Earlier on today, we received a message via our Facebook page from a serving Emergency Care Assistant who asked us to share a message of thanks and gratitude to the kind member of the public who bought her lunch whilst she was on a break.
It would be great if the gentleman concerned was able to read this message, so please share with as many people as you can!
Kind and thoughtful people such as the individual who made this very kind gesture deserve to be acknowledged and recognised for their acts of kindness:
“Hi, I work for the ambulance service and some lovely man brought me lunch the other day!
“I was wondering if there was anyway I could say thank you via your page in the hope he will see it?
“The lovely gentleman brought me lunch at Esso, Watling street in Gillingham, Kent.
“Unfortunately I didn’t get your name as I was totally taken back by your kind gesture.
“My name is Cathy and I work for the Ambulance Service.
“I think it was at roughly 11am on Saturday 13th October.
“Your lovely gesture was so unbelievably appreciated and I just want to say a massive thank you.
“From Cathy Ambulance Service”.
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