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Muslim Aid Volunteers teamed up with Sunbury flood volunteer group to help flood affected communities

Thousands of homes and businesses were flooded and ruined in Surrey and Middlesex as the water level of river Thames rose to the highest level for at least 30 years in 2013 and 2014. Sunbury, a suburban town in Surrey borough of Spelthorne was also affected by the flood damages.

Thousands of homes and businesses were flooded and ruined in Surrey and Middlesex as the water level of river Thames rose to the highest level for at least 30 years in 2013 and 2014. Sunbury, a suburban town in Surrey borough of Spelthorne was also affected by the flood damages.

Clearing up households and businesses after a flood is indispensable as flood water sometimes contain sewage, harmful chemicals, contaminants and muddy deposit with injurious bacteria. To help the Sunbury communities in the tedious clearing up process, a group of 25 volunteers from Muslim Aid teamed up with Sunbury flood volunteer group over the weekend.

Muslim Aid Volunteers will continue the clean up operation for the coming four weeks and carry out tasks such as removing rubbish and debris from residents’ homes, transporting rubbish to local dumpsites, ripping up carpets, removing fallen trees as well as digging and removing mud from home sites.

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