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Helping Make Christmas Brighter at St. John's Church

MCS is committed to social value. For each project we undertake we look at how we can make a positive impact beyond the project itself - in the spaces between buildings as well as within them - and to society.

On Monday 19th December a working team came together to support the community for the whole day by delivering various clean up and repair tasks at St John’s Church located next door to MCS’s project at Guildford Lido in Guildford.

Key task’s completed on the wet and blustery day, included: clearing leaves and weeds from paths, clearing gutters, removing and cutting back bushes, emptying and re-positioning a water butt, repairing an external path slab and repair of a wall mounted cigarette ash bin.

Inside, the team repaired loose door furniture and kitchen cupboard hinges, fixed hooks to back of toilet doors, repaired church chairs, repaired loose sockets, removed and disposed of rubbish and much more.

Upon completion, Sue Turner, Operations Manager at St. John’s Church, said: “ We are so grateful for all that you and your team did in getting to grips with so many jobs and particularly with those that had been neglected for some time. We really do appreciate it and for your commitment to completing the tasks particularly the outside ones as the weather was not kind.

“All your hard work has really helped us in making sure the church, centre and the grounds are looking their best for all the visitors who are coming for our Christmas services.

“Please pass on thanks from all of the team here to everyone in your team.”

Thank you to all our volunteers who took part on the day, including: Scott Jagdeo from Guildford Borough Council and Justin Whiteman, Adrian Rumble, William Frampton Frampton, Paul Gurney, John Rourke, Gary Parkins and Tanja Clark from MCS.


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