Beds, lifts and blood: Manchester's acts of kindness after attack

Woman with bunch of flowers

People have been sharing their homes, giving free lifts and queuing up to give blood following the Manchester attack.

At least 22 people are dead and 59 hurt after an explosion at the end of an Ariana Grande concert at the city's arena.

#RoomForManchester trended as people offered somewhere to stay to those who couldn't get home overnight.

And many taxi drivers, like AJ, drove into the city to help people get home.

Today there are queues of people waiting to give blood.

The NHS says it has enough blood for patients at the moment - but people are being encouraged to register.

Doors are open for people to get practical and emotional support.

Hotels took in Ariana Grande fans who had nowhere to stay last night - and today businesses are giving people food and support.

Hundreds of residents offered up their spare rooms.

Local pubs and a snooker hall also offered to take people in.

A mother and daughter

'Proud to call Manchester my home'

Despite the shock and sorrow, people like Emily are describing their pride in the many acts of generosity.

Natasha praised the "strength" of her home city.

Abby said merchandise sellers used T-shirts as bandages.

Manchester's new mayor Andy Burnham praised volunteers, saying they show "the true spirit of our city in the face of such devastating tragedy".

A helpline for people concerned about relatives has opened - 0800 096 0095

And there is now a book of condolence open at the city's Town Hall.

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