Nurjehan

Haringey

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Nurjehan completed a training run • Sunday Peace Day
Sun 19 Sep
8.1km
50:35
06:16/km
Nurjehan completed a training run • St. Albans Parkrun - New Grass Course
Sat 18 Sep
5.0km
29:40
05:54/km
Nurjehan completed a training run • Friday 5
Fri 17 Sep
5.1km
35:09
06:49/km
Nurjehan signed up to a group run
Group run
Haringey

TRAID Needs You!

Wed 22 Sep 18:45 pm
Blue House Yard, 5 River Park Road, London, N22 7TB
Come and help us give this ethical clothing charity a hand

Who Are You Wearing?!

TRAID (Textile Reuse and International Development) is a UK charity working to tackle and solve the problems caused by producing, consuming and disposing of clothes. And their Wood Green store needs some help to get the floor ready for the next cycle of clothes. Come and help us sort out clothes, pack away hangers, and generally imbibe in some awesome ol' school GoodGym vibes. It'll be great!

We're really cool. Really!

GoodGym is a community of runners that combine getting fit with doing good. We stop off on our runs to do physical tasks for community organisations and to support isolated older people with social visits and one-off tasks they can't do on their own.

Go on, you know you want to!

We'll be meeting at Blue House Yard, run, do a good deed - all within 90 minutes. We meet at 6.45pm and leave by 7.00pm.

If you are new to all this, don't be shy and don't be worried about feeling left out, we make everyone feel very welcome. We welcome runners of all abilities and never leave anyone behind. If you have any questions please email me on euclides@goodgym.org

See you there!

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Nurjehan completed a training run • GGH - Literacy Pirates
Wed 15 Sep
8.0km
53:44
06:43/km
Nurjehan went on a group run
Group run
Haringey

To Err Is Human. But To Arr Is Pirate

Wed 15 Sep
Report written by Euclides Montes

6 rugged Goodgymmers, battles with the waves of North London as they ran to lend a hand to the wonderful LIteracy Pirates in Tottenham.

Kudos Corner

We are led to believe our very own Nurjehan turned a year older when in truth it looks like she's not aged a day over 21. All the same, a very happy birthday to our Haringey rock star! <3

Guts and Glory

When we were one, we ran around,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

Some orange pop to fizz my tum

A Pirates’ life for me’.

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When we were two, Lordship Lane came into view,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

A velvety cake to fill my tum

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were three, we leafleted free,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

Avoid the dead fox, with an empty tum

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were four, we put up posters galore,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

Nurjehan bumped into an old chum,

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were five, ain't no time for no jive,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of River Lea.

Birthday shanties we sung,

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were six, it's time for pics,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

A selfie here, no one look glum,

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were seven, erm... what rhymes with seven,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

Heaven or Devon, that rhymes with seven,

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were eight, it was getting late

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

Time to plan the weekend's parkrun,

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were nine, Gramps wants some wine,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

We're done here now, time for home,

A Pirate’s life for me’.

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When we were ten, we'll do it again,

The day we went to sea.

We climbed aboard a pirate ship

And good ol' Gramps said to me:

‘We’re going this way, that way,

Forwards backwards,

Over the valley of the River Lea.

Joined us next week for loads more fun

A Pirate’s life for me’.


We have a lovely Saturday Community Mission in Wood Green, and then we'll be visiting Traid on Wednesday for some fashionable shenanigans. Join us :)

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Nurjehan completed a training run • Happy Birthday Me
Tue 14 Sep
8.1km
52:46
06:32/km
Nurjehan signed up to a group run
Group run
Haringey

Weigh Anchor and Hoist the Mizzen!

Wed 15 Sep 18:45 pm
Blue House Yard, 5 River Park Road, London, N22 7TB
Come and help the Literacy Pirates and be a pirate for an evening!

We'll be lending the Pirates in Tottenham a hand. We'll dress up for the ocassion and then head into N17 to hand out leaflets and put up posters. Join us!

The Run

We'll do a 4kish run to task (one way) so bring your Oyster card for afterwards

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Nurjehan completed a training run • Monday Struggle
Mon 13 Sep
11.0km
01:13:58
06:42/km
Nurjehan completed a training run • Flat out Friday Half.
Fri 10 Sep
21.4km
02:18:44
06:28/km
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