Wife’s joy after tip workers sift through hundreds of bin bags to find her £3,000 engagement ring

Wife’s joy after tip workers sift through hundreds of bin bags to find her £3,000 engagement ring

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TWO heroic tip workers sifted through hundreds of bin bags to find a £3,000 ring.

Jo Carter, 36, accidentally chucked her engagement band out on Sunday.

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Jo Carter was left devastated when she realised she’d accidentally thrown her £3,000 engagement ring in the rubbish[/caption]

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Luckily for Jo, rubbish tip workers Rhys and Darren – pictured larking around with it) – helped sift through hundreds of bin bags to find the ring[/caption]

She rarely wore it after losing 10st and kept it on a candle.

Hubby Craig, 38, went to the local dump the next day — faced with a mountain of trash.

Two workers, Rhys and Darren, then helped rummage through it for 45 minutes before Craig ­recognised one bag’s contents — and found the ring inside.

Jo, of Caldicot, Monmouthshire, hailed Rhys and Darren as “two amazing human beings” and bought them a crate of Stella and some vouchers as a thank-you.


She added: “Their kindness and good hearts had me in tears.”

Councillor Jane Pratt said: “I am exceptionally proud of our staff at our Five Lanes Household Waste and Recycling Centre for helping bring a happy ending to this story.

“This is an excellent example of our staff going above and beyond to help our community. Well done!”

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The trio spent 45 minutes searching for the ring before Craig ­recognised one bag’s contents[/caption]

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Jo rarely wore the ring after losing 10st and she kept it on a candle[/caption]

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Jo bought Rhys and Darren a crate of Stella and some vouchers as a thank-you[/caption]


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