Found it! Lucy tracks down vital papers at Somerset Waste Partnership after hubby accidentally throws them out (From This is The West Country)
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Found it! Lucy tracks down vital papers at Somerset Waste Partnership after hubby accidentally throws them out
3:10pm Monday 14th October 2013 in News
WHAT would YOU do if you accidentally threw away vital financial paperwork?
Many of us might curse our luck and try to replace it, but not aptly named film-maker Lucy Binns.
After her husband, Stewart, accidentally put a pile of important papers out for recycling, Lucy got in touch with the Somerset Waste Partnership to ask if she could have a rummage through their depot at Walford Cross, near Taunton, to find them.
After 90 minutes’ searching, Lucy, of Chard, came up trumps and tracked down the paperwork.
She then wrote a thankyou letter to Kier MG operations manager Karen Green, who had agreed to let her look for the documents at the depot.
It read: “I just wanted to say a big thankyou to everyone who was so helpful to us when we went on our quest for the documents my husband mistakenly put in the recycling bin.
“You were all brilliant – we’ve been singing your praises to everyone since.
“It was hugely appreciated, and fascinating to see where all our recycling goes.”
Somerset Waste Partnership managing director Steve Read said: “Our collection crews from Kier MG and recycling site staff from Viridor always try to be helpful.
“It’s great to hear that on this occasion they were also able to make a difference for Lucy when she needed help.”
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