Volunteers packed and gave out goodie bags to be delivered around the country as part of a faith-based action day.

Six volunteers and a group from the Langdon, who all have learning disabilities, packed t-shirts, balloons, posters and baby bibs to send around the UK to be provided free of charge as part of Mitzvah Day, a day of social action.

The packs will be provided to all those taking part in Mitzvah Day, where people give their time to help those in their community, and will be used for everything from events to special projects.

Mitzvah Day’s project coordinator, Jacob Forman, made sure packs got to all parts of the country.

He said: "As someone who has volunteered from a young age, and now is able to facilitate others in their volunteering, "I’ve seen first hand how Mitzvah Day brings people together and is such a positive experience for the volunteers, as well as those they are helping.

"I loved delivering the packs, as it means I get to meet our coordinators, and their families, and hear all about the wonderful projects they have planned over the next fortnight."

Hubs in north London which will house the packs include JW3 in Finchley Road, Radlett United Synagogue, Jami's Head Room Cafe in Golders Green, while they were back in the Mitzvah Day HQ in Edgware.

For more on Mitzvah Day 2017, please visit www.mitzvahday.org.uk