We know how much Elizabeth loves a photo of a door knocker so why not name the pun after her obsession ;-)
A big welcome to Cara and Imogen who were taking part in their first GoodGym encounter, hopefully the first of many to come.
Tonight was the last of the Fine City Neighbours postcards, a great task that has kept us busy over the last few months. Matt, Cara and Imogen went in one group, while Mark, Elizabeth and Jonathan formed the other group.
Matt completed a community mission. Instead of watching TV or lying in bed, Matt was out there making their community a better place to be. For making that choice they have earned the community cape.
Matt 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.
GoodGym Norwich have teamed up with the Fine City Neighbours project and we have 20,000 postcards that need delivering to people's homes.
These tasks will take place Monday and Wednesday evenings and we are now focusing on the Central Norwich area.
You'll collect postcards from Hitch or a Task Force member outside The Forum anytime between 5.30-6pm, where you'll be allocated a street or number of streets from our list and then run/walk/cycle to that location to deliver postcards through people's letterboxes.
It shouldn't take no more than 1 hour from the time you set off to deliver the postcards allocated to you. Once you've delivered them you can go straight home, you don't need to return to The Forum.
There should be no need to make contact with people in their homes, but if someone does open their door while you are making a delivery, remember to maintain a 2m distance while speaking with them.
This task should be done within the rule of 6, while keeping 2m apart as per government advice. You'll be grouped upon arrival at The Forum.
We recommend you wear some form of high-vis clothing.
It was great to see a couple of faces I hadn’t seen for several months and also a big welcome to Matt who was taking part in his first GoodGym good deed.
We split into three groups, with a set of streets allocated to each group. Stephen and Matt had the longest route, myself and Rory did the shortest one (followed by fish and chips) and Elizabeth, Penny, Mark, Andy and Liz did the other route.
It was a lovely sunny evening and group to be outside.
We made big in roads this evening and at getting there with the postcards.
Matt has just run their first 10k. 10,000 metres would take you most of the way across London. It's far. Matt now knows a bit of what it might be like to be Mo Farah.