The Social Supermarket have asked for help with a stocktake as they organise donations ready for sharing with those in need through the Social Supermarket in the Foleshill Community Centre. Please note the slightly earlier start.
During what was one of the coldest weeks with biting winds, several goodgym members explored their local areas to find postboxes. With some, guess the location challenges on the WhatsApp page and some postboxes sent in from members further afield, this was definitely one way to liven up our daily exercise excersions. Thanks all, it has been lovely to see your photos including Pauline who sent some speial postboxes from Liverpool . The Liverpool Special is almost 160 years old, and currently resides at Liverpool's Albert Dock. Near the south east corner of Abercromby Square and its junction with Chatham Street is a hexagonal pillar box of the 1866 design by John Penfold.
Deb and Vickie began the evening by setting up the old supermarket room as the new space for a brand new financial advice service. A cosy corner for clients children to play finished off the homely feel. The next task was to organise shelves of baby goods and toiletries donations. Sorting nappies by size was very satisfying. Finally they supported customers to select their shopping choices in the supermarket. There was a steady stream of satisfied customers all evening.
This week, Whilst on your daily exercise -running, walking or cycling- look out for postboxes. How many can you find?
Who can find the oldest one? A golden one? The most unique shaped one?
Post pictures to me at Liz@goodgym.org or in the WhatsApp group.