Birmingham

Group run

We came, we sawed, we conquered!

8 runners ran 6.0km to help the Oasis Foundry School in Birmingham.

  • Fiona Ross-shiel
  • Jonny Carter
  • Sam Hazell
  • Laura Smith
  • David Halford
  • George
  • Liam
  • Will Bourdillon
 
Tuesday, 4th of June 2019
 
Led by Jonny Carter

After some very heavy rain before tonight’s run we still had eight keen GoodGymer’s ready to do their thing.

We set off to Oasis Foundry School, Liam doing the front marker job and Sam the back. On arrival we were warmly greeted by Megan. The task was removing more ivy from trees, moving bunches of sticks and undergrowth to make a makeshift barrier for the kids safety, more spray painting of tyres and a litter pick. Liam and Fiona did the ivy removal job, both armed with large saws, oh and that’s were this weeks pun came from, thought up by Fiona. Sam and George built the barrier out of sticks and undergrowth, Laura and Will were let loose with the spray paint and David did the litter pick. Once done and what a great job it was, we headed back too 1000 Trades.

We had a nice run back along a now sun lit canal and arrived back at base after a good 5.5k.

Next week we will be out doing good again, it would be great if you could join us sign up here.

Report written by Jonny Carter


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Jonny Carter

Jonny Carter
GoodGym Trainer for Birmingham. Love all things running, including road, track and even cross country when it isn't to muddy!

Runners helping out

  • Back marker

    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Sam Hazell

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Litter pick and other tasks for Oasis Foundry Academy

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