Group Fitness Activities
We'll be making a visit to help out Cll David Gibson and local residents look after the neighbourhood in the Hanover & Elm Grove area.
Expect graffiti painting, litter picking and/or weeding.
Meet at Victoria Statue at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start for the run/walk.
Sherman and I drove to north of Brighton to help Mr. E move a cabinet from his kitchen to his garden shed so that he can have more space indoors and storing space outdoors. We arrived...chatted...moved it..and said goodbye quick and easy!
Preparations across the land are in full swing for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and Hove is no exception.
Palmiera Square are having a Big Lunch event to celebrate this historic occasion, including live music, kids play areas and a whole lot more. And of course local residents are keen for the square to be looking its best.
So tonight after a balmy day with thundery rain threatening we did our best to sweep up as many leaves and elm samaras as the strong wind would allow.
Resident Stuart’s dog Scampi entertained by chasing the leaves as we swept them.
We ended the evening with a pairs fitness session, with one holding a position whilst the other worked e.g squat.hold/ squats, boat hold/sit ups etc. and just as we were finishing the skies opened the rain came down and I legged it round the corner back to my flat!
Hope you all didn’t get too wet on the way home!
Palmeira and Adelaide Square Garden Fund are a group of local residents who are making a real effort to inject a bit of 'community' into their community!
The Square is well used by residents and the local neighbourhood and there is always plenty to do to keep things tidy.
Meet at The Peace Statue at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm sharp start of the run/walk.
The Real Junk Project intercepts food before it goes to landfill, cooks it and serves it at various locations across the city on a pay as you feel basis.
We will be helping them to clean and organise their new cafe in Gardner Street.
A small group will also be needed to meet up with Cllr David Gibson and continue our battle against graffiti!
Meet at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start
Sherman and myself showed at Mr. D's place to help out with the clearing the back garden at his place. The work wasn't massive because previously GoodGymers have already did a great job in clearing a lot of the outgrown shrubs. We worked our away around the small garden clearing the access for Mr. D to be able to use his back garden access. We were greeted by a friendly neighbor who thanked us for the work. It was a fun and quick task and the perfect way to spend some time on a sunny Saturday morning.