Rushabh Haria

Kingston upon Thames

4Good deeds

14runs

30cheers

Sun 10 Jan
7.4km
44:47
06:04/km
Rushabh Haria completed a training run • Easin back in
Tue 22 Dec
7.0km
43:55
06:18/km
Rushabh Haria completed a training run • Jog to GoodGym
Tue 15 Dec
1.7km
09:54
05:58/km
Rushabh Haria has logged a 10 mile run. Sat 7 Nov 2020

10 miles is a long way, and Rushabh knows 'cos they've run it. We are seriously impressed and hope you are too

Rushabh Haria completed a training run • Easing back in
Sat 7 Nov
10.0km
01:06:15
06:35/km
Rushabh Haria signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Kingston upon Thames

Helping with the set up and running of a community Market (Part 1) - Cancelled due to lockdown

Sat 21 Nov 09:00 am
Maple Works, 73 Maple Road, Surbiton, KT6 4AG

Please note that this community mission has been cancelled.

Help improve community spirit, tradition, and monies for local charities!

Surbiton Farmers Market is back!! AND we were so appreciated for our help on the last one that they are hoping we can assist again ...

This is a two part CM so you can join in the first leg or the next (Part 2 of course)

The market has been running in the community for 11 years and suffered like lots due to COVID this year. So although it is back it will be with safe social distancing guidelines but still trying to keep a community feel to it so plenty of organising and overseeing involved.

Surbiton Farmers' Market was set up by volunteers from the community for the community. Stallholders who trade at the market are business organisations but the organisation of the market itself is entirely volunteer-run and all of the surplus raised from pitch fees, etc supports local charities and good causes.

They have raised over £70,000 for charities and good causes benefitting Kingston and surrounding areas over the years.

The CM is listed as 2 hours as that is the max norm but the market will run from 9 to 1pm so if you do decide to stay then best liaise with the Market organiser Robyn to discuss that but it could just be you wish to help at the start or end. Feel free to email robyn.mcallister@hotmail.co.uk to discuss the morning or in case you need on route then best number for the morning is 07931691129

Best bring your face mask with you just in case

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Rushabh Haria signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Kingston upon Thames

ROUND 2 - Stand by your Beds!! BIO BEDS that is! - Cancelled due to lockdown

Tue 24 Nov 18:30 pm
Queen Elizabeth Rd, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 6RL

Please note that this community mission has been cancelled.

Help improve the ambience, biodiversity of our local green spaces

2nd part of a local project with I.D Verde and the wonderful Andrew as task owner where we hit the more central spots in our community.

This time ID verde are focusing on the BioBeds at Meeting Point - Junction of Queen Elizabeth Ave / Birkenhead Road https://goo.gl/maps/DkqwLtzGhkFnD2jA6

We'll be weeding and planting with pollinator plants so fun and rewarding sessions where we get to go back and see the fruits of the work done.

Also an evening task so best get that head torch ready!

Andrew's number should you need that evening is (0) 7890 999 314

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Rushabh Haria signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Kingston upon Thames

Helping at the Edible Forest - Cancelled due to lockdown

Sun 8 Nov 11:00 am
Knollmead Allotments, Tolworth, KT5 9QP

Please note that this community mission has been cancelled.

Help with the upkeep and development of this community nature spot

Edible Forest have loved our visits and so to have those that made the journey from GG to help keep on top of all the things that happen here.

So much so that repeat visits are now in place to help stay on top of the work that needs doing throughout the winter months

Grab your gloves as lots going on as you can see below...Don't panic this is not all in one session though and sloe berries are on the menu at some point in the mix too ; - )

Duties and details will be ranging from as follows -

harvesting and putting in shed: apples, quince, medlar. So fruit as a reward will continue to November, but then starts again in April with Rhubarb

preparing beds for tree seeds and also to transplant plum, almond and apple grafts that we did before; then the transplanting itself.

lifting previous years apples, and other saplings for collection by schools or scouts

tree work: various apple, maple, elderflower, hawthorn, pear, bay etc to be pruned. A cupressus to be felled

blackcurrant and gooseberries that we propagated to be planted out, and some making space and new beds for them or for schools to use

propagating cuttings of fig, blackcurrant, gooseberry

option for GGers to plant salad seeds of your choice in polytunnel in winter, such as salad leaves or broad beans. You can look up what needs to be started at home.

2nd Sunday in the month normally. Bring food if you like, but we can get a kettle boiled for a hot drink. We will probably stay longer so there is time to socialise at distance, to hear more about the project etc.

Brian will be the task owner

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Rushabh Haria completed a training run • Nil
Sun 18 Oct
17.1km
02:52:54
34:22/km
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