I gave up my seat on the tube this morning. It doesn’t sound like much, but for those of you who commute across London you know how precious sitting down on a packed carriage can be.
While it wasn’t a life changing gesture, hopefully it was one of those little things that made the bag-laden woman’s morning a bit more pleasant. It was really the least I could do on Random Acts of Kindness Day, which, for the record, is today.
It got me thinking about some of my favourite
When students at a London university got more than just a Coke from their campus vending machine.
When StreetGames volunteer, Rachael O’Brien, got a surprise visit from the FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour.
When truck driver Matt Smith fulfilled his childhood dream and became the first member of public to drive the iconic
5. A Local Hero
The credit for this random act of kindness actually belongs to Neils Kegg, a volunteer in Newcastle, who used ParkLives from
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