Plea for re­turn of cush­ions

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your Views -

Would the per­son who found my two zipped-to­gether grey cush­ion­sto­day( Satur­dayJuly 30th2016) please takethemto Mor­ri­son’s ‘Cus­tomer Ser­vices’ and ex­plain that you didn’t know what to do with them when you found them. They will be ex­pect­ing you.

I have four frac­tured ver­te­bra in my spine due to os­teo­poro­sis and need them des­per­ately when I sit any­where.

I’ve been­my­hus­band’scarer for 12-years, los­ing most of his sight six years ago.

He needed to use the toi­let in Mor­ri­son’s so badly that I thought of noth­ing else ex­cept tak­ing my shop­ping trol­ley and­tak­inghim­to­thetoi­let area, for­get­ting that my cush­ions were on top of the other trol­leys as I re­leased mine.

I thank you from the bot­tom of my heart if you found them and can re­turn them asap. Joan Pen­man Pas­ton Peter­bor­ough whole year.

Although the fig­ures of­fer sparsede­tail, pigsand‘broiler’ chick­ens ap­pear to be among the least in­spected species, de­spite them be­ing the most in­ten­sively farmed.

Please en­sure that your food choices are not sup­port­ing this suf­fer­ing. You can or­der a free Go Ve­gan pack by vis­it­ing www.an­i­malaid.org. uk/go/ve­g­an­pack or phon­ing 01732 364 546. Iso­bel Hutchin­son An­i­mal Aid

Kent

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