Run, clean, run
6 GoodGymers made their way 5.2km to help the Woking Foodbank in Woking.
- Wednesday, 12th of April 2023
- Led by Holly
Adam, Ben, James and I met for a 5 k run with Woking Run Company before meeting Wayne and Holly at the Woking Food Bank.
We were all impressed to hear that, despite fasting for Ramadan, Wayne ran from home to take part in this week’s Group Run. Needless to say that he rushed back home to eat after smelling the fresh bread, bananas and seeing all the food on display.
Contrary to a mention related to cleaning and men on last week’s report, the men did not hesitate to handle hoovers, broom, brush and pan as well as mops. The fridge was like new once Wayne, Adam and Ben dealt with it. Adam and Ben are now the kings of mopping while Holly and James are experts at hovering floors. I had the easy job of wiping all the working surfaces and tables in the café.
Allison was proud to show us the fantastic display of prom dresses, shoes, and accessories to be donated to young ladies who could not, otherwise, be able to attend their prom night. What fantastic schemes are organised in the Lighthouse.
Once the cleaning was over, we all ran back home or to the pub.
On Sunday we will meet at Woking Park to support junior parkrun and next Wednesday our group run is at the RSPCA where GoodGym will be launching their partnership with Raleigh.
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Great Report Anne… 😃
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