Following the sell-out event in 2020, this year’s event is sure to be even bigger, with all profits from it continuing to support LGTBQ+ organisations.
You just have to complete a run or walk of any distance of your choice during Pride Month (between 1 June – 30 June). A bespoke, colourful medal will be posted to each entrant (the medal is incredible!).
Individual or Team Entry: You can enter individually or a GoodGym Area can enter a team of 30, where each person can represent a day of June. We’ll post you 30 medals + a personalised collage print of your colourful photos if you send them to us. Please note we only require details of one person when entering a team. Several GoodGym areas took part in 2020.
Entry Fee: Individual: £10.00 + booking fee. Team: £300 + booking fee.
You can enter via this link: https://totalracetiming.co.uk/race/252.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to be part of the GoodGym Norwich team (I'll enter the team and people can pay me via PayPal).
Plenty of bags of donations for us to sort through today. We sorted children's clothes and adult's clothes in all types and sizes. Nothing too crazy or exciting, a few purchases for all three of us though! We also made a friend in the sorting room, very willing to get in the photo...
A donation of baby walker with music came in while we were sorting and it didn't stop playing until Jen wrestled the top off to find the off button before we were all driven mad. The person who donated the walker told us that we needed something long and hard to get the top off.... thank goodness we had Jen!
Meet at Kingston Rec - the gate nearest the Fox Cafe by the playground.
We will head to the footbridge and path that takes you to Tesco Fratton. Lots of rubbish often ends up down there especially from the fast food outlets.
Let me know if you need me to bring you a litter picker!
Wow, Katie 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 quick and satisfying beach clean at the Hot Walls ... at first glance it looked as though the beach was pretty clean, and yet we still managed to gather quite a haul of beer caps, polystyrene, cotton bud stalks, fishing line and rope, as well as Jo's get-rich-quick £1 coin!
The tide was so low, we could walk along the beach in front of the Round Tower.
We finished our hour by litter-picking in front of the Hot Wall shops and cafe, but it was all surprisingly clean.