Mike Freer was joined by local councillors at the Buckets & Spades centre in Finchley Church End to lend a hand on Mitzvah Day. The politicians, along with local volunteers, painted a music themed mural in the playground area of the facility.
Buckets & Spades is short-break residential centre that provides convalescence to under-18s with physical and learning disabilities. The centre is run by leading Jewish charity Norwood, which supports vulnerable children and families and those affected by learning disabilities.
Speaking outside at Buckets & Spades Mike Freer said, “I am an enthusiastic supporter of Mitzvah Day and have been for many years. It’s a great multi-faith charitable event and I’m pleased to be here at a Norwood facility lending a hand.”