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Wardrobe donated to charity shop after woman's death had amazing surprise insideCharity shop workers had a shock when they discovered a donated wardrobe contained a hidden treasure. T蓝月亮免二四六 资料 he Welcome charity shop in Lea Village, Birmingham, was handed the piece of bedroom furniture by the family of Joan Carter after her death at the a

ge of 87, according to The Birmingham Mail. But relatives must not have checked every item when they cleared out her home, because staff later discovered the wardrobe contained 1,000 cash in old 20 notes. And after the volunteers went to every effort to track down

the donors, the money has been returned to the family. David Taylor with charity workers Lee Quinney and Conner Kelly (Image: Birmingham Mail) It will allow Joans grieving daughter Cheryl to fly home from Australia to attend her mum’s funeral. It was David Taylor who emptied

his mother-in-law’s home in Enford Close, Shard End. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesBrave fish scales girl battling rare skin condition that leaves her in agony from WALKING Shop worker Lee Quinney said: “After taking the wardrobes to our warehouse, we discovered that in on

e of them was a small plastic money bag containing 1,000 in cash. “We didn’t have a number for the person who donated them, so we returned to the house with the money but it was empty. “So I scrolled through our phone records in an attempt to reunite the customer with the money. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesHeartbroken children open up about devastating loss of parents who died within days of each other After several wrong numbers, I managed to get the right person on the phone and gave him the good news. “He [David] was, as expected, totally unaware that the money was in the wardrobe and was delighted with the news.” Widow Joan, a former school

cook, died the day before the d

onation on May 26. Joan Carter, whose wardrobe was donated after her death, and her husband Bill (Image: Birmingham Mail) And the cash will be put to the best of uses before her funeral on June 17. Mr Taylor said: “Thi

s money has been a blessing, as it will help pay for Joan’s daughter Cheryl to fly home from Australia and attend her mum’s funeral. Cheryl Carter will now be able to fly home for her mums funeral

(Image: Birmingham Mail) “It would have been a major struggle for her if this money was not there, so I just cannot thank the charity shop enough for their honesty.” He added: “I checked that wardrobe thoroughly but did not see any cash in there. I think Bill, Joan’s late husband, must have put it there for safe keeping. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesMum releases heartbreaking video of daughter begging to die after mysterious bug bite left her in constant pain “The 20 notes were old notes and I was just in time to be able to get them changed at the bank. “The family has had a difficult time recently, so this has meant the world to us. “And I know Joan would have been over the moon. “There are still a lot of kind and honest people out there and I cannot praise the charity shop enough.”

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