Agnija Cimoska


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Litter pick at Gudwara car park ahead of religious event
🗓Thursday 25th April 10:00am

📍Ramgharia Gudwara SL1 3BU

Improve the environment

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Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Thu 25th Apr at 10:00am

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Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Sat 27th Apr at 12:00pm

Assist Raggy Rd Community Allotment

Help new members of disabled, elderley and women to get started on their patch.

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Agnija Cimoska went on a community mission

Sat 6th Apr at 12:00pm

Digging deep

Slough Report written by Slough runner

Agnija and Keith headed over to one of our new task owners to get stuck into digging up their new allotment plot and pruning an apple tree.

They were joined by a slithering snake of a friend but they didnt contribute a lot to the task.

There is still lots to do here so do keep an eye out for future listings.

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Sat 6th Apr at 12:00pm

Ragstone Road Allotment

Help new members of disabled, elderley and women to get started on their patch.

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Agnija Cimoska went on a community mission

Sun 31st Mar at 6:30pm

Springing forward

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

Well done to everyone who took part in this Great British Spring Clean event

Plenty of bags collected in Cippenham by Ruth, Agni and Jen, whilst Sut and I focused on the back allies in Langley

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Sun 31st Mar at 6:30pm

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Agnija Cimoska went on a group run

Mon 18th Mar at 6:30pm

Be a #litterhero everyday

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

Back for its ninth year, the Great British Spring Clean is the nations biggest mass-action environmental campaign.

The Great British Spring Clean and Great Big School Clean 2024 will take place from 15 - 31 March, and tonight was our efforts to help as the Slough #LitterHeroes

For Keep Britain Tidy's 70th year we pledged to pick up 70 items in 70 minutes today...and we might even pledge to collect 70 bags till the 31st! #PlatinumPledge

Waste no time

So as Hamid and I went for a 2 lap run of the park, our Dumpster Divas (Jen, Ruth and Agnija) got started on counting their rubbish!

The good news is we didn't find any Retro Rubbish - (rubbish that is years old and still causing harm to our environment today, releasing greenhouse gases as it slowly breaks down in our soil and water, which contributes to the climate crisis)!

What we did find was nappies!, lottery tickets, fast food trash, beer cans and plenty of wet wipes!

We ended the evening having collected 5 bagfuls of rubbish tallying in at over 1000 pieces

We would like to continue with this effort so I have listed a litter pick community mission till the 31st of March - #GetInvolved!

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Agnija Cimoska signed up to a group run.

Mon 18th Mar at 6:30pm

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Agnija Cimoska done 50 good deeds and got their black t-shirt 😎

Saturday 9th March

Black T-Shirt

Black T-Shirt

Agnija Cimoska done 50 good deeds and got their black t-shirt

The next time you see Agnija, they might be wearing black instead of red. They've completed 50 good deeds with GoodGym and have earnt their black t-shirt. Give them a nod when you next see them.

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Agnija Cimoska went on a community mission

Sat 9th Mar at 11:00am

My style is on point - just like my stilettos 👠

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

Today we were involved in an international women’s day event that merged women led local community groups with an upcycling event focused on ladies clothing!

This idea was the brain child of Tirza from Slough Anti Litter group supported by Riffat and Clarissa from The Slough Bid; Rosa from Together As One (and GoodGym); Sbba from Asian Star Radio and Knit your socks off; Samina from Sakoon through Cancer and Knit your socks off; Bep from Thrive365; Claire from I Got Style and of course us!

Each group had a host of volunteers supporting the event from set up to swap shop to manning stalls to panel interviews to decant! Well done to all the team members. Great unity!

Need some hanger management?

So we started the day by helping to hang up already donated items. Sut was already on it by the time I arrived. So I hanged around letting her get on with it.

We soon had a few rails already to go and dressed to impress! Just needed customers now.

Has that cardi-gone?

So what is a swap shop? It’s an up recycling event whereby you can select up to 10 items to donate, pay a donation fee, bring in your clothes to the swap assistants (us), and collect tokens for the value of your items which can then be used against other donated items!

We had a tight slot of 30 minutes to receive the swap items, code them to a value (we had a Strava vs parkrun coding system going on so as to not offend anyone if we thought the value was lower (parkrun … sorry parkrun we love you really), or higher value items aka Strava! We then dished out the tokens for the customers to use against other clothes.

Dior to Dior sales

Although the event was a pre book event we didn’t want passerby’s to have FOMO so we had Agni out in the mall handing out flyers letting people know that they could come in too!

Purse-Shoe your Dreams

Whilst the swap assistants were busy sorting and hanging, there were workshops and panels interviews going on where some really insightful and heart warming stories were being shared… I loved that Anita loves red (we have a tshirt just waiting for her), Samina loves trainers (we know where you can use those!) and Claire’s advise on wearing a different colour each day next week might just be my challenge (I’m sure I have race t-shirts in every colour of the rainbow).

Even The Mayor Amjad Abassi and local MP Tan Dhesi came along to support the event.

Really positive feedback from the customers with loads being ‘bought’ during the swap shop opening time.

Thank you to the team for getting involved.

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