This weeks Chellenge is Postcode Lotto!
The Rules - Run/Walk through as many postcodes as you can (including your home address). You can do this in as many activities as you wish from Monday 11th - Saturday 16th January.
The Prize - Use the numbers from your postcodes (SE15 / SE22 / SE5) to chance your luck on the Saturday Lotto draw 7.45pm.
Share in comments what your Lotto numbers are, so we can see who could be a winner!!
The minimum Lotto prize is for 2 corrrect numbers, so if you run through 2 postcodes then you can chose your remaining numbers from 1-59. And if you manage to run to 6 different postcodes you could use all six of those numbers! The choice is yours...
Please play responsibily, stay safe and maintain social distancing. Any questions let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
In a fun game of I-Spy, this weeks Challenge was to try and count what you see whilst out on your run! This could be anything you see everday, or something you've never noticed before!
You might often find when you are running, your mind goes off somewhere else, which is one of the joys of running. So this challenge was set to focus ourselves to stay in the present, and share what is around us.
And the results are in.. Along the roads and rivers our GoodGymers runners kept their eyes peeled and counted their fingers! Girija top scored with 132 boats, and Emily had her hands full counting 105 dogs!
In the more unexpected, Paulin saw a startled fox, Jo came across a single glove* and an ironwork butterfly, and sadly Harriet reported a large amount of litter!
Towards the end of my run I saw a road sign I hadn't noticed before warning road users to beware of ducks crossing!
Well done everyone, great effort in counting and thanks for sharing!