Group run

Caterpillars and Litter Picker Critters came in 2 by 2 to Ark T

17 runners ran 6.0km to help the Good Food Oxford and Ark T Centre in Oxford.

  • Lorenzo
  • Trev
  • Julia
  • Victoria Stubbs
  • Sarah
  • Kate Mulrey
  • Sarah McFadden
  • Angus Grant
  • Ben Foster
  • Louise Hall
  • Claire Jeanes
  • Jessy McCabe
  • Kate
  • Henry Swift
  • Naomi Rose
  • Tamasine Saunders
  • Cathryn Steele
Wednesday, 11th of March 2020
Led by Trev

Welcome to our new runners Victoria, Tamasine, Cathryn. Great to have you along with us!

17 runners went to Ark T in Temple Cowley. We delivered a no Sugar poster to Wild Honey Health food shop on the way for Good Food Oxford!

We picked litter, dug up weeds, swept sand back into their sandpit and moved their toys back to the mud kitchen!

Feeling like Champs We then went to BeauChamp street to play another round of King of the hill.. Any opportunity for a hill session!! ;).

We also had a bit of time to split into Caterpillars , Team A for Angus and Team B for Ben (with support from Trev and Julia) who split our bumper group up to have a go at leading a wiggly caterpillar around Florence Park. Thanks also to Sarah for running back to get the litter pickers Trev left!! We all made it home just before another massive storm broke.. eeek! At least we have 2 caterpillars and a whole load of loo roll, beans, pasta and hand sanitizer!

A final little video for you

Here is us celebrating Julias Fab new #BLACKGG50Tshirt!! who will be next? could it be you?... celebrating Julia's Black 50 Tshirt dance!

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    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Sarah

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