(Above: Employees at Volunteer Day 2014 in the UK)

It doesn't matter where in the world we live, Time Warner employees are known for giving back to their communities (and having a bit of fun in the process). Recently, a group of employees flew in the face of superstition and made a possibly scary Friday, June 13, into a day of good fortune for beloved London landmarks.

Working with Groundwork London, employees spent the day making repairs and refreshing Bishop's Park and Fulham Palace, two historic community spaces on the banks of the River Thames in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The park features a riverside walk, football and rugby pitches, children's playgrounds and gardens, among other features, and the nearby Fulham Palace—which served for 12 centuries as the residence of the Bishop of London—is now a museum with grounds open to the public.

See photos below of the team in action (and some of the end-of-day fun that was had), and learn more about Time Warner's commitment to community engagement here.