Susan looking to thank stranger after being reunited with certificate

June 08 2015

NURSE manager Susan Peyton is hoping to track down the kind stranger who reunited her with a certificate lost in Fishponds on the night of her graduation ceremony.

Susan looking to thank stranger after being reunited with certificate

NURSE manager Susan Peyton is hoping to track down the kind stranger who reunited her with a certificate lost in Fishponds on the night of her graduation ceremony.
Susan lost the precious document, which marked the completion of a year of Masters-level study with the Open University, when she left it in a taxi on March 12.
She said: “I realised I had left the certificate in the taxi as soon as I walked into the house but unfortunately it had left and it was a council hire, so I was unable to contact the company. My friends checked with the taxi stand whenever they were near to see if the certificate had been found.
“I felt upset and disappointed as I was looking forward to reading  and appreciating the award fully.”
Two months passed and Susan was planning to contact the Open University to get a replacement certificate at a cost of £40 when an envelope arrived in the post - and inside was the original document.
The envelope included a note that simply said: “Found this in Small Lane,Fishponds, on roadside - thought you might need it.”
Susan, who works in Keynsham for Sirona Care and Health, said:  “I would like to thank the person who found the certificate - although it may have seemed small, it meant a lot to me” Were you the person who found Susan’s certificate? If so please contact wendy.best@sirona-cic.org.uk