James Clare

Mathematician doing Data Engineering in a media company

Redbridge

TaskForce

196Good deeds

472runs

2,031cheers

TaskForce achievements

4

Community Missions
listed

11

Group Runs
back marked

3

Walking Groups
led

21

Run reports
written

14

Run reports
photographed

2

Group Fitness Activities
led
James Clare went on a group run
Group run
Redbridge

Weekly Group session - meeting at Hainault Station

Mon 27 Jun

Meeting Place: We will meet at Hainault Station - go to the left after exiting the station and we'll meet there, unless it's raining then we'll meet inside the station. There will be place to store bags and a bike in a safe(r) place at the station but don't leave valuables.

What to bring: Please bring suitable weather clothing, gardening gloves and head torch..

Task: TBC

As usual, you're encouraged to walk, run or cycle to the session!

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James Clare signed up to a group run
Group run
Redbridge

Weekly Group session - meeting at Hainault Station

Mon 27 Jun 18:30 pm
Hainault Station, Hainault, IG6 3AA
Will help you stay active and help local community

Meeting Place: We will meet at Hainault Station - go to the left after exiting the station and we'll meet there, unless it's raining then we'll meet inside the station. There will be place to store bags and a bike in a safe(r) place at the station but don't leave valuables.

What to bring: Please bring suitable weather clothing, gardening gloves and head torch..

Task: TBC

As usual, you're encouraged to walk, run or cycle to the session!

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James Clare went on a community mission
Community mission
Redbridge

Lost to a tree

Sun 26 Jun
Report written by James Clare

first job was to see if I could continue from last week and remove a tree root, i could not, might need less spade and more lopers or an axe.

Moving on, 2 others plus myself got on the task of shifting bark to the path, which we continued to 12:30, where we called it a day.

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James Clare went on a community mission
Community mission
Redbridge

Well Oiled

Sat 25 Jun
Report written by Linda

The title of this report refers to a remark Food Bank Task Owner Genevieve made saying that the Food Bank Team now runs like a well oiled machine and she was right. Five GoodGym experienced pickers, packers, shelf fillers and clearer uppers blended in with the other helpers getting on with the job and getting it done in super quick time.

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James Clare went on a community mission
Community mission
Redbridge

Boxing Clever

Fri 24 Jun
Report written by Linda

When we arrived we could barely move in the entrance to Frenford Food bank for boxes from the recent delivery. First on scene Jay, James and Linda made a start on emptying the boxes until Linda and Jay were called away to start packing where they were soon joined by Dharmesh. James continued with clearing the boxes which was expedited by the arrival of Peter and pretty soon we all allocated to packing. After much picking, packing, shifting, singing, dancing and playful shoving we were finished in what seemed like double quick time. A little tidy up, a quick catch up chat over some out of date Capri Sun and a couple of broken biscuits and we were off home.

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James Clare signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Redbridge

Food Bank at Frenford on a Friday

Fri 24 Jun 17:00 pm
Frenford Clubs, The Jack carter centre, The Drive, Ilford, IG1 3PS
helping the foodbank prepare packages for people who need it

The timings of this are loose, turn up when you can and leave early if you need to. Any time you can chip in will be appreciated.

The mutual aid food bank is in need of some helping hands to help prepare and pack food packages for the residents in need. .

As always, you're encouraged to walk/run/cycle to the mission and back, if that's available to you

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James Clare completed a training run • Evening Run
Mon 20 Jun
3.1km
29:11
09:23/km
James Clare completed a training run • Evening Run
Mon 20 Jun
3.3km
26:06
07:56/km
James Clare went on a group run
Group run
Redbridge

'Lets make some noise'

Mon 20 Jun
Report written by Peter Van Tongeren

As before with visiting the Baby Bank at the Cornerstone Church, it is always part of the fun and challenge to find some funny prints. This time was no different, as shown in some of the pictures, with Kathryn's one the inspiration for the title!

James & John & Kathryn set to empty the bags and sort the content, with Linda bagging up selections ready for handing out, with Kathryn joining her soon.

All bags cleared, everything that could be sorted and prepped done, it was time to make our way back to base, so with the grateful thanks of our host we set off into the lovely evening.

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James Clare signed up to a group run
Group run
Redbridge

Cornerstone Baby Bank

Mon 20 Jun 18:30 pm
Wanstead House Community Association, 21 The Green, London, E11 2NT
helping the lovely volunteers to sort some baby stuff

*Meeting Place: * We will meet at Wanstead Community House, a changing room at the rear of the building. There will be place to store bags and a bike in a safe(r) place but don't leave valuables.

What to bring: Please bring **suitable weather clothing

Task: we'll find out the details when we get there, but likely sorting through donations of baby clothing etc

As usual, you're encouraged to walk, run or cycle to the session!

Please note, if you prefer to walk, it might be best to leave a bit earlier to cover the 3km there. Or feel free to meet us at the location - the Church on the corner at 149 Canterbury Road, just behind Whipps Cross hospital. Just let me know if you go direct!

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