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10 amazing acts of kindness by Mancunians during the coronavirus crisis

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"and Greater Manchester's greatness, is keeping it great" - Tony Walsh

Manchester is ace.

These last few weeks have shown that to be true more than ever before, so we wanted to give all you glorious Mancunians a big, well-deserved pat on the back.

Earlier on this week, we asked you to share with us what amazing acts of kindness you have seen across the borough amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and you sure delivered.

Please share your stories below, detailing any acts of kindness you have experienced over the last few days/weeks. ??❤️

Posted by The Manc on Wednesday, March 18, 2020

These are 10 of the most heartwarming tales of good will that we think everyone needs to hear right now.

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1. Considerate landlords

It's great to see so many landlords reaching out to offer their tenants reassurance over this last week.

2. Looking out for others

It's an anxious time for expectant mothers at the moment, but one lady is here to lend a hand.

3. School going the extra mile

With schools across the UK set to close indefinitely tomorrow, one Greater Manchester school is going the extra mile for those who need it most.

4. Team work

Isn't it amazing what can be achieved when a community comes together?

5. Good deeds

It's still business as usual in the world of community good deeds.

6. Understanding businesses

Businesses across the borough are really banding together and showing compassion amid unforeseen circumstances.

7. The show must go on

One ingenious way to help out the those in the creative and performing arts sectors in our city.

8. Charity heroes

This deserves a massive round of applause.

9. Good neighbours

Some things are more important than money.

10. GREATer Manchester

How could we not include this?

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Keep going Greater Manchester. Keep being great. Keep the community spirit alive. You're all mint. #We'reInThisTogether

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