Annie Anthony Mays

Sheffield

66 years old British Asian female who is friendly, outgoing person who loves Running, gardening, climbing, painting, cycling, eating out,etc


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DCRT: Salmon Revival - River Don weir fish pass inspections
🗓Today 6:30pm

📍Showroom Cinema S1 2BX

Helping to monitor & maintain fish passes in the River Don

Tom MuttonCharlotte Landry-JenningsMichael RowlattGed Jenkins-OmarGraceAnnie Anthony Mays
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Annie Anthony Mays signed up to a group run.

Mon 22nd Apr at 6:30pm

DCRT: Salmon Revival - River Don weir fish pass inspections

Helping to monitor & maintain fish passes in the River Don

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Mon 29th Apr at 9:30am

Sheffield Young Artists Annual Art Exhibition

Raise money for the organisation and deliver a good showcase if young artists exhibiting. Give them confidence to be future artists

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Annie Anthony Mays signed up to a community mission.

Tue 23rd Apr at 10:30am

Sheffield Young Artists Annual Art Exhibition

Raise money for the organisation and deliver a good showcase if young artists exhibiting. Give them confidence to be future artists

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Annie Anthony Mays went on a group run

Mon 15th Apr at 6:30pm

Chipin away

Sheffield Report written by Tom Mutton

We welcomed new runner Linda to the group this week. We hope you enjoyed it Linda and will be back for more soon!

This week we were back off the Heeley People's Park to help Parky Rob with some woodchip spreading and turning of older woodchip which has been decimated by all the rain we have had!

On the subject of rain, boy did it! We got a short dry spell but were soon in a wet and windy deluge!

Despite this we managed to get all the woodchip that had been dropped onto the playground areas and turn the old woodchip on one of the playgrounds so not a bad effort at all!

Until next time, happy running! :)

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Tom Mutton
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Annie Anthony Mays signed up to a group run.

Mon 15th Apr at 6:30pm

Heeley Peoples Park: Task to be confirmed

Helping this fantastic community charity look after the site

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Annie Anthony Mays went on a group run

Mon 8th Apr at 6:30pm

It ain't easy, being picky!

Sheffield Report written by Tom Mutton

Fantastic to welcome a new runner tonight, please give it up for...

Phoebe

Give Phoebe a whoop, hola and cheer!

We headed over to Pistmoor Road this evening to meet with MARVELOUS MALCOLM who had already been on site for a while getting the worst of the litter onto the pavement for us to swoop in and take the 'glory picks'.

There were some true treats in store with some very old rubbish which was fast becoming part of the geology of the area, had we not have got in there!

A decent pile was presented at the end for the council to later come and pick up.

Until next time, happy running! :)

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Annie Anthony Mays signed up to a group run.

Mon 8th Apr at 6:30pm

Pitsmoor Pickers: Joint Litter Pick

Helping this fantastic local pickers group to improve their local community

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Annie Anthony Mays went on a group run

Mon 1st Apr at 6:30pm

What a bunch of tools!

Sheffield Report written by Tom Mutton

Something a tad different this week...

On a stormy looking Bank Holiday Monday we headed up hill to the SUSTRANS lock up to help Simon with sorting the SUSTRANS tools to make it easier for Sustrans volunteers to get into the lock up, find what they need and get out to do the fantastic work that they do all over the city helping to look after the active travel routes all over Sheffield.

After some discussion and tool placement trying we settled on some designs for how we would recycle/upcycle bookshelves and pallets to store and organise the various different tools that are in the lock up.

By the end of our time at the lock up it was already looking loads better and more organised and we think with one more session there, we should have a really useful and well organised lock up for the volunteers to use.

Until next time, happy running! :)

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