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Superheroes bring kindness to the streets of Hampstead and West Hampstead

17:00 22 March 2014

Members of the West Hampstead Fire Brigade with club members Nisha Kotecha (left) and Marie De Bry.

Members of the West Hampstead Fire Brigade with club members Nisha Kotecha (left) and Marie De Bry.

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Superheroes appeared on the streets of Hampstead to spread the love with random acts of kindness.

Members of Hampstead, Hendon and Golders Green Rotaract Club dressed up as superheroes to visit Hampstead and West Hampstead for an afternoon of kindness recently.

The club, which has 14 members ranging in age from 18 to 29, gave boxes of chocolates to the West Hampstead Fire Brigade, librarians, charity shop volunteers and members of the public.

Hampstead, Hendon and Golders Green Rotaract Club is a local organisation for young professionals and students aged between 18 and 30, who volunteer their time to support local communities and charities.

To find out more about the club, visit www.hhandggrotaract.org.uk

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