Group run


13 runners ran 3.0km to help their local community in Bexley.

  • Sean
  • Tim Dickson
  • Sarah Lee
  • Susan Lee
  • Sharine Mehmet
  • Nick Marsden
  • Emmanuel Cala
  • Chris Walder
  • Matthew Lett
  • Martin Dennis
  • Jessica Townsend
  • Nick Wells
  • Stephen
Monday, 13th of May 2019
Led by Tim Dickson

Wow! What a great turnout for tonights Goodgym. We headed out to the old English gardens for the first time this year and what a glorious evening it was to. We split into our two groups, walkers and runners and after our warm up we split to take our separate routes. The walkers took a direct route down whilst the runners headed out round the edge of Danson Park to use the fitness equipment. Our goal at each station was to pushed out a different group exercise.............


On arrival at the gardens we were greet by Nicky and Tom who were really pleased to see us as usual. After a quick safety briefing it was down to work. Clearing compost, trimming trees, weeding paths and turning soil. In other words another great workout and task.

Before i sign out i would like to give a big shout to Nick and Jessica who joined us for the first time and to Nina who we were glad to see back. I hope you guys enjoyed your evening. OK team, thanks everyone for a brilliant evening, don't forget to sign up for next weeks good deed. Until the (high five) Tim

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Tim Dickson

Tim Dickson
Hi, my names Tim. I'm a qualified Personal Trainer specialising in running for beginners to Ultra runners.

Runners helping out

  • Walk Leader

    Lead a walking group to the task

    • Nick Marsden
  • Photographer

    Take photos for the run report

    • Sarah Lee
  • Back marker

    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Sarah Lee

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