Come and help-out at this great community project the first GG Community Mission here since September last year. 👇
Given the season, there’ll be plenty of stuff fruiting and flowering so you’ll be able to see the diversity of what they have going on down there. 🍄🌻🍎🍓🍅🍆🥒🌽
Task: They have some digging to do to lay more paths and to move lots of wheel barrows of wood chip around.
Location: The entrance to the farm is in the southern corner of Clitterhouse Playing Field, off Claremont Road.
Timing: The taskowners will be there from 11am – 2pm to direct us, but as with all GG Community Missions, please give whatever time you can spare.
SAFETY: the task is all outdoors, but please bring what you need for your face and hands to protect yourself and others.
The Energy Garden has received a delivery of FOUR TONS of compost and the volunteers that run it need help moving it all.
If you can go along from 6.30pm and lend a hand to shovel some muck that would be amazing!
Go to Brondesbury Park station and let the station staff know you are there to help with the Energy Garden.
A Tourist likes nothing better than exploring new areas and meeting new people, and that's what Valentina has been doing. Valentina has been to three different GoodGym areas now - nice!
Stephens House and Garden need someone to assist with closing the park at 6pm ( currently). This will involve 30 minutes of work with the park Steward advising the public that the park is closing. Somebody local or if someone wants a one off mission to see a beautiful park in Barnet. Once the grounds of a wealthy Victorian family now held in trust for the people of Finchley. Come to house (East End N3 Road the main entrance) 5.30pm ask for the on duty steward. Please state on comments which day you want to do. Max 2 people required.
Valentina is one of the people that keep the GoodGym community alive and well. By cheering 250 times they've shown they're committed to supporting other runners. They are definitely a fan of what GoodGym is all about.
Six Goodgym people came together to litter pick at cherry tree woods in East Finchley. It had threatened to rain but Abi arrived just-in-time to ward off any storm clouds and we had a dry litter pick. Barnet Council had generously given us brand-new litter pickers, bags and gloves to help our local community. We split into teams of 2 to scour the park for rubbish. It was the usual variety of items thrown into bushes or long grass. and after about 45 minutes we headed back to the main entrance and said our goodbyes. Until next time. keep moving Paul