Plea after angel stolen from GP's Christmas tree in East Lothian

A GP surgery in East Lothian has put out a public plea after an angel was stolen from the practice’s Christmas tree.

Sunday, 8th December 2019, 3:11 pm
Updated Sunday, 8th December 2019, 3:18 pm
Staff at the Harbours Practice Group in Cockenzie were disappointed to find the central piece of their festive display had been nicked.

Staff at the Harbours Practice Group in Cockenzie were disappointed to find the central piece of their festive display had been nicked.

Posting to their Facebook page, the centre appealed: “Be an angel and return our angel. Hopefully the powers of Facebook works and our angel is returned from her travels soon”

After dozens of shares and supportive comments, they added: “Thank you for all the shares hopefully our angel finds her way back to our tree soon, if not I hope she has a lovely new home and makes a little human smile.”

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

Locals showed their outrage on social media. Kim O’Neill wrote: “Some people are unbelievable we have great staff at the surgery who work really hard and yet still manage to put a smile on our faces when we see a lovely Xmas tree.”

Patsy Kinsey added: “Some people are absolutely disgusting.”

Read More

Read More
Edinburgh couple wait four months for £600 refund after collapse of holiday firm...