Sorry the pun is terrible but the work four GoodGymmers did on the community gardens was spectacular. Spring has truly sprung and so has the bushes and weeds.
We split into two teams of two to move compost from the bottom of the garden to the very top, cut back hedges, gather all the cuttings for compost and, you guessed it, mow the lawn!
They were so pleased they've asked us back every month until September!
Top work team!
It was lovely morning at May Park primary school today. Our task was to get all of the wooden fences and structures in the playground painted. We divided and conquered with buckets of paint and brand new paint brushes(!!) to get the job done and had fun catching up as we went and moaning about other's not doing the edges and then realising we didn't need to do the edges.. ahem
We stopped for a break at the mid way point and felt re-energised for the final push. The school teachers were really pleased with what we had achieved and we had a great time doing it. It even stayed sunny!
After a creme egg or 3 we headed on our merry way. A fantastic way to spend my 200th good deed. Thanks all (and especially to Jenny for the vegan cake) 😊
Emily has completed their 15th good deed with GoodGym