2 Month Streak
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Wed 14th Feb at 6:45pm
14 Goodgymmers breezed through the task at St Luke's School!
Everyone made their way to the school and we gathered in the car park to hear our list of tasks from Juli:
Although this sounds like a lot, the shed was quickly reduced to planks, the plants were uprooted, the planters were ousted, the soil was cleared and the weeds were extracted and the area was swept! If you blinked you missed it all!
All the debris was piled into the skip out the front and the soil was placed in a heap next to it. This was done using the largest wheelbarrow we had come across, so not as many trips were needed, and some old fashioned people power!
The team couldn't believe how quickly the list was completed and everyone gathered for a group photo on the benches in the lovely clear play area.
Wed 14th Feb at 11:54pm
That shed was pulled apart pretty quickly! Great report Jess!
Thu 15th Feb at 8:56am
Well done to our Jen for reaching her 400th good deed at this task! Super proud of all our achievements
Fri 16th Feb at 7:57am
Well done superstars! With an extra big cheer for Jen! 😍👏🥳
Wed 14th Feb at 6:45pm
Help to renew a play area for the children at St Luke'sRead more
Saturday 10th February
Anne-Laure completed 25 good deeds with GoodGym.
Anne Laure has already done 25 good deeds with GoodGym. Instead of doing anything else, they've used their run to go and help people that need their help; digging, lifting, scraping, clearing, planting and weeding. Stuff that makes this a better place to be.
Sat 10th Feb at 2:00pm
I felt like Mrs J was feeling better this week. We talked about Maidenhead history, especially the old hospital in St Luke. We were able to chit chat about a lot of things but we talked about sports and the six nations which is on at the moment.
Wed 7th Feb at 6:45pm
Windsor and Maidenhead Report written by Windsor and Maidenhead runner
.14 Goodgymers turned up at the Community Centre last night for what promised to be a spooky evening of Goodgym spirit at St Luke’s church. After being warned to be nice to the ghosts and to not get eaten by any resident falcons, we set off on a walk which had been deemed to be far too short. This meant that, after arriving, we were promptly told to go away again. Not because we’d been really annoying (I think) but to do what we call a ‘meet and retreat’. This involves pairing up, moving around the perimeter of the church at your preferred speed, doing an exercise when you found your partner, and then moving back to where you started. Competitiveness is entirely optional.
After everyone had returned, we were armed with various sizes of cutty things, which is the technical term, and set loose on the graveyard to conduct a Goodgym haunting. Our instructions basically amounted to ‘fix it’, so we resorted to the destruction of unruly plants. There were very, very many to choose from. We battled bushes of brambles to uncover hidden gravestones (one which included a rather well-preserved anchor), had a fight with some allegedly non-sentient ivy, and created the world’s biggest piles of plant as proof of our victory.
There were protests when we had to finish and threats to stay in the graveyard all night (you know, like normal people) - our Goodgym spirit is just too strong! We were convinced to stop the haunting before the exorcists had to be called in and herded to the front of the church for some more exercise. A circuit of fun awaited us, involving running, jumping, and trying to figure out how to do the bench one without just looking like you were sitting down. Then, tired and happy with our inspired success, we all went home with our spirits high.
Thu 8th Feb at 2:26pm
Another winning report Scarlett! LOVE the title! 🤣🤣
Thu 8th Feb at 3:57pm
Great report Scarlett! :D
Thu 8th Feb at 4:10pm
Thu 8th Feb at 10:52pm
Great report. Loved the report title. And sorry missed all the action. I will wait for the next church task.
Sun 4th Feb at 11:00am
Mrs J was feeling a bit down with her back pain but our little session of gossiping helped. We had a good chat about womanhood and expectation of woman and she taught me a old English saying. Hopefully she has others to teach me next week!