Community action day for Chichester estate

Volunteers help tidy up the Whyke estate as part of the community action day.
Volunteers help tidy up the Whyke estate as part of the community action day.

Volunteers from Seaford College and the Hyde Group spent yesterday lending a helping hand to Chichester residents.

The community action day at the Whyke Estate saw teams tackle tasks such as cleaning windows, washing cars, clearing gardens and litter-picking.

Support for the project was given by L&S Waste Management and Beaver Tool Hire.

Resident Kirsten Clark-Lyons said: “There are lots of people in need on the estate and projects like this can help them get on top of things. I just want to say thank you to Hyde and Seaford College for their help.”

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