Annie Anthony Mays
64 years old British Asian female who is friendly and outgoing person who loves runnng, gardening, painting, eating out and dancing
Group Fitness Activities
Grannie Annie Mays with grandson Luca and energetic Rachel had fun today. We moved and handle screens after the art show. My grandson was just observing our movements up and down and having fun. Hopefully one day he will join Goodgym. We worked together with a nice team of old and young men and got on very well. A great team of enthusiastic willing and helpful men
This afternoon we were called upon to help Sheffield Abbeydale Rotary club with transferring wooden display screens across town for the Sheffield Young Artists Exhibition.
Every year, pictures from schoolchildren and young people across the city are exhibited, with awards being presented to the best art by the Lord Mayor.
Cue Goodgym! We had to help load 40 heavy wooden screens onto a delivery van from their store, then run 1.6 miles across town to then offload them into the church hall. Luckily, we weren't alone! Many hands make light work, they say, but it still felt quite heavy work, I tell you!
With strength and cardio workout completed, we headed off for a well deserved drink at City of Sanctuary nearby.
A ceilidh dance to blow away the cobwebs with the famous Well Dressed Band, back for their first ceilidh after two years, from 7.30 to 11.00 on Sunday 24th April, with shared food and a bar, at the Broomhall Centre. This Ceilidh is a fund raiser for Palfest Sheffield, a Festival of friendship with Palestine, taking place in Sheffield from the 13th June to 9th July. Get your tickets in advance as this event will be a sell out, and don't forget to bring some light food to share, if you can.
Tickets £8 from here
Event Details Doors Open at 7:30PM From 7:30PM to 11:00PM
4 Runners attended at this exciting Community Mission. Moved furniture in the church to set up space for Choir members and other musicians to perform. Move drums and other equipment to assist the performers later. Decorate the Green room , cafe and bar area for all the Choir members and the public to enjoy and share the space. Mingle with the others, have a chat and celebrate later. Stay and enjoy the concert. Snacks and drinks are also provided. Have fun!
Sheffield Young Artists Exhibition need our help! We are needed to meet at the Central United Reformed Church after the exhibition has finished and help transfer several large screens (approx 6x4ft) onto a van. We will then run 1.6 miles to the Botanical Gardens where they are stored.
Bring gloves to protect your hands from splinters! 🧤
There is also another mission to set up on Wednesday 27th April https://www.goodgym.org/happenings/sheffield-young-artists-exhibition-set-up-2022
Sheffield Young Artists Exhibition need our help! We are needed to meet at the Botanical gardens and help transfer several large screens (approx 6x4ft) onto a van. We will then run 1.6 miles to the Central United Reformed Church where the exhibition is to be held to help unload from the van.
There is also another mission to return the screens at the end of the exhibition on Tuesday 3rd May https://www.goodgym.org/happenings/sheffield-young-artists-exhibition-take-down2022
April 27th at 2.30 pm - Load screens onto van at Botanical Gardens (lower entrance off Ecclesal Road). Then offload screens at Central United Reform Church (CURC), opposite The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield Then May 3rd 9.30am - Load screens at CURC and return them to Botanical Gardens and offload
Before the concert they have asked for a help with moving furniture, removing obstacles, setting up and make it ready for the performance at 7pm
We will be meeting with the fantastic community champion Iren of Gleadless Valley litter pickers. We will be picking along pathways and lopping back overgrown foliage.
Irene will let the group know where waste should be left and will organise collection by the council.
It is possible that there may be hazardous waste (such as needles, broken glass) in the area. A risk assessment will be done beforehand and the Good Gym team will be alerted to any risks at the start of the task so they can be avoided.
Local artists came to Sharrow to bring their fantastic art work to display for the exhibition 'Art for Ukraine'. The money raised from the sale of pieces will be used to fundraise for Ukraine but the exhibition is also showing local support for Ukrainian people in Sheffield. Through Facebook Ukranian people living in Sheffield found out about the exhibition and came to donate and display their works. The public preview is tomorrow and the walls are full of art for all to see including cafe customers and other community centre visitors over the next month. Come and visit and enjoy the works and maybe buy a piece.