Corie completed a community mission. Instead of watching TV or lying in bed, Corie was out there making their community a better place to be. For making that choice they have earned the community cape.
Corie is a now a fully fledged GoodGym runner. They've just run to do good for the first time. They are out there making amazing things happen and getting fit at the same time.
6 of us met Pippa and her lovely labrador near the entrance of St Anne’s Well Park, including Corie who we welcomed on her very first mission – sounds like Helena did a good job of preaching the gospel of GG to her when they were work colleagues!
Our mission tonight was to empty and tidy a shed belonging to the Friends of St Anne’s Well Park. Pretty straightforward stuff, you might be thinking. But our evening quickly turned in to a very low budget version of the Crystal Maze, as we couldn’t unlock the shed door from the outside. Jacob showed some keen breaking and entering skills, and managed to squeeze himself through the window, then had to jimmy (I think that’s the term used by master burglars) open the door from the inside, all the while knowing the clock was ticking on our 1-hour challenge.
With the door opened, we quickly emptied the shed, chucked away a fair few random old bits of gazebo and items from various past events, cleaned up some of the charity collection buckets, gave the shed a good sweep and re-stocked it, much to Pippa’s delight. And in the end we managed it with 5 minutes to spare! A job well done.
The Friends of St Ann's Well Park group have a garden shed housing some old gazebos and collection buckets. It's got into a bit of a mess so we will be emptying everything out, checking it's still usable, giving it a good clean and putting it all back in nice and tidily.
Any spare pairs of hands will be put to good use in the park litter picking and weeding.
Meet inside the park by the tennis courts at the Somerhill Road entrance.