find brooch accidentally
donated to Burnham-On-Sea charity shop
Burnham-On-Sea woman is appealing for help in locating a missing
brooch that has huge sentimental value to her family after it was
accidentally donated to a charity in the town.
brooch belonged to her 80-year-old grandma and it has been accidentally
donated to the RSPCA charity shop.
brooch is not worth much but it was one of the last presents that
her grandfather gave to her grandma before he died.
Kilduff said: "My mum and auntie were helping to get some of
my grandma's bits to charity shops locally as she has been in hospital
for more than eight weeks and it is looking likely she has to move
into a home."
dragonfly brooch was accidentally left on a coat that was given
to the RSPCA in town. We have been in to the shop and they think
it must have been sold."
is no value to the brooch at all, apart from the sentimental kind,
as it was a gift to my grandma from my grandad just before he passed
grandma is understandably upset and the family are now trying to
locate the dragonfly brooch."
brooch may even still be on the coat which is described as being
grey and bum length."
someone has bought it, we wouldn't mind buying it back. If anyone
has any idea of its whereabouts, please let me know. It's really
important to our family."
who has the brooch should contact Burnham-On-Sea.com at email@example.com