05:26PM, Monday 31 August 2015
A group of O2 employees braved the wind and torrential rain on Wednesday as they took part in a team-building day at a community centre.
As part of the telecommunications company’s Think Big project, 25 website design employees offered to work for the Clewer Youth and Community Centre in Parsonage Lane, Windsor, for the day.
The volunteers spent the morning weeding the garden, lopping trees and tidying up outside the centre.
After spending four hours in the pouring rain, they set about giving the centre’s meeting room a much-needed lick of paint.
They also tidied up the cupboards and cleaned hundreds of toys used by the centre’s youth and children’s groups.
Windsor resident Claire Johnson, who manages the centre, said: “We really need any help possible to maintain the building.
“They got so much done and didn’t stop the whole day.”
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