May I through your letters page say a huge thank you to all the off-duty paramedics, Hawth staff, retired doctor, and fire brigade who came to my aid, when I collapsed at the Ray Mears evening at the Hawth on March 9, until the ambulance crew arrived.
Also when I was lifted into a wheelchair my husband picked up a pair of rimless glasses which I was laying on and in all the confusion of the evening, thinking they were mine, put them in his pocket.
They are now at the Hawth reception waiting for collection. Once again thank you to all concerned including the ambulance crew, and I am very sorry for the disruption to the evening.
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