Marieke

Ealing

Organisations Marieke has pledged to support

76Good deeds

174runs

339cheers

Marieke signed up to a mission • Deliver groceries for Mrs U.
Fri 5 Mar
Marieke completed a training run • Interval Run
Tue 2 Mar
5.0km
34:33
06:58/km
Marieke completed a training run • Evening Run
Tue 2 Mar
5.0km
34:31
06:51/km
Marieke signed up to a mission • Deliver groceries for Ms N
Sat 27 Feb
Marieke signed up to a mission • Deliver groceries for Mrs U
Sat 27 Feb
Marieke completed a training run • Lunch Run
Fri 26 Feb
10.3km
01:09:04
06:40/km
Marieke completed a training run • Lunch Run
Fri 26 Feb
10.3km
01:08:49
06:40/km
Marieke went on a community mission
Community mission
Ealing

It's all about getting the delivery right!

Thu 25 Feb
Report written by Liv Parker-Scott

While we're still locked down, GoodGym Ealing is out there delivering essential food supplies to families across Ealing

Here's how it went down this week:

  • Bryon, Ellie & Ed were the fantastic walking team this week. Sharing the load and getting in a lovely walk and upper body workout all in one!
  • Mike & Milly teamed up for a drop in Southall this week
  • Fay & Marieke paired up on their bikes for a drop in Acton
  • Navjeet is our ever present superstar driver and always takes on any delivieres she can, this week was no different!
  • Annette & Harvey were our second bike team this week
  • Always happy to help, this week Caz used her lunch break to help deliver for us
  • And last but not least Muhammad picked up our final delivery for this week, we'd be lost without him!

At the moment we support this task every Thursday, so do keep an eye on the WhatsApp Group and the Ealing Community Mission events page and get involved if you can!

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Marieke signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Ealing

DRIVERS, CYCLISTS AND WALKERS NEEDED! Deliver essential food on behalf of EAP across Ealing

Thu 25 Feb 11:30 am
THE William Hobbayne Centre , St Dunstan's Road, London, W7 2HB
Collect a food parcel and deliver it to a local family during lockdown 3.0

Ealing Alternative Provision provides education for young people who are unable to follow their education in the mainstream setting. They are supporting a few local families with food parcels and are looking for volunteers to help deliver them on Thursday lunchtimes.

Please note: They are working with The William Hobbayne Charity to sort and supply the food so parcels will be collected from there and NOT the school

This Thursday they have 7 families that need delivering and we need as many people as possible to help out

Option 1: 1.6 miles - drop off near Hanwell Community Centre to a family of 5 - Ideally three walkers / cyclists working together

Option 2: 1.4 miles - drop off near Hanwell Community Centre to a family of 4 - Ideally two walkers / cyclists working together

Option 3: 4.2 miles - drop off near Cayton Green Park (Greenford) to a family of 4 - Ideally two cyclists working together or a driver

Option 4: 4.2 miles - drop off near Rectory Park to a family of 5 - Ideally three cyclists working together or a driver

Option 5: 3.7 miles - drop off near Northala Fields to a family of 3 - Ideally two cyclists working together or a driver

Option 6: 3.2 miles - drop off near Southall Recreation Ground to a family of 5 - Ideally three cyclists working together or a driver

Option 7: 3.6 miles - drop off near Acton Central Station to a family of 3 - Ideally two cyclists working together or a driver

Once you've signed up please comment below which parcel(s) you are able to deliver, if you can be flexible that would be amazing! Please only sign up if you can commit to one of the above locations.

Instructions:

  • Parcels should be collected from The William Hobbayne Centre on Boston Road between 11:30am and 1pm

  • June will be there to meet you

  • You'll be given the confidential full address of the family to deliver to, please let them know which option you have signed up for

  • You'll then head out and drop off the parcels at the doorstep of the address you've been given and knock to ensure the family know that the parcel has arrived

  • Any problems with deliveries call the school 0208 991 8570 or contact Ellen on 07908170934

The parcels are quite large make sure you're happy to carry the items and definitely bring a big large rucksack to carry them, especially if you're cycling.

Any questions, drop me an email to olivia@goodgym.org

Once we have the right number of sign ups, I'll send you a confirmation email.

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Marieke went on a mission
Mission
Hounslow

Speedy Gone-zales

Tue 23 Feb
Report written by Lucy Hill

Three of us met on a balmy Tuesday evening to help Mr R move some furniture. A group of GoodGymmers (what is the collective term for a group of GoodGymmers? A deed of GoodGymmers? A gaggle? A galaxy? If anyone knows, I would appreciate knowing, thank you. Anyway, said collective noun of GoodGymmers had attended a mission at the weekend to move some furniture for Mr R down the stairs, and the task for today was to take it outside ready for collection by the council in the morning.

In no time at all, the old bed and headboard, a selection of mattresses, a mirror and a chest of drawers were all transported from inside to outside and neatly lined up outside Mr R’s. Mr R was most grateful for our help, and as it was such a quickly and efficiently completed task, there was time for a little socially distanced door step chat... There was no avoiding the C word, but we all shared our vaccination stories, and Mr R told us that all he wanted to do was to get to the pub and have a pint in ‘Spoons. Don’t we all Mr R! One day, we might meet again, but let’s hope that that day is at the Red Lion and Pineapple!

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