Mystery wedding proposal in shop window

The wedding proposal note left in the window of the British Heart Foundation shop.
The wedding proposal note left in the window of the British Heart Foundation shop.

A wedding proposal message has been left in the window of Midhurst charity shop.

The love heart note was found tacked in the British Heart Foundation window as part of an annual Valentine’s Day campaign.

Zoe Nunn at the British Heart Foundation shop in Midhurst, which has a wedding proposal left in the window.

Zoe Nunn at the British Heart Foundation shop in Midhurst, which has a wedding proposal left in the window.

Volunteer Zoe Nunn said she had no idea who the couple could be.

“It’s fairly simple, it just reads ‘Peter, please marry me, love you, Sam xx,” she said.

She said today was the 11th anniversary of the shop since it opened in North Street.

The charity is asking people to write a personal message on a note in exchange for a donation to support heart research.

This year, the foundation hopes to break a world record attempt by stringing the messages together into the longest chain of paper hearts, currently set at 8525.

Messages can be anything from a thank you or dedication in memory of someone to a message for a pet, but the mystery of the marriage proposal has yet to be solved.

Can you help us find the couple? Email midhurst@jpress.co.uk or share online.