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Mystery xmas card sent for 57 years

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Stamford Hospital's 57-year Christmas card mystery

A "grateful" former patient has sent hospital staff an anonymous Christmas card every year since 1960.

Stamford Hospital in Lincolnshire said the card appeared "every year without fail" on the matron's desk, with the same message of thanks.

It is addressed to nursing staff at the now disused Exeter Ward and has a postal mark for the South East Anglia Mail Centre in Chelmsford, Essex.

Hospital matron Sue Brooks said it had been a "great mystery" for 57 years.

"It would be great to find who is still so grateful after all these years," she said.






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I think if the person wanted to be found out, they'd allow it. But nonetheless, it's a sweet gesture..

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