I am from Crewe with a Sociology degree from Bangor University. I worked for BR and various IT companies before retiring in 2017.
Tonight we will be meeting at the George's (near Simply Gym on West Street) where we'll be doing a fitness session, litter picking and a run/walk. The run will be a maxium of 5k and the walk a maximum of3k.
Litter pickers and bags will be provied, so all you need to bring is yourslves - if you have a head torch and you'd lik eo bring it along for the evening, please do, as it may get dark towards the end.
There might even be some biscuits on offer at the end (if I remember that is!!!).
If you'd like to come on your bike, they can be locked up by the railings at the Wishing Well.
Emily, Claire, Karen & Nigel & Maurice had a productive night back with Motherwell again this week (a hatrick).
We had two groups this evening - a walking group and a running group. I love that we can have both options available so that it's inclusive for all
Tonight, the lovely Claire headed up the running group (Nicola still plagued with covid!) and took the gang on a lovely little tour though Wistaston. Karen headed up the walking group and took her and Nigel on a somewhat hilly route (no cursing I hope Nigel?). Everyone made it back to base safe and sound, ready for the task ahead.
As always, the lovely Kate was at the helm, organising us and telling us what needed doing and what needed to go where. Tonight's task was no less important than any other week - in fact maybe more so..... tonight the gang were organising and sorting school uniform and baby clothes. In times when people are finding themselves struggling due to increased living costs as well as the implications of a global pandemic, help and support like a uniform exchange is more vital than ever. Receiving donations and support from organisations like Motherwell can sometimes quite literally be the thing that keeps them out of crisis.
Well done to Motherwell for supporting our community in such an amazing way and well done to our fabulous team for their continued hard work, dedication and commitment to helpin their community too.
You're all incredible and I'm proud to know each and every one of you!
Have a great week and keep up the good work.
Love & hugs
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Tonight we will be helping with sorting through donations that have been received for the uniform exchange and the baby bank. So many families haven affected by the far reaching effects of covid and the implication to their finances, so this service is more vital than ever in helping to support families in need.