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Le­cia Fin­layson-Browne

Last Fri­day at 9am my daugh­ter be­came un­well while at Stock­land. While I had gone to buy a towel and cloth­ing for her to change in to, two lovely clean­ing ladies and fe­male se­cu­rity sat with her un­til I re­turned. They even came back later to en­quire how she was feel­ing. Thank you. Your as­sis­tance was greatly ap­pre­ci­ated.

Kristey Lee Pin­ney

Thumbs up to all emer­gency ser­vices and lo­cals out there re­spond­ing to all the chaos and mess in the com­mu­nity. Also a huge thumbs up to the sur­gi­cal teams at the base hos­pi­tal. I had to have surgery for the first time last week and due to a few is­sues my fam­ily and hus­band couldn’t be with me. I was scared and ev­ery sin­gle one of the sur­gi­cal team made me feel com­forted, safe and in good hands. I can’t re­mem­ber all your names but my anaes­thetist was Ryan, who was so kind and re­as­sur­ing, and an­other gen­tle­man held my hand when I couldn't hold the tears in any more. There was a beau­ti­ful lady hold­ing my other hand and some won­der­ful gentle­men who waited un­til I was asleep to try and put a new can­nula in. You’re all so thought­ful and kind and sup­port­ive. Thank you and keep up the won­der­ful job you’re all do­ing.

Lyn Wil­liamson

Thumbs up to the per­son who handed my dad’s scripts in to chemist at Stock­land af­ter he in­ad­ver­tently left them in shop­ping trol­ley. Thanks.

Janita Binns

Thumbs up to the peo­ple of Bundy and sur­rounds, Er­gon, emer­gency ser­vices, ev­ery­one who pulls to­gether ev­ery time we get hit.

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