Wow, John 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!
A really enjoyable afternoon spent celebrating the combined event of Jo Cox's The Great Walk Together and Refugee Week with themes of "More in common than divides us" and "We Cannot Walk Alone"
10 people from GoodGym Liverpool and the Humanise Community Club came together to walk 5.06 (according to Stava) miles from Otterspool Prom, down the river side coastal path, to Liverpool's iconic Three Graces at Pier Head.
The Great Get Together suggested discussion topics for us to get our chatter on, themed around home, kindness and welcome, and we definitely found we have more in common, with lots of links and connections amongst us. Liverpool is famously known as a village in a city and it really showed today.
Aleasha Chaunte, Co-Dorector of One September/Humanise Community Club, said
"This was a lovely restart for the Humanise Club after a year of remote activity. Getting together to talk is the reason for our club to exist. Meeting with GoodGym Liverpool was a good way to introduce new people and new perspectives and I am looking forward to collaborating again"
We left today with excited discussions about further combined activities to plan!
A shout out to John for marking it to his 12 month mission streak badge today, meaning he's cleared gardens, moved furniture, changed light bulbs and painted fences in spring, summer, autumn and winter.
//The Great Walk Together celebrating Refugee Week
This UK-wide walk event brings people together to celebrate TheGreat Get Together’s #MoreInCommon message, and simultaneously take part in Refugee Week and its theme, ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’, by inviting you to extend your hand to someone new.
//One September and the Humanise Community Club
One September is a performance production company that is motivated to challenge injustice and promote human rights through high-quality, socially engaged arts practice.
The central question at the heart of the Humanise Club is that of dehumanisation. Our world is ideologically divided and most members of the club have experienced this dehumanisation and discrimination, whether that is because of their immigration status, gender identity, sexual orientation or educational achievement.
Members of the Humanise club will be joining us for this walk and talk along the river!
We will be walking from Otterspool Prom along the beautiful waterfront all the way to the Three Graces at Pier Head, just a little over 4 miles. Here's the what three words like for the meet up point: https://what3words.com/hoot.solved.name