Woman from Attleborough loses wedding ring in Norwich
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A woman from Sycamore Close in Attleborough is appealing to help after she lost her wedding ring in Norwich.
On Thursday, September 25, Margaret Smith noticed her wedding ring - a plain gold band with '77' inscribed on it - was missing when having a coffee at the Notcutts garden centre on Daniels Road, Norwich.
Mrs Smith believes she lost the ring either when she was at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital or at the Nottcutts garden centre, between 8am and 9am.
Mrs Smith and her husband Michael were married at Dunston church on August 13 1977. This is the first time Mrs Smith has lost her wedding ring in 37 years.
'I haven't even got an engagement ring. Instead of buying an engagement ring my husband bought a Citroen Dyane to visit me at Clacton college where I was doing teacher training,' said Mrs Smith.
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'I really would like it back. To lose it after 37 years, I would be so grateful to have it back.'
If you find the ring, please contact the Mercury by calling 01379 651153 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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