Group run


Helping this fantastic community gem of an organisation


Regather are long standing friends of Good Gym in Sheffield and are involved in a huge variety of projects across the city.

From running a local fruit and veg box scheme, to managing events such as the Folk Forest, to hosting many co-operative events and start up schemes such as cooking projects, brewing, comedy, music and film they are a fantastic co-op that do a huge amount of work that brings the local community together and benefits all. They are a not for profit and their profits go back into the co-op to continue and expand the projects they are working on.

We help Regather out with many projects from helping with labelling of apple and cider bottles made from local apples that would otherwise go to waste, to helping manage the grounds outside the co-op and across other sites they are involved with such as Lynwood Gardens; a 'pocket forest' of mature woodland and glades situated in Broomhall virtually untouched for over 150 years!

Be prepared to get involved with all sorts from inside, to outside. If you have a pair of gardening gloves with you please do bring them along.

If dark, please bring a head torch.

Date and time

18:30 - 20:15 Monday, 17th of February 2020
Options are available to run between 5km and 5km in total

Remember that we run to and from the task, so you'll only be running for half this distance in one go.

This is a standard GoodGym group run. If you can't run for more than 15mins without stopping or you're worried about any aspect of the session, contact us or see if there's a starter session coming up in your area.

Start Location

Showroom Cinema
15 Paternoster Row
S1 2BX View Map

GoodGym start locations have a space to change, leave bags and toilets.

What to look out for

Age Restriction

GoodGym welcomes anyone aged 18 or over. If you are under 18 then you will be unable to participate in any GoodGym activity

Make sure you've read our general guidelines for safety when running and at a task.

Lifting or moving heavy objects
Injury or harm may be caused to yourself or others around you heavy objects are dropped on feet or hands or harm may be caused if you lift heavy objects incorrectly.
Use of tools and equipment
If tools are used incorrectly or inappropriately they could cause harm to yourself or others around you.
Splinters, nails and sharp things being carried
Injury or harm may be caused to yourself by objects that may be sharp, or have splinters or nails in them.
Dark task
The area you are working in may be in darkness which could cause a risk of trips or concealed hazards.
Brambles / low hanging branches or undergrowth
Injury or harm could be caused to your eyes or face from sharp low hanging branches, undergrowth or brambles.
Fumes, particles or irritants on site
Harm caused to yourself by fumes, particles or irritants on site.
Animal diseases/ faeces/ poison
It is possible that there is animal matter that may cause you illness or infection.
Sharp objects being handled or concealed in leaves, sand or other substance
Injury or harm may be caused to yourself from sharp objects, such as needles or glass, concealed by leaves or sand or some other substance.
Working close to others
Injury caused by working close to each other


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Led by

Tom Mutton

Tom Mutton
Sheffield Trainer. PT, England Athletics Coach in Running Fitness & Tutor.

Runners helping out

  • Back marker

    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Sheffield runner

Who's going

  • Dana
  • Sheffield runner
  • Cat
  • Ines Siepmann
  • Annie Anthony Mays
  • Eve
  • Chloe

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Showroom Cinema
15 Paternoster Row
S1 2BX

There's space to change and leave bags and toilets. We're not planning to do anything purposefully dangerous, but GoodGym takes no responsibility for your safety during group runs, you participate at your own risk. Participants accept full responsibility for items stored at Showroom Cinema, and Showroom Cinema and GoodGym will not be held liable for any losses or damages.


New to GoodGym?

This is a GoodGym group run, where we run to help a local community organisation and then run back.

New runners are welcome to GoodGym group runs - no one gets left behind. You're unlikely to be alone, hundreds of new people sign up every week.

There's a place to leave bags and a toilet at the start point, all you need to do is bring your trainers. It's free to try - get involved!

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