Sebbie Hall, who has been dubbed "the UK’s kindest person", has been honoured with a life-sized statue of himself by London’s Tower Bridge, which he hopes will inspire people to continue spreading "ripples of kindness".
The 20-year-old, who set up The Sebbie Hall Kindness Foundation in 2021 to help disabled and disadvantaged people across the country, was recognised by KIND Snacks for his random acts of kindness that he has carried out on a daily basis for the last three years.
Sebbie and his mother Ashley Hall attended the unveiling of the statue on Monday 13 November, which is World Kindness Day, alongside actor Eddie Marsan, who is the patron of the Sebbie Hall Foundation.
He told Yahoo UK he was "very excited" about the honour, and described the statue as "awesome", adding that he was "really happy" to have been honoured.
The statue is the result of KIND Snacks’ search for the UK’s Kind Hero in September. The search received more than 500 nominations, and, after an "extensive judging process", Sebbie was chosen for having gone "above and beyond over the last three years and having a direct impact on his community".
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