EMPLOYEES of SEGRO came together for the company’s annual ‘Day of Giving’.

More than 120 staff members joined forces on June 24 to volunteering and delivering community projects in the local area.

This year SEGRO chose nine projects which focus on improving the communities and environment.

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Neil Impiazzi, Partnership Development Director at SEGRO, said: “Our annual ‘Day of Giving’ is a great way for SEGRO colleagues to come together, give back and support charities that make a significant difference to people’s lives.

“Community investment has been part of SEGRO’s DNA for over 100 years and remains at our core through the Responsible SEGRO commitments we announced last year.

"We will continue to work with our charity partners to better understand local needs and enable our communities to thrive.”

Activities took place at the Jubilee River, Slough, Swan Lifeline, Eton, Wexham Park Hospital, Wexham, Dash Charity, Slough Refugee, Groundwork, Iver, Acton and the Enfield Canal and River Trust.