28/09/2011 03:28 PM
The volunteers from The King's Church took part in the social action project as part of a scheme to help residents around Mid-Sussex, reports the Mid-Sussex Times.
The team also helped to clear weeds and trim a patch of land by the village hall in order to transform the area into a space were local residents can relax and enjoy the local scenery.
Volunteers spent a day at the Burnside Social Services Centre in Burgess Hill decorating the external doors of the building and weeding through its extensive vegetable plot.
Jim Partridge, a leader at The King's Church, told the Mid-Sussex Times: "It's been fantastic for us as a church to be able to release scores of volunteers to partner with local projects and serve communities in Mid Sussex."
Meanwhile, local authorities in Blackheath recently unveiled a new high security fencing around a local housing area in order to protect residents from anti-social behaviour.
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