Craig Barber

GoodGym Exeter

Filling the Community Fridge

Saturday 6th August

Written by Craig Barber (He/him)

This morning we had a really special task - combating food waste.

2 of us today, myself and project lead Emma, went to 2 supermarkets to collect food that would otherwise be thrown out. 15kgs of donations this morning taken to the wonderful community fridge situated in Exeter Library for anyone to use.

We're back helping with the the next food donations next Saturday! Be sure to sign up!

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Picking Flowerpot Fields

Tuesday 2nd August

Written by Craig Barber (He/him)

Tonight the 3 of us litter-picked in Flowerpot Playing Fields and Skate Park.

Great to see lots of people at the park - City Runs putting on a 5km event, Uni students playing ultimate frisbee and lots of football clubs using the field.

We easily filled 2 bags, a shame to see so much litter, but glad to make the park a tidier place!

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Relay for Life

Saturday 30th July

Written by Craig Barber (He/him)

This weekend I took part in Relay for Life, raising money for Cancer Research. The aim of Relay was to keep walking, as a team, for 24 hours straight and raise money by dressing up for each of the themed slots. Each person on the team walked at least 20 miles! Look out for a Relay in your local area, it’s exhausting but immense fun!

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What a load of rubbish

Tuesday 26th July

Written by Craig Barber (He/him)

This week 3 of us went to Cowick Barton playing fields for a lovely litter pick in the evening sun.

In good old GoodGym fashion I totally forgot to get a picture of us all, we were too busy clearing up obviously but we did fill 2 bags! So the picture this week is a follow-up from our painting task a few weeks ago - the lovely mural is now up on the wall we painted!

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Litter picking again?!

Thursday 14th July

Written by Exeter runner

Enjoyed a bit of lunchtime sunshine and litter picked my local neighbourhood.

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The kids from Isca

Sunday 10th July

Written by Exeter runner

Me and my better half volunteered to marshal a school walk

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