Widow receives flower voucher from anonymous reader

AN anonymous Hunts Post reader, touched by a letter from a Huntingdon widow whose flowers were stolen from her late husband s grave, has sent a £20 voucher to replace them. Recently-bereaved Kelly Palmer, of Garner Court, wrote to the paper in January to

AN anonymous Hunts Post reader, touched by a letter from a Huntingdon widow whose flowers were stolen from her late husband's grave, has sent a £20 voucher to replace them.

Recently-bereaved Kelly Palmer, of Garner Court, wrote to the paper in January to say how distressed she had been that her Christmas floral tribute had been taken from the grave of her husband, who died last year, aged 45.

A note that accompanied the Flower Patch voucher said it was "a token gesture from one also suffering bereavement".

The donor added: "One day, the person responsible will regret their actions."


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Mrs Palmer said: "It is very nice to know that there are still some very kind and good people in this world, and I would like to say a very big thank you. I'm sorry I can't do so personally, because I don't know whom to thank.

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