Cambridge is among the top ten kindest cities in the country.
According to a new survey by hotel group Travelodge, more than 30% of people from the city show a random act of kindness everyday.
Some of them include helping the elderly carry their shopping or holding the door open.
The report also revealed that 29% of people in Cambridge say dishing out a random act of kindness to a stranger is "good karma".
Three quarters of adults in Cambridge also said it makes their day when a stranger shows them a random act of kindness and that it’s the "smallest gesture that means the most".
Here are the top ten acts of kindness people in Cambridge love to receive:
- Having the door opened for you
- Receiving a smile from a stranger
- Being allowed to jump the supermarket queue
- Having the lift held for you
- Receiving the right of way on the road
- Receiving a seat from a stranger on public transport
- Receiving a valid car parking ticket from a stranger in the car park
- Receiving a compliment
- Receiving a ‘Good Morning’ on the way into work
- Receiving help to carry luggage / or a pram up the stairs
The survey by Travelodge also found Norwich and Chelmsford to be two of the 'unkindest cities' in the country, with just over 20% of people showing a random act of kindness in both places everyday.
Here are the top 10 kindest cities in the UK: