A sweet gesture: Girl, 9, gives thank you notes and chocolates to police

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Eva Davies praised police officers in Lancashire for working extremely hard, adding in her handwritten note

A nine-year-old girl has been handing out chocolates and letters to police officers to say thank you for their hard work. 

Police in Chorley and Preston, both in Lancashire, posted pictures of the handwritten notes on Twitter.

 Football officer Paul Elliott, who was on duty during Chorley's match against Dagenham & Redbridge this weekend, was handed an envelope enclosing a letter written in purple felt tip pen.

Reflecting on the terror attack in london Bridge on Friday, PC Elliott wrote: "On duty today @chorleyfc v @Dag_RedFC whilst walking through town we were stopped by Eva and her Dad.

"After yesterdays incident in London this is another example of the good in people & a lovely gesture and feel very humbled. Thanks Eva & Dad."

Addressed to emergency service workers, her note said: "You do alot of amazing things and work very hard! All I can say is Thank You!" from, Eva davies (age 9). P.S. enjoy the sweets."

Her dad, Gary, replied to the tweet saying he and his daughter had gone around handing out the letters and treats over the weekend.

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