Published: 00:01, 05 May 2014
A heartbroken mum has thanked staff at a shop who have restored precious jewellery free of charge.
Lauren Murray, of Milstead Close, Sheerness, mislaid two necklaces in the town earlier this month.
One showed a foot and handprint of her son Dylan Murray, who passed away when he was two-days-old in May 2012, and the other was a gift from a friend with the words ‘Dylan Our Angel’ on.
The hand and footprint one is still missing but after a lengthy search in the area of Aldi, St George’s Avenue and Granville Road, she found the other necklace, but it was quite crushed and damaged.
She took it to Little Potters studio in Sittingbourne and they have restored the pendant and have also made her a new version of the other piece of jewellery – at no cost.
The 29-year-old picked the necklaces up last Tuesday and was delighted to discover they had also done her a framed print of Dylan’s hand and footprint as a surprise.
Miss Murray, who has three other children, asked people to keep an eye out for the other necklace as she would like to have the original back.
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