Barry Gardiner

Working Hard for Brent North

Barry takes part in Sewa Day 2012 Community Clean Up

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On 7th October 2012 Barry was delighted to join a number of volunteers to take part in the Sewa Day community clean up.

Sewa originally means performing acts of kindness without any expectation of reward or ulterior motive. Building on this idea, the Sewa Day charity is an organisation that brings together communities to take part in social action programmes, such as cleaning streets and planting trees in order to further improve local neighbourhoods.

The Sewa Day charity grew progressively from this idea and now organises social projects in more than 20 countries with over 50,000 people taking part in collective action.

Barry joined a group of local children and helped them to clean up the One Tree Hill recreational Ground in Alperton and Fryent Country Park alongside Cllr Muhammed Butt.

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