Paul Isherwood

Windsor and Maidenhead

23Good deeds



Paul Isherwood went on a training session
Training session

A (virtual) pint of the dark stuff

Sun 19 Sep
Report written by Bethan Greenaway

A HUGE number of Goodgymers rose to the challenge of completing a 10K over the weekend with the aim of becoming world record holders, watch out Mo Farrah!

We will know soon whether the challenge of setting the record for the most people running a virtual 10K run in 2021! Fingers crossed!!

If nothing else us Goodgymers seem to have had a fabulous time. I've very much enjoyed the pictures of ice-creams, beautiful views and gorgeous smiling faces which have been popping up in my inbox.

Well done everyone!

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Sun 19 Sep
Paul Isherwood completed a training run • Evening Run
Tue 31 Aug
Paul Isherwood completed a training run • Evening Run
Sun 29 Aug
Wed 4 Aug
Mon 2 Aug
Paul Isherwood went on a community mission
Community mission
Windsor and Maidenhead

Relocation, relocation, relocation!

Thu 29 Jul
Report written by Sophie Lack

We met at the Harmony Centre on Cordwallis Street (despite Hannah and Sophie getting the address wrong and knocking on the door of someones house in the next road!) and got straight to work, carrying things down the steep & narrow staircase and loading up the cars of the 3 lovely ladies at The Autism Group. The task was to help them move premises, so there were lots of bags, boxes, furniture and TVs!

Once the cars were loaded, Paul and Sophie ran just over 1km to the new premises on Maidenhead high street, whilst Hannah, Sheila and Kanika walked. It meant Paul and Sophie had to resist the temptation of the delicious smelling street food being cooked next door!

The walkers and cars arrived and we set to work in the form of an Olympic Gold relay team, passing things up the stairs to reach the new premises. Paul and Sophie covered the downstairs set of stairs moving things from ground level to half way up, whilst Hannah, Sheila and Kanika tackled the upper level and ensured everything was placed into their new home. The most challenging item was a pretty heavy shelving unit which was definitely a team effort!

We were rewarded with water and shortbread and all felt like we'd had a great workout! We felt like we had re-lay helped them out!

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Paul Isherwood signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Windsor and Maidenhead

Helping The Autism Group move premises

Thu 29 Jul 19:00 pm
Harmony Education Centre, 4 Cordwallis Street, Maidenhead, SL6 7BE
Help this Maidenhead based charity move to their new home

The Autism Group are a Maidenhead based charity committed to supporting and enhancing the lives of young people on the autistic spectrum, their parents and carers. They are moving premises and have asked for our help. This task will require lifting bags, boxes and dissembled furniture up and down stairs and you will be indoors for some of the time so please bring a face mask as well as your protective gloves.

Please note that this task will take place across 2 locations. We will meet at the Harmony Education Centre on Cordwallis Street to load things up. We will then go on foot in small groups to the new premises at 69 High Street to unload. The distance between the two addresses is approximately 1km.

There is limited parking in bays marked 'Harmony' at the start location, as well as on streets nearby. The expectation is that more than one person will be returning to the start location at the end, so you won't need to do that journey alone if you don't want to.

Can't wait to see you there!

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Paul Isherwood completed a training run • Wet n wild!
Tue 13 Jul
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