Mystery ticket buyer proves kindness is alive and well in one Derbyshire village

Forget all the doom and gloom in the world '“ kindness is alive and well in one Derbyshire village.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 28th January 2016, 4:50 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th January 2016, 4:54 pm

Neil Ferguson-Lee was trying to buy a ticket for his car at Cromford railway station on Monday morning when he had what he described as a ‘complete meltdown’.

Neil said: “I could not get it to work with my credit card and a queue was forming behind me.

“In the end – and in a state of complete and utter funk – I had to abandon my car, unticketed, to catch the train as it was actually rolling into the platform.

“Upon my return, a ticket and note had been placed under my windscreen wiper.”

The note read: “Sorry, hope you don’t mind. I saw you struggle to try and pay this morning and didn’t want you to be fined.”

Neil added: “I owe a kind person my sincere gratitude.

“It was a kind and lovely gesture.”

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