#Kindness : Manchester May 2017

The people of Manchester reacted to the horrendous bombing with amazing acts of unstinting kindness and generosity. They shared their sofas. They gave first aid. They gave shelter. They gave food. Their taxi drivers gave free lifts home. They brought hot drinks to the emergency services working throughout the night. They did whatever they could to help.

"Manchester's community demonstrated the true spirit of our city in the face of such devastating tragedy". They responded in the best possible way with generosity, with kindness, that was, I think, humbling." Andy Burnham, Mayor of Manchester.

 
Paula Robinson was one of the many people who's instant response was kindness. Moments after the blast she gathered around 50 scared teenagers and took them to Manchester Piccadilly's Premier Inn to keep them safe. She used social media to alert their frantic parents. 

Paula Robinson was one of the many people who's instant response was kindness. Moments after the blast she gathered around 50 scared teenagers and took them to Manchester Piccadilly's Premier Inn to keep them safe. She used social media to alert their frantic parents.