If anyone in manchester is stranded, needs help getting home, give me a shout!— Jaiden Micheal (@jaidenofficial) 22 May 2017 If you are stranded in the area you can also follow #RoomForManchester where hotels and local people of our great city are offering refuge https://t.co/yaRwKMGwzV— Mayor Andy Burnham (@MayorofGM) May 23, 2017 Anyone in Manchester who needs to wait for their parents or needs somewhere stay or to make phone calls, etc, just DM me. We have tea!— Simon Clancy (@SiClancy) 22 May 2017 Facebook also activated its safety check feature, so people could let their friends know they were safe.The Family Guy UK headquarters tweeted to say they had given over 30 people a place to stay.Manchester City Council also started an online condolence book for those affected. If anyone needs shelter we are right on the outskirts of central Manchester in Salford, anything I can do to help DM me!! #ManchesterArena— Karolina Staniecka (@karolinaviolet) 22 May 2017 #Manchester. DM me if you need somewhere to go, to use a landline, to have a tea and sit down. Anything. Northern Quarter-Oldham street— louise benson (@Lbenson88) 22 May 2017 10 minutes from the #ManchesterArena if anyone needs help/lifts/drinks etc REPLY OR DM me #Manchester #MEN— The Salford Fox (@tomharveymedia) 22 May 2017 Taxis in Manchester are offering FREE rides home for anyone stuck in the Manchester Arena area. Let your friends/family know.— azy (@azymanzur) 22 May 2017 The acts of humanity. Taxi drivers taking the injured to hospital & visitors to safety in the city after terrorist attack #ManchesterArena pic.twitter.com/5M5IMqILuB— Elaine Willcox (@ElaineWITV) May 23, 2017 Many of those caught up in the chaos were young fans of US singer Ariana Grande, who had performed at the venue.Police advised the public to avoid the area around the Manchester Arena, and the train station near the arena, Victoria Station, was evacuated and all trains cancelled.There were reports that a Holiday Inn hotel near Manchester Arena had taken in “50+ children” who were unaccompanied at the gig. #DWTManchester anyone stuck down the east side of manchester dm me. i can’t guarantee a tour guide but ill try my best to help— ellie (@starlordhs) 22 May 2017 Looks like two places open to donate blood in Manchester today if you’re near and can help @GiveBloodNHS https://t.co/kwEfMmuRuk pic.twitter.com/vc5SnK5F5v— Rachel Miller (@AllthingsIC) May 23, 2017 #RoomforManchester if anybody needs somewhere to stay – we have plenty of spare beds & blankets + an unlimited supply of tea. Please DM.— Rosie Connor (@RosieConnor1) 22 May 2017 Local people have opened up their homes and given help to concert-goers affected by a suspected terror attack at Manchester Arena.They have been using the hashtag #RoomForManchester to offer help to distraught people after their night of music ended in tragedy.There are also reports that a hotel near the venue has taken in dozens of children following an explosion that killed 19 people and injured around 50 others.Taxi drivers have also been offering people free taxi rides, and people are already arranging to give blood at donor banks later today to help those injured.The city’s mayor, former Labour MP Andy Burnham, tweeted: “If you are stranded in the area you can… follow #RoomForManchester where hotels and local people of our great city are offering refuge.” Witnesses described hearing a huge bang shortly after 10.30pm at the entrance to the Arena as thousands of people made their way out of a concert by the American singer Ariana Grande.Theresa May, the Prime Minister, suspended her General Election campaign in the wake of the apparent terror attack and there will be an emergency Cobra meeting at 9am this morning. Anyone needing a lift/place to stay from the Manchester Arena, tweet #roomformanchester Retweet and get this trending to help.— Cal (@Panayisalad) 22 May 2017 22 people died in the attack on Monday night, and 50 were injured. The Holiday Inn nearest to Manchester Arena have taken dozens of kids who have been separated from their parents tonight.— Samuel Carvalho (@SamCarvalho) 22 May 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.