A handwritten note has been left on an ambulance windscreen -- praising paramedics and encouraging them to block residents driveways if necessary.
The note was signed off with a kiss and a love heart - and said how "you, along with the other emergency services are our unsung heroes".
An unknown resident wrote the message on a scrap of paper and left on it on a North West ambulance in Morecambe Bay.
It comes after a 26-year-old woman was fined £285 for leaving an abusive note on an ambulance parked outside her home in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.
But now, in the north-west, a more upbeat handwritten message has been left on the windscreen of paramedic Vinny Romano.
He tweeted: "Thanks to the member of the public for leaving this on one of our @NWAmbulance vehicles.
"I'm sure this is a more accurate representation of what the public really think."
The message was addressed to 'the paramedics/crew driving this ambulance' and left by somebody in the Morecambe Bay area.
The note, signed off with a kiss and a love heart, has been shared almost 200 times on Twitter.