Thanks to Pete the guy who stopped to tow me out of the snow this morning. I was desperate to get to hospital. Pete, you got me there, for that I'm eternally grateful. Stay safe man, I know you'll still be towing people out to safety now.
- Mick Lenzo
Message To: Doctors, nurses, ambulance staff.....
It's been very humbling to read stories of dedicated NHS staff walking miles through the snow to get to their places of work. We the general public appreciate you all more than you can ever know. A massive thank you from me and thousands of other people across this snow-bound land!
- Jessica Harle
Message To: Man on the train, Gary / Guy
Place: London to Brighton
Somehow we started to do small talk, then it was clear that you were listening to me and I felt I could open up to a stranger the way I couldn't to a friend. You showed understanding and humanity when it seemed the rest of the world didn't care. That conversation helped me to think about things I hadn't been able to put into words until then. Thank you for listening to me and giving me your time. It helped immensely and I've made changes to my life and am beginning to feel much happier.
Message To: Mick - tractor driver
Place: A snowy road near Alston
What a hero, thanks to Mick we didn't have to spend all night stuck in a ditch in the snow. Thanks Mick for coming along and towing our car out of the ditch and back onto the road. The snow was so deep we'd have probably frozen to death trying to dig ourselves out or walking for help. You were great - thank you so much for coming along just at that moment and stopping to help us.