Nathalie Levi

Slow and steady, not winning any races...

Bristol

TaskForce

128Good deeds

258runs

355cheers

TaskForce achievements

12

Community Missions
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1

Group Runs
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Walking Groups
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Run reports
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2

Run reports
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Nathalie Levi signed up to a group run
Group run
Bristol

Group Run - Better Bristol - 22 Feb

Tue 22 Feb 18:15 pm
Queen Square, Bristol, BS1 4LH
Tidier Bristol happier GoodGymmers

It's Tuesday so it's a group run, meeting in (and returning to) Queen Square and leaving there at 6.30 - It's dark so bring a head torch as well as your gloves!

It’s all the 2s for 22/2/22 and we’ll be spreading GoodGym loveliness somewhere!

Changing facilities, lockers and loos are available at Workout Harbourside - bring your own padlock or inventive personal prized possession to swap for one of theirs if you want to lock your, er, locker. Otherwise it’s just an er. Make sure you’re back out in Queen Square for 6.20!

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Nathalie Levi signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Royate Hill Community Orchard

Sun 30 Jan 11:00 am
Royate Hill Community Orchard, Bristol, Near BS5 7EN
Give the area a spruce up

We will be helping out at the orchard to spruce it up and make it a generally nice place to be.

To get there see the excellent map provided for us in the task image above (find the smiley face) or use the what3word location https://w3w.co/rival.retail.bother

If we’ve already gone in and you can’t find us you can contact me on 07515 679241

Hope to see you there 🙂

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Nathalie Levi went on a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

The Dig (Sutton Hoo? No match for us)

Sat 22 Jan
Report written by Nathalie Levi

The weather was finally with us for the long awaited great St George’s Park excavation. An intrepid team of highly skilled GoodGyarcheologists set about the central bed, turning over centuries of compacted earth to reveal the treasures within; clay pipes, bits of old plate, ice cream spoons and a lighter. These were carefully collected by the esteemed Sara and taken back for scientific analysis (to Liz’s house - the park volunteer who lives two doors down from me). As all experienced archaeologists know, you can’t make groundbreaking discoveries without breaking up some actual ground and digging out all the old plants, roots and weeds. We left the central bed transformed, emptied of treasures and ready to be replanted next week. Then celebrated with coffee and cakes at the kiosk.

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Nathalie Levi signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Various tidying projects at St Werburgh's Park Nursery School

Sat 5 Feb 11:00 am
St Werburghs Park Nursery School, Glenfrome Rd, Bristol , BS2 9UX
Making the school look better

This is going to be an ongoing task with various tidying projects at different times of the year.

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Nathalie Levi signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Digging in the Community Garden 22/01/22

Sat 22 Jan 10:30 am
Bake Box, St George's Park, Bristol, BS5 7NT
Making the best park even better

Take two attempt at digging out the central bed in the delightful community garden at St George's Park and getting it ready for some much needed repairs. Hopefully we won’t be rained off this time!

Meeting at the Bake Box kiosk (most tempting ever meeting place?) in the middle of the Park near the playground (what 3 words ///bonus.keys.rinse). We might even get a hot drink afterwards :)

Tools provided but please bring your own gloves. All outdoors so masks not required.

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Nathalie Levi went on a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Tappin' off dry January with some scything in the rain

Sat 8 Jan
Report written by Bristol runner

For once the weather forecast didn't lie and it was raining buckets on this Saturday morning. Not intimidated by the floods, we had a surprisingly great turn out for another mission at the Northern Slopes. Scything was nearly impossible in this rain but David gave it a go anyway and cut his way through the thick bramble. Others opted for loppers, probably a safer choice, but nonetheless still useful to remove branches at eye-height and making the "tunnel" (aka a narrow way between to hedges) more easily accessible to passersby and dog walkers. The tunnel also got a much-needed flooring/drainage upgrade to turn its muddy surface into a shiny new "yellow gravel road". The best way for gravel installation turned out to be "tap dancing" to smoothen out the new path. A selected group of GoodGymers couldn't get enough of dancing in the rain and stayed on a bit longer to make sure the final bags of gravel were securely installed. ...or maybe is was the combination of rain, mud and rhythm that got people to channel their spirit animal - seagull - since as a behavioural biologist I couldn't miss the parallels between the dancing Goodgymers and gulls which perform a very similar kind to tapping behaviour to attract rain worms (definitely NOT looking at you Christopher but you might want to youtube "Seagull riverdance" ).

The final crew did an excellent job in litter hunting and pulled out some seriously dodgy things from the hedges, including some graveyard flowers and a lawnmower. Massive shout out to Leo and Martin for attending their first ever GoodGym task despite the rainy madness.

Well done everyone for showing up that day!

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Nathalie Levi completed a training run • That was hard
Sat 8 Jan
6.0km
40:02
06:38/km
Nathalie Levi signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Tidying up Northern Slopes

Sat 8 Jan 09:30 am
Nover's Hill Steps, Northern Slopes, Novers Hill, Parson Street, Lynton Road Junction, Bristol, BS3 5RD
Improve a local green space

Come and join us at Northern Slopes at 9:30 to make the area look more tidy by addressing the regrown, defining the paths, clearing space for more trees as well as some litter-picking in the area

The map function on here will take you to the wrong place.

We will be meeting at the top of Novers Steps. Look up manage.stones.burst on what3words.com to see the exact location.

Please bring your own gloves. Tools will be provided. As some parts of this task involve thick bramble bushes, please consider adequate clothing.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Nathalie Levi signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bristol

Digging in the Community Garden 08/01/22

Sat 8 Jan 11:00 am
Bake Box, St George's Park, Bristol, BS5 7NT

Please note that this community mission has been cancelled.

Making the best park even better

What better way to spend a Saturday than digging out the central bed in the delightful community garden at St George's Park and getting it ready for some much needed repairs?

Meeting at the Bake Box kiosk (most tempting ever meeting place?) in the middle of the Park near the playground (what 3 words ///bonus.keys.rinse). We might even get a hot drink afterwards :)

Tools provided but please bring your own gloves. All outdoors so masks not required.

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