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Are you finding it hard to motivate yourself in the morning? Come and join us for a end of the week morning dose of goodness at Windmill Hill City Farm.
Early morning, fresh air, walking/running/cycling (or however else you travel), volunteering, animals (and people, if you like them - socially distanced of course) - what a great way to start your day!
The farm is planning to lay a new gravel path along their animal paddocks so we will scrape off the old surface material and prepare the paths for their make-over. Expect a decent workout for our arms and upper body ;)
These allotments are used to grow food for the Matthew Tree project. There will be various clearing, weeding and tidying tasks. Please bring a pair of gardening gloves. It’s also recommended to wear long sleeves and trousers to protect from flying bug bites.
Meet at the junction of Beaufort Road and Strawberry Lane. What3words location: https://w3w.co/energetic.yappy.treat
Today’s task consisted of breaking up the mud and turning it over. We broke the bigger hard pieces into soft mud so school children can visit and dig here.
It was a fun task and great to see everyone helping out whilst doing good :)
GoodGymers met at Windmill Hill City Farm on a lovely Friday morning.
Today’s task consisted of sweeping away all the dead leaves and picking up rubbish.
Was lovely to see everyone and have a chat whilst doing some good :)
Well done everyone!
Wow, Jade has completed a 12 month mission streak. That means they've cleared gardens, moved furniture and changed light bulbs in spring, summer, autumn and even winter. Show your support and give them a massive cheer!
Five GoodGymers met at the farm on a rainy Monday.
We welcomed Rosannah and Charlotte to the farm for the first time, it was nice meeting you and we hope to see you again!
Today’s task consisted of weeding around middle paddock. It was looking good by the time we were finished.
Well done everyone :)
Four GoodGymers met on a rainy Friday morning.
Today’s task was cleaning out the barn whilst trying not to get blown away in this weather!!
Well done everyone for turning up in this weather! Waterproofs do really save you!