LIkes outdoors and beaches works on conservation on Poole heathlands and Brownsea.
Rachel has asked us to come in an do a little tidy up of their flower beds and with a bit of luck there may also be a bit of painting involved.
Please bring some gardening gloves with you, and don't wear your favourite running gear in case it gets messy!
Keith has already done 25 good deeds with GoodGym. Instead of doing anything else, they've used their run to go and help people that need their help; digging, lifting, scraping, clearing, planting and weeding. Stuff that makes this a better place to be.
Leah, Keith and Sarah met Cheryl at Stourfield Infant School on Saturday to help the school set up some planters for the children to learn about growing food and staying healthy.
They were welcomed by beautiful weather and surrounded by lovely wildlife.
They managed to sort out lots of the planters and get things in place for the children to start growing their own food.
Great work guys!
Very well organised, with great multi group teamwork to help place raised food and vegetable beds in people's gardens to empower them to grow their own produce. Great sense that people in the estate felt the team was supporting them to use their garden more easily by raising the work areas. At the end of the day everybody was energised as they had really made a difference.
Cheryl at Planet Doctors, who've we've helped before with planting and clearing needs our help with a new project starting up at Stourfield Infant School.
We have special dispensation to the enter the school on the weekend so it would be great to get lots of us down to help.
Meeting is 9am and finish time is 10:30am. Please bring some gardening gloves if you have some.
Michael and Angela from Grounded Community are leading on a new project at Beaufort Community Centre. They need as many hands as possible and you'll be working together with other groups and people.
They are meeting at 10am and going through until 2pm. Bring a spade or a wheelbarrow if you have one please!
Goodgym Bournemouth hit the Durley Chine once again and what a great evening for a litter-pick. Nicola and Caprice welcomed newbie Tristam by the seafront, where they then went to find Bournemouth's very own serial litter-pickers Lea and Keith. These guys already hard at it picking the car park! Many treasures were discovered, a number of socks, shoes and even some pants, nice! Tristan even found a traffic cone high up in the foliage. We ended the mission by finding a working toy plane and had lots of fun flying it down the Chine. Mission success! And well done to Lea for hitting 25 good deeds! She deserves her black T-shirt already what with all her other litter-picks she gets up to!!
Lea is doing a litter pick at the top of the Tropical Gardens, off West Overcliff Drive, BH4 8AE.
Please meet at 9:30am and will pick until around 10:45am.
Coffee at Vesuvios after for those interested.
Please bring gloves and a litter picker if you have one!