Strangers amazing act of kindness at cancer hospital stuns staff

first_imgAn anonymous note left on a vending machine at a cancer hospital offering free treats to patients and staff has gone viral.The note was found on the machine at The Christie hospital in Manchester, revealing the snacks had already been paid for. Lauren Hunstone, health care assistant at The Christie, who was one of the first to discover the contents of the vending machine, said “it left everyone buzzing”. “The bottom of the vending machine was absolutely full of chocolate, crisps, cereal bars and snacks. It really perked up everyone’s day to realise that someone had randomly done something so lovely and kind out of the goodness of their heart and not wanting to take any thanks.“It made all the nurses on our ward feel so happy and we were all beaming for the rest of the day. To whoever did this amazing random act of kindness, I’d like to say a huge thank you.”Meanwhile, last year a mother left this unexpected note for thieves who broke into her car.And this pub wrote the perfect sign to noisy regulars about waking the neighbours. vending machine note  Lauren Hunstone, health care assistant at The ChristieCredit:Provided  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img The note in full Credit:Provided  “Please find a variety of snacks in the bottom of this machine that have been paid for,” it said. “I simply wanted to perform some random act of kindness to try and brighten up someone’s day.“Hopefully there will be something in there for you to enjoy.“Finally, if you can, try and spread the kindness.” Lauren Hunstonelast_img

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