Group run

Dusted off a Crisis

21 runners ran 6.0km to help the Crisis at Camberwell in Southwark.

  • Ian Gostling
  • Ellie Hopkins
  • Nat Gabrielle
  • Helena Waters
  • Dom Tooze
  • Manny
  • Southwark runner
  • Emma
  • Becky
  • Kate Mclaughlin
  • Allie
  • GillianDulwich
  • Civ Sivakumaran
  • Emma Szkolar
  • Sam Lefevre
  • Abigail Burgess
  • Ineke Van Der Heyden
  • Saoirse
  • Ian Murray
  • Kate Gowing
  • Helen Butterworth
Wednesday, 27th of November 2019
Led by Ian Gostling

Wall of Honour

  • Thanks to Dom & Helena for back marking and keeping the 2 groups together.
  • Big Shout to Helen & Manny for completing their first run with us!
  • Pat on the back to Anna for completing 4 Good Deeds at the weekend - including 3 in one day!!

Let’s have a Recap

Last night 21 runners ran 6km in total to the Crisis store in Camberwell. Crisis is the national charity for homeless people, helping them to rebuild their lives. Through research into the causes and consequences of homelessness and the solutions to it, they are committed to ending homelessness for good!

Despite the rain we began a quick warm up with a chance to learn some new names! Then we headed off in an organised group with Task Force members Dom, Helena & Sam in position to make sure as the pace of the group stretched no one was left behind. We ran along Lyndhurst Way to Peckham Road untill we reached the store in Camberwell Green.

Store manager Ross directed us through the evenings tasks, varying from dusting, cleaning rails and rearranging clothes into size order. With so many hands ready to help we quickly split up into different areas of the shop, whilst keeping a keen eye on some bargains! Kate managed to reserve a top and Allie even ran home with a candelabre!! Floors, shelves and rails were swept and mopped and Holly finished up with her favourite job of hoovering! After 30mins we said goodbye to Ross and left his store looking nice and clean!

FACT OF THE DAY A Candelabra Tree cannot stand the cold - anything below 10-12 degrees Celsius. However they do survive indoors, ideal for those living in a chilly climate.

On the way back we still had time for some Mexican Wave Squats, and a slippery but competitive Burpee relay in Warwick Gardens with Ian just about staying on his feet to lead his team to victory!

Next week we will be running 8km to support the Tabard Growers community group with some weeding at Stompie Garden. Come to see 'Stompie' a decommisioned Soviet tank!

See you next week Team. Stay dry!

Report written by Ian Gostling

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    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Dom Tooze

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