From fish and chips at the seaside to spring daffodils: The 15 things that make Leeds folk smile

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Leeds residents have the most positive outlook in life according to a new study.

Research released by AmazonSmile, Amazon’s platform which donates to charity as you shop, has uncovered what makes city folk happy.

The poll revealed that an upbeat seven in ten Brits claim their glass is “half full”, however, Loiners registered the most positive outlook on life in the UK, with 83% reporting that their glasses were “half full”.

The AmazonSmile platform includes a number of local charities that Amazon users can give to.

These include St. Gemma’s Hospice, the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund and Barnsley And District Animal Welfare among many others.

Jan Lakotta, UK Manager, AmazonSmile said: “We’re offering a simple way for customers to support good causes and with more than two thousand new charities from across the country now available to choose from, everyone should be able to find a cause close to their heart”

“Following in the footsteps of AmazonSmile in the US, where more than $69 million has been donated to charity since launching, we want to make it as easy as possible for people to support the charities they care about without having to change the way they shop.”

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