Six goodgymers helped make parkrun happen across 2 events in Birmingham today. John and Bal set up the course at Perry Hall before taking part, and Raull was again one of the Tail Walkers. Also Tail Walking today was Liam at Edgbaston Reservoir, while Richard was Timekeeping and Balal was giving out tokens.
Bal just completed a six month streak of doing missions. That’s so many bags of garden rubbish cleared and jobs done to help someone out and put a smile on their face. Give Bal a cheer to encourage them to keep up the good work.
Bal has done 10 good deeds. They are a trusted GoodGym runner and are now eligible to join their local TaskForce.
On a clear Saturday morning, under dramatic red skies (which I managed to get a photo of before it drew away into dreariness), five goodgymers helped at three parkruns across and just outside the city of Birmingham. I set up at Perry Hall with Bal, Ben scanned barcodes at Walsall Arboretum, while Liam was the Run Director at Edgbaston Reservoir and Richard joined him to scan barcodes as well, after he had finished running.
Bal is a now a pretty committed GoodGym runner. They've just run to do good for the fifth time
Bal has helped keep other people motivated, Bal has noticed what others have done and cheered 10 people. We doff our caps to you Bal.
It was another week of GoodGym doing a little bit to keep parkruns across Birmingham running. Balal was timekeeping at Edgbaston Reservoir and Naneesh and Bal once again got the course set up at Perry Hall. Balal went for a Man Utd away shirt to celebrate the signing of Christiano Ronaldo, and his own birthday, as opposed to the GoodGym red today.
This week we had five goodgymers helping at two parkruns in Birmingham. Liam was giving out tokens and Aslaug was marshaling at Edgbaston Reservoir. Naneesh was out early with Bal setting up the course at Perry Hall while John set up the finish area. Naneesh was then able to take part while James scanned the finishing tokens and John was timekeeping using the app. With the rain deciding to fall just after the start time at 9am, it turned out to be a better day to stand under an umbrella, with a lot of slog and toil for the runners being celebrated by all the volunteers.