories

Most commented stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Hunts Post e-edition today E-edition