Kindness still in the world

PUBLISHED: 12:07 16 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:40 06 May 2010

There are still plenty of honest people about who do not ask for thanks for the things that they do. I am an 84-year-old pensioner. Last Monday about 11pm I left the Four Emblems Club in Station Road, Letchworth, to get the taxi home. The next morning I f

There are still plenty of honest people about who do not ask for thanks for the things that they do.

I am an 84-year-old pensioner. Last Monday about 11pm I left the Four Emblems Club in Station Road, Letchworth, to get the taxi home.

The next morning I found out that I had lost my wallet, so I went to town to stop my bank account, etc. On my return, I found my wallet had been put in my letter box and the answerphone had a message from a lady saying she had returned my wallet and hoped that there was nothing missing. She left no name or phone number, so I cannot thank her and tell her nothing was missing, even the £50 note was still in it.

I would like to put something in the paper to give thanks to her and all the other kind people in this world.

MR S THOMPSON, Saffron Hill, Letchworth


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