Kate

Bristol

2Good deeds

2runs

0cheers

Kate went on a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Freshening up the St Werburgh's Community Farm Gardens

Tue 1 Jun

Join us as we sweep, weed, plant and tidy the St Werburg's Community Farm Gardens this spring.

Meet by the lovely open access community garden situated near the community farm on Mina Road. If you get lost, look out for the giant cockerel sculpture!

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Kate signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Freshening up the St Werburgh's Community Farm Gardens

Tue 1 Jun 18:00 pm
St Werburgh's Community Garden, Mina Road, Bristol, BS2 9YH
Give local people a tranquil garden to enjoy

Join us as we sweep, weed, plant and tidy the St Werburg's Community Farm Gardens this spring.

Meet by the lovely open access community garden situated near the community farm on Mina Road. If you get lost, look out for the giant cockerel sculpture!

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Kate signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Litter picking with Surfers Against Sewage

Sat 6 Mar 10:00 am
Clifton side of the river, Under the Suspension Bridge, Bristol, Portway
Make the gorge gorgeous

Come help make the gorge tidy! It’s been a long time since it has received some TLC. Wear your oldest shoes possible - it gets muddy! PLEASE bring some bin bags if you can, and don't forget your gloves!

We will meet on the cycling path along the Portway just underneath the bridge. Enter the three words below on the what-three-words website to find the exact location: bake.logs.jets

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Kate has earned their community cape by completing their first community mission. Wed 21 Apr 2021

Kate completed a community mission. Instead of watching TV or lying in bed, Kate was out there making their community a better place to be. For making that choice they have earned the community cape.

Kate has done their first good deed with GoodGym. Wed 21 Apr 2021

Kate is a now a fully fledged GoodGym runner. They've just run to do good for the first time. They are out there making amazing things happen and getting fit at the same time.

Kate went on a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Flower power sand fans

Wed 21 Apr
Report written by Melanie Young

An email request begging for help brought huge excitement to Bristol GoodGym with an urgent need to shift and spread 6 tonnes of sand across some space that had been lawn, to increase the wildlife and plants right in the heart of the city. GoodGymmers who were still at work spied on us from afar.

In the (not) shadow of City Hall on a gloriously sunny late afternoon, red t-shirts approached from all directions on foot and on bikes and 11 GoodGymmers split into their groups of a 5 and a 6 to be sand-shifters or sand-spreaders across a pleasing trapezium*, entitled to 4 of the 6 dumpy bags of sand.

Social distancing went vertical as Shreena enjoyed being the tallest GoodGymmer, standing on her sack of sand.

It was especially lovely to welcome Kate and Patrick to their first ever GoodGym session - we hope to see you again really soon.

Charlee, from the Bristol and Bath Parks Foundation and Joe from ParkWork (long-term friend of GoodGym) were super impressed with the speed of spreadage and after lots of hardwork we had a vote on further raking or a fitness session. Tge raking won and the sport Synchronised Socially Distanced Raking was born - already listed as a demonstration sport for the 2028 Olympics.

It was fantastic to be back in the heart of the city, getting fit by doing good.

*Maths is fun

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Kate signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

The shifting sands of College Green - 5 o’clock

Wed 21 Apr 17:00 pm
College Green, Bristol , BS1 5TR
Provide an opportunity for local people to connect to nature right in the heart of the city

College Green is getting a facelift!

Is raking your thing? With a bit of shovelling?

We need to spread and level 6 tonnes of sand to prepare the ground at College Green to be planted with 500sqm of wildflower meadow.

How amazing is this going to be for Bristol? 😍

Once the flowers are blooming, this new habitat will support thousands of new species and provide an opportunity for local people to connect to nature right in the heart of the city.

We’ll have two groups of 11, split into smaller Covid-safe groups of 5 and six, working with Charlee from the Bristol and Bath Parks Foundation - this is at 5 o’clock, the other group will start at 6 o’clock.

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