Windsor and Maidenhead

Run in a group to work on community projects

Try a group run

Every week in Windsor and Maidenhead we work out by helping local community projects, and run back all within 90 minutes.

Run to plant trees for the local park

Run to shift earth for a community gardening project

Run to sort cans for the food bank

How it works

Turn up for our weekly group run from The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Town Hall every Wednesday. New runners are always welcome and we never leave anyone behind.

Run

1
Run there

Meet at The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Town Hall, drop your bag and run to a Windsor and Maidenhead community org

Help

2
Work out

Work hard with the group digging, lifting, scraping and clearing for a good cause

Run

3
Run back

Push yourself on the run back with some intervals or a fitness session

Stretch

4
Stretch

Our qualified trainer will help you stretch and celebrate what we've achieved

Windsor and Maidenhead

Meet your area activator

Amy Lovell is our area activator in Windsor and Maidenhead. Amy supports the growth of GoodGym in Windsor and Maidenhead, is passionate about fitness and community and is here to enable us to do more in Windsor and Maidenhead.

Amy Lovell's Photo

Area Activator for Windsor and Maidenhead. Loves running & Pilates and runs to escape from her hoards of small children.

Increase your motivation to exercise

Help make Windsor and Maidenhead a better place to live

Connect with great people and projects


Windsor and Maidenhead

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good deeds completed

Get involved

Come along to a group run - it's free.

Or sign up to keep informed about our next runs.

Keep me informed

Before GoodGym I always lost motivation to stick at running or the gym but now I run two or three times a week.

Hazel, GoodGym Runner

Running with GoodGym is great because I get fit, do good and get to hang with a load of awesome people.

Mark, GoodGym Runner

GoodGym combines doing good with running, which helps me forget I'm even exercising. It's great!

Judy, GoodGym Runner

New to running?

Many people who don't run, are worried about running or haven't run for ages start running with GoodGym every week on our group runs.

If you can run for 15 minutes without stopping then you're fit enough to join us on a group run - no one gets left behind.

If you're still working up to that you can sign up to help older people on one-off tasks or a regular visit.

Find out more

The World's most innovative Aging projects.

Financial Times

GoodGym offers an imaginative alternative to conventional gyms, tapping into the human potential of local communities.

The Guardian

Why burn energy in the gym when you could harness that effort to spruce up public spaces, or visit lonely pensioners?

The Independent

Frequently asked questions

If you have any questions please get in touch and we’ll do our best to help.
getinvolved@goodgym.org - 0203 432 3920

How much does it cost?
GoodGym is free. Most of us make a monthly donation of £9.95 to help cover the cost of running our charity, but no one has to.
Am I fit enough?
Yes. GoodGym welcomes anybody no matter what your fitness level.
What should I bring?
All you need is a pair of trainers - just don't wear your snazziest gear. Tools will be provided if necessary.

Need help with a community project?

If you're a community organisation and have a physical task then we'd like to help.

Request a task
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