Charlotte Bryce


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Charlotte Bryce went on a group run

Mon 21st Aug 2023 at 6:45pm

Sands of prime

Lewisham Report written by Kim Parker

With last minute change of plans which changed from Luxmore Gardens to Litter Picking to St Mary's Church - I'm surprised any of us knew where we were off to!

The team gathered outside Glass Mill, making the most of the sunshine, and ready to good in the borough. After a quick warm up we headed off on the 1km run to St Mary's Church.

There's always a variety of tasks at St Mary's Church including clearing alkinet (a GG staple), planting plants in the shady border, watering plants, sweeping paths, sanding benches and sowing seeds. All guided by the lovely people of St Marys Church and expert gardener Sue.

There was just enough time for water and a couple of biscuits before we headed off back to Glass Mill.

Next week we are heading to Marsha Phoenix Trust to help in the garden and we have a post-group run social. Don't forget its a bank holiday so Glass Mill won't be open!

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Charlotte Bryce signed up to a group run.

Mon 21st Aug 2023 at 6:45pm

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Charlotte Bryce signed up to a party.

Sat 13th Aug 2022 at 2:00pm

GoodGym Lewisham Summer Social

An evening of eating and chatting

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Charlotte Bryce signed up to a community mission.

Sun 20th Feb 2022 at 1:30pm

Join a volunteer session at Iona Orchard

Improve the space for the local community

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Charlotte Bryce went on a community mission

Sat 18th Sep 2021 at 10:00am

Gardening and picking apples in the late summer sun 🌞

Lewisham Report written by Charlotte Bryce

Goodgym returned to the lovely garden of the Phoenix Marsh trust to help out the wonderful Sue, whose professional gardening skills guided us to continue to help manage this garden. Leaves were swept, brambles trimmed back, and lots of weeding was done. A particular highlight was the gathering of ripe apples for the garden’s apple tree. There was a very large haul of apples which were enough for the Trust’s cook to have some to cook for the residents as well as Goodgymers to take some home. Hopefully some apple crumbles will be made by volunteers this evening!

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