15 Things That Prove Good Things CAN Happen In London

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Sometimes we can find ourselves with a little loss of faith in humankind, and sometimes we just need a small reminder that good things can happen and great people do exist. London may grind our gears a lot of the time, but it can also warm our hearts…

 

1. This story that made our hearts melt…


 

2. This park displaying plaques with stories of everyday heroes who lost their lives while saving others…

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[Postman’s Park]

 

3. This post-Brexit letter to an Italian couple sent from their neighbour, telling them they are “so welcome” in London…

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[Huffington Post]

 

4. These traffic lights in Trafalgar Square…

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[Nico Kaiser]

 

5. This woman who left her violin on the bus but was reunited with it just in time to perform in the Proms…


 

6. This brave man who jumped on the tube tracks to save another man’s life…

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[British Transport Police]

 

7. These lovely book fairies who have sent us all on an underground book hunt…

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[Secret London]

 

8. That time hundreds of people came together to clean up the streets after the riots…

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[Eideard]

 

9. When thousands of people gathered in Soho to stand in solidarity with the LGBT victims of the Orlando shootings.

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[David Hudson, Youtube]

 

10. The successful campaign to replace all the adverts at Clapham station with pictures of cats…

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[HUH]

 

11. This stranger’s note telling a woman to “get the cheeky #@£$%s” who scraped her car…

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[Oddee]

 

12. This giant throwback to our childhood…

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[International Pillow Fight Day at Trafalgar Square]

 

13. Tfl *hopefully* saving the day…

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[Buzzfeed]

 

14. This lovely man who left a note, a £10 taxi fare and a coffee for a woman who suffered an epileptic fit on a train to London Victoria.

 

15. And lastly, this helpful stranger.


 

Featured image credit: MET LGBT Network

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