Bethan Critchley

Hammersmith and Fulham


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Bethan Critchley went on a community mission

Sat 25th Mar at 10:00am

A great day of cheering and comforting runners

Islington Report written by Audrey Giroud

It was great to work with other GoodGymers to man the aid station, cheer on runners and hand out water and snacks!

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Sun 26th Mar at 2:11pm

Well done everyone!!!

John Shirley

Mon 27th Mar at 11:43am

Good to meet you Audrey

Bethan Critchley
Bethan Critchley signed up to a community mission.

Sat 25th Mar at 10:00am

Camino Ultra Lea Valley 50km- Goodgym Aid Station

Come down to Ponder's End to cheer on and support some wonderful runners doing incredible things!

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Bethan Critchley went on a group run

Wed 22nd Mar at 6:30pm

Logging another good deed

Hounslow Report written by Anastasia Hancock (she/her)

Last night we had been looking forward to our next step helping create a learning area at Cavendish School but sadly the delivery of the aquatic plants we had been due to put in was delayed. However, when we got there and saw there was still several feet of murky water in the pond we were slightly less disappointed!

We have been making regular visits to the school and the area has slowly changed from an unsafe, overgrown tangle into a nice, clear garden with several new habitats for animals.

An ongoing battle has been with the blackthorn which, if left to its own devices, will take over the space and leave little room for all the big plans of the volunteer group. So while the team got on with pulling up the thorny, persistent shoots, several others got busy transporting logs from outside the garden into a corner by the pond to create a habitat for amphibians and reptiles. In the past we have seen several newts dotting about the place, and this will help create a safe and warm home for them going forward.

After making good progress we ran back to Turnham Green where we undertook a fitness challenge. The idea is that we had the A team and the B team and two different sets of exercises. The job of one team was to beat the number of reps each time, while their partner cheered them on. It was great to see the energy and effort being shown and the power of positive motivation was more than evident!

Next week we'll probably be planting bulbs but I'm just waiting for final confirmation - so watch this space!

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Bethan Critchley
Bethan Critchley signed up to a group run.

Wed 22nd Mar at 6:30pm

Putting in aquatic plants

at Cavendish school nature learning space

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Bethan Critchley went on a community mission

Mon 20th Mar at 7:00pm

Throwing some TRAID

Hammersmith and Fulham Report written by Lucy Hill

Bethan was alone in the TRAID Shepherd’s Bush. That didn’t matter. She was happy to get her good deeds in solo or with a gang. Luckily for her, as she started to take dresses and lengha tops from their rails, she realised she had some friends to hang out with!

Opening the door she was greeted by Lucy and Emily who had arrived on bike from the Hammersmith store for part one of the TRAID double whammy tonight. Door locked, the girls got involved with clearing the racks… and then Bethan had to answer the door again. Here was Harvey, fresh from his run. And just as Bethan locked the door and went back to her good deed, the rest of the group arrived - Analiese, Divya and Jenni!

Nicely warmed up from the task just moments before at the Hammersmith branch, we got to work quickly as helping clear all the clothes from the rails. Blouses were boxed. Polo shirts put away. T-shirts tidied up.

The favourite shoe task ended up with five of us helping out here. I don’t want to sound sexist, but all the ladies were excited about pairing shoes, whereas Divya and Harvey were quite happy on rail clearing duty!

With all the shoes paired that we could, and all the clothes off the racks, the last job was to fill one last box. Divya helped the TRAID staff to tape up one last cardboard box, and the huge pile of attire was swiftly moved into it. Many hands make light work, and we were done by 7:45! GoodGym, you guys box!

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