Becky

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Tidying the plots and the Garden of Rest at St Matthew's Church
🗓Tuesday 4th October 6:15pm

📍Jurys Inn DE1 3DB

Improve the grounds and make the plots more accessible for visitors

AshleyPete EmeryBecky
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Becky signed up to a group run.

Tue 4th Oct at 6:15pm

Tidying the plots and the Garden of Rest at St Matthew's Church

Improve the grounds and make the plots more accessible for visitors

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Becky
Becky went on a community mission

Wed 28th Sep at 8:46pm

Snitches get sti- good deeds

Sheffield Report written by Becky

The Blue Cross are asking for remote volunteers to help with reporting of adverts selling pets. Pets being sold in this way often end up in poor homes, used for dog fights/dog baiting or being passed around free/cheaply or used for unlicensed breeding. Hopefully by preventing people being able to sell their pets cheaply and easily online, pets will go to rescues instead where they can be looked after and rehomed properly. Over 1 hour I reported about 100-150 ads selling dogs, cats, rabbits and snakes. In the past I’ve found ads for monkeys, opossums and zebras 🙁

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Rachel CarthyBarbara GriffinKatherine Mills
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Becky went on a community mission

Tue 27th Sep at 5:30pm

A moss-t productive clean up

Derby Report written by Rachel Carthy

Ashley, Pete, Rachel, Tracey and Gwyn welcomed back Becky for another GoodGym session.

Becky joined us for the YMCA sleep out so it was great to see her again and hear about what she has been up to. The group were in awe of Becky's recently completed ultra event in the Peak District where she took on 50km of tough terrain, a big well done and Becky was glad to be on a flat surface for the task, with no sign of a hill.

The group met task owners David and Pauline for another session clearing moss from the bridge and surrounding pathway at Derby's River Gardens. The task owners had a section they were hoping we'd be able to make a difference to and were thrilled that the group managed to get the whole area cleaned up.

On a mostly sunny evening (we were treated to a rainbow at one point), the group had views out along the river and saw lots of rowers. David and Pauline showed us where the narrowboat stops for people to embark and told us about how they were helping out serving drinks on it the very next day.

This is the sort of task where the results as instant so a very satisfying task for all the volunteers involved.

The group were also thrilled to finally get the handover of some litter picking equipment which the Derby Parks team at Derby City Council have donated, the hoops (modeled by Ashley and Pete) will be great during windier evenings to keep rubbish bags open when litter picking.

Thanks everyone for helping to make this area of Derby more presentable and to instill pride for local residents and visitors. Keep an eye out for future sessions which David is thinking will probably be in the spring now.

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Barbara GriffinSuzanne Vost
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Becky went on a community mission

Sun 25th Sep at 10:35am

Litter picking at The Roaches

Sheffield Report written by Becky

I spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Roaches, so did some general litter picking as I was there. Lots of climbing tape, sweet wrappers and drinks cans. Also a brand new pair of shoes that had been left on a rock...that had disappeared and been replaced with 3 socks by the time I returned....not the strangest thing I've seen whilst litter picking but definitely weird. Most of the rubbish was in the layby as usual, probably chucked out of car windows, or picnics that families didn't take home :(

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Suzanne VostOlivia WallerKashBarbara Griffin

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