Unexpected Christmas present for March police officers from seven-year-old Eleanor

PUBLISHED: 09:43 20 December 2019 | UPDATED: 09:43 20 December 2019

Officers at March police station were treated to an unexpected present when seven-year-old Eleanor surprised them with a box of mince pies and some chocolates. She is pictured with her mum Fiona and PC Ed Chadderton. Picture: POLICING FENLAND

Officers at March police station were treated to an unexpected present when seven-year-old Eleanor surprised them with a box of mince pies and some chocolates. She is pictured with her mum Fiona and PC Ed Chadderton. Picture: POLICING FENLAND

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Officers at March police station were treated to an unexpected present when a seven-year-old girl surprised them with some sweet treats.

Officers at March police station were treated to an unexpected present when seven-year-old Eleanor surprised them with a box of mince pies and some chocolates. Picture: POLICING FENLANDOfficers at March police station were treated to an unexpected present when seven-year-old Eleanor surprised them with a box of mince pies and some chocolates. Picture: POLICING FENLAND

Eleanor came to the station with a gift of some chocolates and mince pies to say thank you to the police for keeping her safe over Christmas.

Eleanor was rewarded for her kind gesture with a tour of the station and a look around the police car.

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Her mum, Fiona, said Eleanor loves the police and to go on a tour of the station was a fantastic early Christmas present.

PC Ed Chadderton, who surprised the girl, said: "This kind gesture came at a perfect time.

"We have dealt with some tough incidents this week and such a kind gesture makes it all worthwhile."

The post on the Facebook page Policing Fenland was simply signed off with "#12mincepiesofchristmas".


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