They carried out a range of tasks to keep the park looking good for all those who go there before being rewarded with free soup afterwards.
Keith Brown, vice chairman of the pocket park committee, said: “A big thank you to all the volunteers who came along on Saturday.
“They literally got down and dirty, clearing drains, upgrading the pond platform and generally cleaning the park up.”
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Volunteer events are held at the pocket park several times each year.
Anyone interested in getting involved in the future can search for Desborough Pocket Park on Facebook for more details.