Sandy’s good deed helps shop­pers

Argyllshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

Lochgilp­head man Sandy MacKel­lar did his good deed for the day when he spot­ted a miss­ing shopping trol­ley and re­turned it to a Lochgilp­head su­per­mar­ket.

Noth­ing re­mark­able about that, you might think, but this was a spe­cial wheel­chair adapted shopping trol­ley and Sandy him­self is a wheel­chair user.

A friend of Sandy’s said: ‘It had been miss­ing for at least two months and caus­ing dif­fi­cul­ties for peo­ple who re­quired it. Shopping could only be done us­ing a bas­ket or by ask­ing a mem­ber of staff to push a trol­ley for them, lim­it­ing their independence.

‘On a wan­der round town one day, Sandy spied the trol­ley at the back of flats in Lochgilp­head, duly at­tached the trol­ley to his wheel­chair and pushed it back to the Co-op.’

Sandy re­turns the trol­ley to the Co-op.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.