Grateful thanks

PUBLISHED: 12:25 08 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 May 2010

SIR — Just a short letter of thanks for all the people shopping in Sainsbury s who very kindly picked me up and settled me after a bad fall on the slippery floor. They included the men from the old de Havilland who remembered me and fetched my husband for

SIR - Just a short letter of thanks for all the people shopping in Sainsbury's who very kindly picked me up and settled me after a bad fall on the slippery floor.

They included the men from the old de Havilland who remembered me and fetched my husband for me, and the good staff of Sainsbury's Gavin and John and one other whose name I have completely forgotten, and the pharmacist who all came to my aid a fortnight ago on Friday morning at 11.30am.

I'm now fully recovered thank goodness.

ELIZABETH GODING

Langley Road, Sandridge

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