Charlie


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๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ GROUP SESH // TASK TBC
๐Ÿ—“Monday 26th February 7:00pm

๐Ÿ“Bridge House SE20 8RZ

Do good & get fit in Bromley

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Charlie completed 10 good deeds with GoodGym. ๐Ÿฅณ

Tuesday 13th February

Easy 10

Easy 10

Charlie completed 10 good deeds with GoodGym.

Charlie has done 10 good deeds. They are a trusted GoodGym runner and are now eligible to join their local TaskForce.

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Mark Gilyead (he/him)

Tue 13th Feb at 8:19am

Nicely done!

Charlie
Charlie went on a group run

Mon 12th Feb at 7:00pm

Toad-ally Awesome!

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

A toad-ally awesome 11 of us met up last night for a jog and some good deeding.

We were joined for the first time by Tim and Adam - welcome! ๐Ÿ™Œ

After a naming and fave biscuit loop, we hit the road. Hannah and Molly took the shorter, direct route, whilst the rest of us opted for the longest hill ever.

We arrived to meet John who was fully prepared with tools.

The water tower base at Crystal Palace Museum is an amazing historic structure and the museum team are keen to clear it out of soil, weeds and rubble so that it can be safely accessed as part of visitorsโ€™ museum experiences.

We focussed on a couple of specific areas, aiming to reach down to the concrete and pipes below.

John found a massive toad, hence the pun! ๐Ÿธ

10+ bucket-loads of soil sieved later, we called it a day and headed back down the hill for some stretches.

Great stuff everyone ๐Ÿฅณ

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Charlie went on a group run

Mon 5th Feb at 7:00pm

With great power walking, comes great tree-sponsibility

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

Fresh off the back off a smashing January Challenge, 11 amazing human beings came out tonight for a dark task in the park.

We met at the Bridge House, shared our favourite types of cake (no gluten free, egg free, dairy free chocolate party cakes to be seen), and made our way to Cator Park.

โšก๏ธ Hannah, Hannah and Clare did a POWER WALK.

๐Ÿ” The rest of us did a stupid loop before heading down the hill (Note to self: Always plan the route beforehand...)


We met Millie from the Friends of Cator & Alexandra Parks, grabbed tools from the container and got to work on two tasks:

1๏ธโƒฃ Trimming bush - The path that runs alongside the park is very neat in places but not where we were. There was ivy, branches sticking out and loads of head-height vegetation that meant people were walking on the grass to avoid getting speared. We were trimming it back and making the path significantly wider in the process. Nice.

2๏ธโƒฃ Slicing the mud pie - Just inside the park, the path was getting swallowed. Equipped with shovels we were slicing the mud away to find the border. Clare did a fine job freeing the bollard (see pic).


A very satisfying session and 2 paths freed up from the claws of nature. We love nature, but it's also nice to have space to walk/scooter/wheelchair/buggy/run on.

Well done team :) โœจ

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Charlie
Charlie earned their community cape by completing their first community mission. ๐Ÿคฉ

Sunday 4th February

Community Cape

Community Cape

Charlie earned their community cape by completing their first community mission.

Charlie completed a community mission. Instead of watching TV or lying in bed, Charlie was out there making their community a better place to be. For making that choice they have earned the community cape.

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Charlie
Charlie went on a community mission

Sun 4th Feb at 2:00pm

Scrubbing up well

Bromley Report written by Cat

Our first volunteering session at Penge East Community Centre got off to a great start when we were greeted by a very friendly cat and an excellent selection of garden ornaments (see photos).

Once we'd all assembled, Gill set us to work cleaning the centre's windows, which had got quite cobweb-by. Many hands made light work of this task and we managed to wash, rinse and dry all the windows and doors (inside and out!) in less than 45 minutes. Speedy work team!

Thanks to everyone who gave up their Sunday afternoon to volunteer and I hope we can organise more tasks with PECC in the future.

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Mark Gilyead (he/him)

Sun 4th Feb at 8:50pm

Nice work team ๐Ÿ‘

Linda Gatley

Sun 4th Feb at 10:39pm

Lovely photos Cat - those ducks make me smile

Charlie
Charlie signed up to a community mission.

Sun 4th Feb at 2:00pm

Cleaning windows for Penge East Community Centre

Help make things brighter for a local community centre

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Charlie
Charlie signed up to a group run.

Mon 5th Feb at 7:00pm

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