A MAN who was left 'shaken' and in need of hospital treatment after a fall in Oxford has appealed to track down the good samaritans who helped him.

Peter Rogers, aged in his 60s, fell and hit his head outside the Dewdrop Inn, off Banbury Road in Summertown, on August 9.

It happened while he was on holiday in Oxford, from Mynydd Isa in North Wales, with his wife.

Mr Roger's daughter in law Karen Thompson said: "My father in law had really bad cuts and bruises to his face, arms, hands and legs from the fall as he hit his head on the bench which was bolted to the floor outside the Dewdrop Inn.

"Luckily he received no broken bones but was very shaken and in a lot of pain from the fall."

Mr Rogers is now recovering from the fall back home and is hoped to be 'back on his feet soon'.

Ms Thompson added: "We would love to get in contact with them so we can thank them for their care and attention during a very distressing time, they stayed with my in laws whilst and during the ambulance crew sorted my father in law and took him to hospital."

The pair remember being helped by a staff member from Boots and a retired firefighter.

She added: "Hopefully we can find these people who have a heart of gold."

If you were one of the people who helped Mr Rogers please do get in touch with naomi.herring@oxfordmail.co.uk