Chris

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2nd of 3: prepping the land at William Hobbayne Community Gardens for a special event
🗓Today 6:30pm

📍84a St Margaret's Road W7 2HF

A physical task in a lovely green setting

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Chris signed up to a group run.

Tue 27th Sep at 6:30pm

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Chris went on a community mission

Tue 13th Sep at 6:30pm

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Chris signed up to a community mission.

Tue 13th Sep at 6:30pm

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Chris went on a group run

Tue 30th Aug at 6:30pm

Brambolic trimmings

Ealing Report written by Shan Rahulan

Nine good gymers gathered on a beautiful late summer evening to go back to the Transition garden for hedge trimming and bramble cutting. After a couple of laps of Walpole park to warm up, tools were gathered and the group headed over to the garden. The electric hedge trimmer was in action while others did a mixture of trimming, bramble cutting, and raking. A really lovely evening finished with the usual round of photos and selfies.

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Jenni HSevanHarvey GallagherLiv Parker-Scott
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Chris signed up to a group run.

Tue 30th Aug at 6:30pm

Trimming the hedges and brambles at the Transition Community Garden

Come for a run and to do something cool to help your local community at the same time!

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Chris went on a group run

Tue 16th Aug at 6:30pm

Transition is good, but it's not always easy

Ealing Report written by Harvey Gallagher (he/him)

A sub-group met up and jogged/chatted around a lap of the park first tonight. It was a humid evening but the chat flowed and the lap was completed in really no time at all. We collected tools, wheel barrows, secateurs and trimmers and headed off to the task. A spiky hedge then faced off with a gang of brave GoodGymers. The hedge was suitably cut back and - it was helpless in the face of this trim lot! The outside of the lovely Transition garden was restored to a tidy enclosure, protecting the peace inside for people of all ages to take a break and spend some time.

Tonight was Mike's 300th good deed - amazing, very well done, mate! He donned the traditional 300 GoodGym sash and thankfully avoided any health and safety issues with his secateurs!

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Jenni HSevanLesley B MukengeHarvey Gallagher
Chris
Chris signed up to a group run.

Tue 16th Aug at 6:30pm

Trimming the hedges and brambles at the Transition Community Garden

Come for a run and to do something cool to help your local community at the same time!

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Chris went on a group run

Tue 2nd Aug at 6:30pm

Shed no tears, it's birthdays and 250s!

Ealing Report written by Harvey Gallagher (he/him)

What a lovely evening! We met at Hanwell Community Centre for a short walk to Framfield Allotments in the evening sun. We met Karen there who showed us the job - a coat of primer for a soon-to-be community art shed, including bench and table! It was Jen's birthday soon and, let's face it, we don't need an excuse to eat cake, so both dairy and vegan versions were dutifully consumed (thanks Liv!). It was also Milly's 250th task - brilliant work! A walk/run home followed after a job well done.

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Chris signed up to a group run.

Tue 2nd Aug at 6:30pm

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Chris went on a group run

Tue 5th Jul at 6:30pm

Adam and his Ants meets Ed Shearing uptown

Ealing Report written by Harvey Gallagher (he/him)

This was probably - no, definitely - no, probably, our last trip to the severed land .

(so called when the Greater London Council realigned the River Brent as part of a flood alleviation scheme in the 1980s and the new position cut through the Billets Hart allotments; as a consequence what had originally been the river bed became the Charity's land in exchange for the allotment land that had been lost)

We've spent a bunch of evenings here clearing the ground around young trees to give them access to light, rain and nutrients. And they're looking good on it! We are the clearing ground around trees GoodGym Jedi masters, yes, we are!

It's lovely to see the trees thrive. We can scoot along the Fitzherbert Walk footpath and admire the part we played in keeping this area looking good for years to come. Oh, and there were about a million ants trying to get us but we sheared on regardless!

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