Agnija Cimoska

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Doing good since December 2020

Not done a group run this month

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska went on a community mission

Wed 28th Sep at 9:00am

50 Deeds Done

Slough Report written by Slough runner

A big shout out to one of our volunteers Helen, she reached 50 good deeds with us at Thames Hospice. Helen we look forward to seeing you in your Black T soon.

Todays task was sorting out Christmas items, there was plenty to sort from deco, cards, jumpers, candles, many more. Charlotte and May said thank you for all your help today!

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Wed 28th Sep at 9:00am

Langley Thames Hospice

Help them sort out donations

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska went on a group run

Mon 12th Sep at 6:30pm

See the light in Slough!

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

We couldn’t herb our enthusiasm on our new task this evening.

We were helping Mark who is leading the Support Cafe from St John the Baptist Cand St Michael Manor Park Church on Stoke Poges Lane.

The cafe will be a hub for local families and residents to come and have a hot meal, read a paper, get some advise or just somewhere to be.

Our task was to help cut back the vegetation in the outside grounds.

We started our evening at Salt Hill Park where we went through the task brief and had a brief warm up. Then the walkers went out walking whilst the runners did what runners do… a lot of faffing, until we were ready to leave.

On arrival we were met by Mark from the Support Community Cafe and the Reverend Suzanne who gave us the task lowdown.

Hoe Hoe Hoe… it’s off to Church we go

With plenty of weeding needed we grabbed a tool each and got to work.

Sara and Pam took the section nearest the Church as they wanted to discuss a day in the leaf with the best tool for the job! The hoe!

Jean and Abdulaziz took the side elevation and got a twiggle on to finish that.

Sandy and Gauri took the front left section as they caught up with each other - think they wanted some peas and quiet from the rest of us.

Whilst Agnija and I had just the thicket with our tools.

No need to cut it vine tonight! Within just 35 minutes we had cleared all the weeds and swept them all up!

Our good weed for the day was done!

Next week we will be back at this task but on Tuesday as Monday is now a bank holiday.

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska signed up to a group run.

Mon 12th Sep at 6:30pm

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska done a 12 month mission streak. 🥳

Wednesday 31st August

Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible

Agnija Cimoska done a 12 month mission streak.

Wow, Agnija has completed a 12 month mission streak. That means they've cleared gardens, moved furniture and changed light bulbs in spring, summer, autumn and even winter. Show your support and give them a massive cheer!

Pam Banga
Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska went on a community mission

Wed 31st Aug at 4:00pm

Thirsty work

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

Well done to everyone who got involved in this task.

Its certainly been a dry dry summer and these poor trees have needed this extra supply we have given them.

So great to hear that some of you have adopted a tree or two and looked after it whilst others have taken the kids out and got them involved in watering the trees, and others have gone out for walks and completed this task.

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Pam Banga
Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Wed 31st Aug at 4:00pm

Pleas for trees

Improve the environment

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska went on a community mission

Sun 31st Jul at 4:00pm

Water tree-tment time

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

It's been hot recently hasn't it! So hot that newly planted trees are drying out through lack of rain water. Slough Council has put a plea out to its residents to help with this situation! And who else wood only be too happy to help? The GoodGym team of course!

So on our walks, strolls and runs we have been topping up the supply of water with our own water. I've seen milk containers, water bottles, fizzy drinks bottles and large water containers all filled with fresh drinking water for the trees.

So well done to everyone who did their bit ! Great to see other GoodGym members from local areas branching out and getting involved.

Did you know?

  • You can tell the temperature by counting a cricket’s chirps!;

  • A heatwave can make train tracks bend!;

  • A 2003 heatwave turned grapes to raisins before they were picked from the vine!;

  • Lightning often follows a volcanic eruption;

  • Raindrops can be the size of a housefly and fall at more than 30kmph.

This same community mission is being relisted for August! So pleas sign up and help the trees!

https://www.goodgym.org/happenings/pleas-for-trees-87813912-3cde-4e13-bcb8-14841364099c

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska signed up to a community mission.

Sun 31st Jul at 4:00pm

Pleas for trees

Improve the environment

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Agnija Cimoska
Agnija Cimoska went to a social

Sat 23rd Jul at 11:00am

Go Ahead Cake My Day

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

Today we celebrated our 4th birthday with some park fitness games and a picnic. Thank you to everyone who was able to come down to celebrate with us. I actually can't believe that we have been operating for 4 years now and the vast majority of us are still the original crew and as one infamous animation character says...

When you find your tribe never let them go - Wild Knuckles (The Rise of Gru)

We definitely do not intend on letting each other go.

With birthday's 2 and 3 being a bit of a blur, it was really lovely to be able to have a little 'party in the park' for our 4th. We also thought that it would be an ideal time to do our 'pleas for trees' community mission where we watered the sapling trees. Followed by a few rounds of circuit exercises and plenty of food and cake!

Foresome number

The number 4 is actually quite a special one to me:-

  • My door number has a 4 in it

  • I have 4 children (3 real children and a husband)

  • I am in my 40's ...just!

  • We were the 44th GoodGym area to be established!

Statistically speaking

Let's talk maths (but let's not mention the marathon question in the covid quiz!)

Since we started back in July 2018 we have clocked up a massive 3717 good deeds and covered a total distance of 34, 686 km's - that the same as running to central Australia and back and then some more!

Our all time Heroes Leader board is as follows:

  • Manjit 602

  • Sutyee 355

  • Pam 269

  • Jen 255

  • Sara 191

  • Sandy 171

  • Nisha 158

  • Kam 116

  • Harsha 113

  • Jenny 106

We really have achieved so much and you should all be so so proud of yourselves! Well done to everyone who has made year 4 so special.

Your so punny

Over the past year though we have put our hands to keeping Everyone Active litter-alley.

We have Scope'd the way through the streets of Slough dropping flyers to make sure no one is leaflet'ed out.

We've helped Slough CVS with our Corona Virus Services...we definitely boosted the community with shots!

We weeded the way with Slough Refugee Centre, The New Langley Community Centre and Parvaaz with some serious garden makeovers - we don't moss around on these tasks.

Allot of digging took place at the Stoke Road allotments for Home-Start Slough. We can never herb our enthusiasm at these tasks - a firm fav!

We just rolled with it in our painting tasks for Antz Kids, The Artful Hub and St Anthony's Primary School.

No mood swings on our tasks with Ryver Primary School and The Langley Academy Primary School.

We've had streams of tears as we helped Mabu and The Neighbourhood Watch at the allotments, wading in to help clear the stream.

For Cllr Bedi from Slough Borough Council we had loads of fun giving the playground in Foxborough a clean - it's always swings and roundabouts on our task as we got to meet the Dulux dog!

At the Slough Canal we were rubbish at collecting all the litter but 20 plus bags wasn't a bad hoard! Our adopt a patch and adopt a place picks have also given us wheelie satisfying tasks.

Seasons trends sorting at Thames Hospicecare has left us fashionably purse-shoe'ing our dreams.

Another sorted task were the sessions with Terracycle...we tried to keep a lid on that one.

We sent our mask'eteers on many occasions to Wexham Park Hospital for litter picking tasks of mainly...you've guessed it - masks!

And reeding between the lines I think Jen has had loads of fun helping BBOWT with their monthly nature reserve clear up task.

Hollaring at the juniors at Salthill junior parkrun was always a fun task - we had them in stitches in our pride colours as we headed off to do our own fitness sessions - a core-some bunch we are!

Not to mention the numerous donations we have made throughout the year helping the likes of Slough Outreach. Foodbank and Jet Trust for donations for Ukraine, the homeless and those in need - not all heroes wear crepes!

So here it is - our 4th year in review. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for making #TeamGGSlough such a brilliant community. . To those who religiously come every week - YOU ARE AWESOME!! To our newest members....KEEP ON COMING... And to those who haven't been able to join us this year - COME BACK SOON?!

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Slough runner

Sat 23rd Jul at 6:34pm

Such a lovely day celebrating with the team. Happy 4th Birthday

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