Sutton couple want to track down generous youngster who paid for their meal after hospital appointment

A couple from Stanton Hill want to track down an unknown youngster who paid for their meal.

June and David Jackson, from Stanton Hill, had lunch at Kings Mill Farm, Dining and Carvery on Kings Mill Rd East on October 8 after an appointment at King's Mill hospital.

June and David Jackson, from Stanton Hill, had lunch atKings Mill Farm, Dining andCarvery onKings Mill Rd East on October 8 after an appointment at King's Mill hospital.

June and David Jackson, from Stanton Hill, had lunch atKings Mill Farm, Dining andCarvery onKings Mill Rd East on October 8 after an appointment at King's Mill hospital.

The couple, aged 82 and 83, had just finished their meal when a young boy, aged around five years old, approached them to pay for their meal.

Mrs Jackson said: "A little boy just came up to me with a ten pound note to give to us to pay for our lunch.

"His mum was sitting nearby, and they left before we could thank them.

"We still have the money, and would like to track down the little boy so he can buy himself something nice."

The couple were left stunned by the youngster and his mum's generosity.

Mrs Jackson added: "I couldn't believe it, you hear so many bad things about young people today, it was a really lovely gesture.

"I couldn't get out of my seat quick enough to say thank you.

"It stunned us, i'll never forget it."

Mrs Jackson described the boy as being around five years old, having brown hair, and wearing a school uniform blazer.

She could not see which school he was from, and would like to track him down to thank him and his mum.