Liv Parker-Scott

GoodGym area activator in Ealing. I love running, walking & cycling for mental & physical wellbeing!

Ealing

Area Activator
Run Leader
Organisations Liv Parker-Scott has pledged to support

351Good deeds

1,144runs

9,344cheers

Liv Parker-Scott signed up to a training session
Training session
Ealing

Conolly Dell Ponds - Running Fitness Session

Tue 18 May 20:00 pm
Conolly Dell Ponds, Conolly Road, Hanwell, W7 3JW
We're back meeting in person getting fit and doing good!

Tonight we'll meet at 8pm by Conolly Dell Ponds where we’ll complete a socially distanced fitness session in the park.

The session will be suitable for all abilities and fitness levels and will involve some running but all paces are welcome so come along and workout with some other lovely GoodGymers in person!

If you'd like to join the litter picking community mission before at 7pm, click here.

We'll be meeting at 8pm by Conolly Dell Ponds at the junction of Conolly Road and Station Road.

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Liv Parker-Scott signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Ealing

Litter picking around Conolly Dell Ponds - We're back out again playing litter pick bingo!

Tue 18 May 19:00 pm
Conolly Dell Ponds, Conolly Road, Hanwell, W7 3JW
Help support our local outdoor green spaces in Hanwell

Tonight we are hitting a litter hot spot in Hanwell!

We'll be meeting at 7pm by Conolly Dell Ponds at the junction of Conolly Road and Station Road to grab tools

What do you need to take part?

  • Gloves - preferably the gardening kind!
  • Hand sanitiser - it's a staple these days!
  • A mask - in case we need to pop inside or get too close

This is a great opportunity to help improve a local space, plus you'll be outside and making a difference with a group of awesome people!

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Liv Parker-Scott completed a ride • Watopia
Sun 16 May
29.0km
01:00:12
02:04/km
Liv Parker-Scott completed a training run • Not Elthorne parkrun
Sat 15 May
5.0km
28:28
05:41/km
Liv Parker-Scott completed a walk • Morning Walk
Thu 13 May
11.5km
01:57:33
10:12/km
Liv Parker-Scott completed a training run • Afternoon Run
Wed 12 May
3.2km
19:05
05:54/km
Liv Parker-Scott completed a ride • Commute 🖥
Wed 12 May
5.3km
19:30
03:40/km
Wed 12 May
24.7km
46:02
01:51/km
Liv Parker-Scott went on a community mission
Community mission
Ealing

We're back again helping cut back overgrown land around small trees for The William Hobbayne Charity

Tue 11 May

The William Hobbayne Charity need help for an hour in this evening to help maintain land near the canal where new trees were planted a few years ago.

We'll be meeting at 6:30pm outside The Fox to grab tools and walk down to the canal.

What do you need to take part?

  • Gloves - preferably the gardening kind!
  • Hand sanitiser - it's a staple these days!
  • A mask - in case we need to pop inside or get too close

This is a great opportunity to help a charity that does so much in our local community, plus you'll be outside and making a difference with a group of awesome people!

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Liv Parker-Scott signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Richmond

Balsam.... and so it begins

Mon 31 May 18:30 pm
Petersham Lodge Woods , River Lane, Richmond, TW10 7AG
Help to control the spread of this greedy weed that disrupts the biodiversity in our area

For some you will be all too familiar with Balsam Bashing and the joy that pulling it brings as well as the nettles and stings in doing so.

Every year for the last 5 GG Richmond have tackled this huge beanstalk to help control the spread of it's pollinators along our riverside and this year the council and environment agencies in our community are rallying troops to assist again and so have been in talks with us.

For those that don't know you can find out more on why we pull the balsam here https://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk/discover-wild-plants-nature/plant-fungi-species/himalayan-balsam

What it looks like is here https://www.google.com/search?q=himalayan+balsam&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwinwszau8HwAhXT0oUKHVEIDE8Q2-cCegQIABAA&oq=himalayan+balsam&gs_lcp=CgNpbWcQAzIICAAQsQMQgwEyAggAMgIIADICCAAyAggAMgIIADICCAAyAggAMgIIADICCAA6BwgjEOoCECc6BAgjECc6BAgAEEM6BwgAELEDEENQz9wzWJbiNGDh7DRoAnAAeAKAAZ4BiAHaKJIBBDUzLjiYAQCgAQGqAQtnd3Mtd2l6LWltZ7ABCsABAQ&sclient=img&ei=nmKaYKf7LtOllwTRkLD4BA&bih=969&biw=1920&rlz=1C1CHBF_en-GBGB793GB794

Lots of info so bear with me and I will try to catch it all.

Initially we have been asked to help at Petersham Lodge woods area here https://www.richmond.gov.uk/services/parks_and_open_spaces/find_a_park/petersham_lodge_woods

Depending how many we have attend and how well we do and considering social distancing etc then if we can please also start to tackle Queen Elizabeth Field too! This is up from the Lodge woods but only slightly. It is the area we start on every year and is found just along from the entrance to the scouts in Petersham along the river.

Things to consider ...

Social distancing / Footwear sturdy and if wet maybe boots / gloves and definitely long sleeves and leggings / mossie repellant and some form of potential sting relief from nettles.

It is a jungle out there guys but those of you who have faced it before will know full well how satisfying the task is

Please leave what you pull in minimal piles landside. So higher piles of less stacks of balsam is the guide and to the back of landside area away from the river edge (out of sight as poss) is best.

Please note how many stacks you do make and rough height so we can feedback to the council.

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