A PARAMEDIC from Bromsgrove says she was 'moved to tears' by kindly neighbours who left a full shopping basket on her doorstep.

West Midlands Ambulance Service worker Katie Tudor took to Twitter to thank the neighbours, known only as Kerry and Simon, for the generous gesture.

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The letter attached to the shopping said: "I thought you might be struggling to get to the shops so I put a few things together, so that hopefully you can make a few easy meals.

"Thanks for all you are doing for us."

The message prompted a heartfelt thank you from Katie, who describes herself as mummy, paramedic, mentor and acting ops manager on her Twitter profile.

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"If anything, all this has shown how much love there is in this world!" she wrote.

"Moved to tears to find this on my doorstep when I woke up today!"