Group run

Rapidash to the Portico or weedle-ing in Ruskin Garden, you Pikachoose

Tuesday, 26th of July 2016
Led by Katie Welford

24 runners ran 4.0km to help their local community in Lambeth.

  • Elise
  • Alex Terror Tylor
  • Katie Welford
  • James Kerry-Barnard
  • Lambeth runner
  • marie noelle Vieu
  • Jitendra
  • Milly
  • Tom Benson
  • John Hunter
  • Steve Jenkins
  • Rebecca
  • Jack Wong
  • Neil
  • Megan Kingdom-Davies
  • Bill Hutchinson
  • Sadhbh
  • Tim M
  • Dan Neather
  • Lucy Ranson
  • Mark Thomas
  • Simon Rea
  • Christopher Welton
  • Sonja Graham

23 runners do good in West Norwood and Ruskin Park whilst learning what this Pokemon business is all about

It was a slightly cooler week than last and we had some new and some old runners raring to go - hooray! A smaller group set off on the 2.5mile Rapidash up to West Norwood to help John prepare for the West Norwood Feast at the Portico.

The rest of us headed back to a new task in Ruskin Park. The community garden had some weedle-ing to do and a load of compost that needed turning and spreading on the tomato beds.

You can clear this bed as well, if you have time? they asked. OF COURSE WE HAD TIME! This is GoodGym. We answered

James B mainly set up a lure for Pokemon then took lots of photos of them doing the task with us. Katie had mainly no idea what was happening.

After some sprints and core work in the park, we thought, shall we Pokemongo home? And we all thought yes, so we did. Lovely stuff.

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Patrick Luong
Patrick Luong
Wednesday July 27th, 2016 11:36

I LOVE the pokemon names in the report!

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