WE would like to thank the very kind couple who, speaking to us in B&Q when we were looking to buy a lavender plant, offered one from their own garden.
Good as their word, they delievered this plant to our door, unfortunately when we were out, andŠ we don’t have their names/address or telephone number to thank them.
It would be great if they could see this and know that their kindness is appreciated.
Denis & Irene Pendlebury
WRVS would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all the volunteers who have given up their time throughout 2010 to help us support older people across Great Britain.
Especially those who battled through the snow to deliver hot meals, to ensure shops and cafes at busy hospitals were still able to open, and to help out at emergency rest centres set up for stranded motorists.
Our 45,000 volunteers make it possible for us to provide vital services such as meals at home, transport schemes, Good Neighbours projects and community centres – helping to make Britain a great place to grow old all year round.
Thank you and Happy New Year to all your readers!
WRVS Service Delivery Manager, Manchester, Wirral and Cheshire
We were hoping you could help our family.
We lost our black Panasonic digital camera in West Kirby on Boxing Day.
The camera has huge sentimental value as it contains many memories of our one year old son George.
If anyone found the camera would they please call the following number – 0151 6255248.
A reward will be given on return.