Abigail Hodkinson

Woking

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Abigail Hodkinson has run a race with GoodGym for the first time. Sun 28 Mar 2021

Abigail has done their first race with GoodGym. Performing on the day is a lot of pressure; Abigail's dealt with the nerves and turned up on the day to make it happen.

Abigail Hodkinson went on a race
Race
Barnet

It was a racing trussell!

Sat 27 Mar
Report written by Paul Salman

Well done for registering to help this charity with a run today. I did a short 5 km run in some local woods with my dog Gus. It was a lovely springlike day so I hope you had an equally enjoyable run.

Please let me know how you got on and send me your pictures. I will try and add them to the report.

The Trust supports a network of over 1,200 food bank centres to provide emergency food and compassionate, practical support to people in crisis, while campaigning for long-term change to the structural issues that lock people into poverty.

lets give each of a cheer! and please check out the Good Gym website for community missions starting in April.

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Abigail Hodkinson signed up to a race
Race
Barnet

Race Against Hunger Saturday, 27 March 2021, 09:30

Sat 27 Mar 09:00 am
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Get fit and help food banks

We have been helping a Trussell foodbank and have received this invite. ( National charity)

By running 5km on Saturday 27 March, you’ll be part of a movement of people across the UK helping us build a hunger free future for everyone.

https://register.enthuse.com/ps/event/RaceAgainstHunger?mc_cid=0867b9a193&mc_eid=8b747be151

RUN, JOG, WALK – TAKE ON THE CHALLENGE IN A WAY THAT WORKS FOR YOU

This is a great challenge for everyone, whatever your fitness level, age, background or ability. You can run, jog, walk or do it in fancy dress – take on the challenge in a way that works for you.

In the first six months of the pandemic, the food banks in our network gave out a staggering 1.2 million food parcels. That’s one food parcel every 13 seconds, and 2,600 food parcels were given to children every day on average.

This isn’t right.

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