Bromley

Group run

Toad-ally Awesome!

11 GoodGymers made their way 7.7km to help the Crystal Palace Museum in Bromley.

  • Mark Gilyead
  • Hannah
  • Ian Moore
  • Fiona
  • Kelly Taylor
  • Bromley runner
  • Molly Smith
  • Charlie
  • Bromley runner
  • Renier
  • Bromley runner
 
Monday, 12th of February 2024
 
Led by Mark Gilyead
he/him

A toad-ally awesome 11 of us met up last night for a jog and some good deeding.

We were joined for the first time by Tim and Adam - welcome! πŸ™Œ

After a naming and fave biscuit loop, we hit the road. Hannah and Molly took the shorter, direct route, whilst the rest of us opted for the longest hill ever.

We arrived to meet John who was fully prepared with tools.

The water tower base at Crystal Palace Museum is an amazing historic structure and the museum team are keen to clear it out of soil, weeds and rubble so that it can be safely accessed as part of visitors’ museum experiences.

We focussed on a couple of specific areas, aiming to reach down to the concrete and pipes below.

John found a massive toad, hence the pun! 🐸

10+ bucket-loads of soil sieved later, we called it a day and headed back down the hill for some stretches.

Great stuff everyone πŸ₯³

Report written by Mark Gilyead


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Mark Gilyead
Led by Mark Gilyead

Area Activator for GoodGym Bromley. Mostly runs for the train. On purpose obvs. Also helping to launch new GG areas with the central team πŸš€

GoodGymers helping out
  • Walk Leader

    Lead a walking group to the task

    • Hannah
  • Back marker

    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Ian Moore

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