GoodGym (not)parkrun will be hosted by a different GoodGym area each week during lockdown and is aiming to get everyone involved throughout 2021, get fit and active in your local community and carry forward the parkrun spirit, whilst following Covid rules of course.
GG Greenwich is picking up the baton for (not) parkrun on Saturday 6th March! Everyone is very welcome to join!
And remember to follow all Covid rules and guidelines on your run, be safe, be socially-distanced and keep moving!
You can complete your 5K any time on Saturday and submit your time, by midnight on Saturday, using the form
A big shout out to Melanie Young @ GoodGym Bristol (aka tech savvy whizz kid) for creating the results form and who will put the results together for our (not)parkrun events.
To let her know your email address and other useful information, there's a one-off registration form to complete. You can find this here.
If you'd like a photo to be included in the run report, please take a selfie and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pedal, Pharmacy, Prescription, Patient, Pick-up, Pigeons, People, Passageway, Porter, Pedal, Package, Pass-over, Pleased...and lots of Peas on the Pavement.
Still bemused how someone could drop a whole tin of peas so neatly onto the pavement outside the pharmacy, but it entertained both the pigeons and me, with my peculiar penchant for the letter P today...for which of course I blame the peas.
Ms J and I both realised that usually when I arrive at her door we do spend a lot of time discussing the weather, with me explaining what it's really like out there - although she's got pretty good at judging this by the layers I'm wearing. It's good to know that in addition to shopping and wide ranging chat, I'm able to also provide a weather service for her.
With today's spring like weather, it was also good to see the Lamb Chops had made a welcome reappearance onto the post it note - fortunately the world's politest supermarket took what would have been a tough (rugby related) decision out of my hands by only having "British" Lamb Chops on the shelves today as opposed to the Welsh or English versions, although I couldn't help thinking the flowering daffodils outside in the park were a sign...