Woman claims teapot cash

PUBLISHED: 17:14 19 October 2006 | UPDATED: 11:03 06 May 2010

A WOMAN has been reunited with her cash after The Comet reported charity workers had found £300 stuffed inside a teapot when they were sorting through new donations. Staff at the Sue Ryder charity shop in Whitehorse Street, Baldock, were surprised to find

A WOMAN has been reunited with her cash after The Comet reported charity workers had found £300 stuffed inside a teapot when they were sorting through new donations.

Staff at the Sue Ryder charity shop in Whitehorse Street, Baldock, were surprised to find the wad of cash when they opened the teapot and were keen to reunite it with its rightful owner.

The owner, who did not want to be named, was thrilled when a work colleague called her after reading the article in The Comet asking the owner to come forward.

She said: "I was moving away and I was clearing things out so I took some items to the charity shop.

"I had forgotten I had put the money in the teapot to save up for something.


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