National Good Gestures Day is a campaign created by Stephen Sutton, who wanted to inspire young people to spread happiness in their communities through simple acts of kindness.
Stephen sadly passed away on 14th May 2014 at the age of 19, after a three-and-a-half year battle with cancer.
His philosphy during his life was to not focus on the negative, instead dedicating his energy and time to promoting positivity in his community and beyond. Inspired by his original campaign, his friends and supporters decided to turn Good Gestures Day into a nationwide event.
National Good Gestures Day locations across the UK...
Falmouth - Market Strand
Swansea - Quadrant Shopping Centre
London - Queen's Walk, South Bank
Birmingham -Victoria Square
Nottingham - St Peters Square
Sheffield - Fargate
Manchester - Market Street/Piccadilly Gardens
Liverpool - Bold Street
Sunderland - Market Square
Glasgow - Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street