Zara Williams

Bromley

2Good deeds

2runs

16cheers

Zara Williams has earned their community cape by completing their first community mission. Sat 11 Dec 2021

Zara completed a community mission. Instead of watching TV or lying in bed, Zara was out there making their community a better place to be. For making that choice they have earned the community cape.

Zara Williams has cheered 10 times. Sat 11 Dec 2021

Zara has helped keep other people motivated, Zara has noticed what others have done and cheered 10 people. We doff our caps to you Zara.

Zara Williams has completed their first run in a new area. Sat 11 Dec 2021

Curious? Zara has just run their first session in another area. For that explorative spirit Zara is awarded the scout badge. A Scout is trustworthy

Zara Williams signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Bromley

Packing Christmas Bags with Living Well

Sat 11 Dec 13:00 pm
Living Well, Holy Trinity Church, 66 Lennard Road, London, SE20 7LX
To be distributed to Food Banks

Living Well is a fab organisation in Penge who provide a foodbank to locals. They've asked for a hand sorting out donations into 'Christmas Bags' which will last over the Christmas period.

We'll meet at Living Well at 1pm and the task may be outside so probably wear gloves and warmer clothes! We should be done within an hour.

A great opportunity to spread some Christmas cheer!

6 people would be great!!

Email me if you have any questions.

See you there!

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Zara Williams went on a group run
Group run
Lewisham

You deserve a sanding ovation

Mon 24 Feb
Report written by Kim Parker

It was the first group run in what felt like forever that it wasn’t raining!! But it was still windy, can’t win them all I guess.

A quick warm up of trying to make sure we didn’t get blown away and we began to make our way to Chelwood Nursery School which is mostly uphill...but that means it’s downhill on the way back!!

We were met at the task by a couple of GoodGymmers sheltering from the wind in a classroom, near the bananas and Kit Kat’s!

There were some big tasks to get stuck into, these were: - Raking the sand pit and checking for buried treasure - Moving the sand from the giant bag to the sand pit and spreading it out evenly - Wheelbarrowing a giant bag of bark to various points in the playground - Removing Velcro ties from the railings

Everyone got stuck into the tasks and it was great to see all the giant bags of sand/bark reducing in size and being delivered around the playground.

Emma was enjoying moving sand from a very large bag with 2 very tiny spades (or shovels) so much that I thought I’d have to leave her there to finish the job...until a larger spade was found for the task!

Before I knew it, it was time to finish up and we headed inside for a group photo which looked rather like a school photo!

On the way back I asked everyone to have a chat with someone they didn’t know to find out an interesting fact about each other and the most exciting would win. There was no prize but I didn’t say that and got to hear some very interesting conversations on the downhill run back to Glassmill.

Good luck to everyone running the Big Half at the weekend and like I said if you want to forward plan by a whole year then because we live in a borough it runs through and volunteer with GoodGym then we usually have community places available for £10.

Otherwise in less than a years time there’s volunteering options at the Hackney Half in May and plenty of missions - check out the website for more details.

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Zara Williams signed up to a group run
Group run
Lewisham

A visit to Seniors!

Mon 2 Sep 18:45 pm
Glass Mill Leisure Centre, 41 Loampit Vale, Lewisham, SE13 7FT
Let's help our friends on Stanstead Road

We will run a little further this week, with a 7km round-trip over to Seniors. There will be a number of different jobs to tackle, both inside and out of the building.

If you are new to all this, don't be shy and don't be worried about feeling left out, we try to make everyone feel very welcome. If you are using the changing rooms and lockers at Glass Mill, make sure you bring a returnable £1 coin.

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Zara Williams signed up to a group run
Group run
Lewisham

Work in the garden at Seniors

Mon 15 Jul 18:45 pm
Glass Mill Leisure Centre, 41 Loampit Vale, Lewisham, SE13 7FT
Do good, get fit!

We will run over to our friends at Seniors this week, to help out on their amazing garden. Bring gloves if you have them and expect a slightly longer run of around 8km (with great views!).

This week's run will be led by Conroy and, as we have a few things to celebrate, we will be off to Mamma Dough in Ladywell, for some post-run pizza.

If you are new to all this, don't be shy and don't be worried about feeling left out, we try to make everyone feel very welcome. If you are using the changing rooms and lockers at Glass Mill, make sure you bring a returnable £1 coin.

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Zara Williams signed up to a group run
Group run
Lewisham

Run to Crofton Books to help out!

Mon 24 Jun 18:45 pm
Glass Mill Leisure Centre, 41 Loampit Vale, Lewisham, SE13 7FT
Make a difference at our local community run space

I'm very excited to taking the group to Crofton Books, our first visit of the summer. There are always a number of different jobs to choose from here, with something for everyone. You might find yourself spotting a good book to run back with, so bring some pennies :)

If you are new to all this, don't be shy and don't be worried about feeling left out, we try to make everyone feel very welcome. If you are using the changing rooms and lockers at Glass Mill, make sure you bring a returnable £1 coin.

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Zara Williams has done their first good deed with GoodGym. Mon 10 Jun 2019

Zara is a now a fully fledged GoodGym runner. They've just run to do good for the first time. They are out there making amazing things happen and getting fit at the same time.

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