Clare S


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Clare S went on a group run

Mon 8th Apr at 7:00pm

Hitting the benchmark

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

Getting hench, drenched and edging to the bench, GoodGym Bromley smashed it this evening in pretty grim conditions.

Thankfully our jog was perfectly pleasant as we set off from the Bridge House. Today we made up for a lack of Easter session by naming our favourite eggs from fried quails eggs to Cadbury's creme.

We swung by Cator Park's freshly planted Tiny Forest and a beautiful surprise display of tulips and daffodils we installed on our way to meet Millie.

We split into two groups to tackle a couple of tasks:

💦 Soaking the willow arch, with scooped up water from the river. Some new stems had been planted so water helps them bed in.

💪 Edging the paths to widen them.

The rain came soon after we started and it got muddy pretty quick but we managed to get the willow arch watered and edging all the way to the bench.

Ace stuff.

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Clare S
Clare S went on a group run

Mon 25th Mar at 7:00pm

Oh my clod!

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

After naming ourselves and our current book we're reading (what a literary bunch!), we made our way down to Cator Park. We nabbed the keys from Millie and equipped ourselves with many shovels, a wheelbarrow and a brush to tidy up.

This has been our third in a series of sessions to widen the main path into the park. The mud and grass has been creeping over for years so we've been freeing almost a metre of path in some places 😮

Slicing and dicing gives you a proper good workout and thankfully we had Molly on barrowing duty picking up all our mud clods.

See pics for what a difference we had made - so much room!

Lovely stuff everyone 💥💥💥

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Clare S signed up to a group run.

Mon 25th Mar at 7:00pm

Clare S
Clare S went on a group run

Mon 18th Mar at 7:00pm

Hoe-tally Saw-some

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

At what point is a pun so bad that it's good? Not there yet?

Last night 9 top quality GoodGymers came out for a jog and some weeding at a NEW TASK for us! I love the mystery of a new task. However this new task was for the Salvation Army who are understandably a reliable bunch.

We named, told everyone our favourite sports and looped round the block to get the the Sally Army building in Penge, where we met Becky who had provided plenty of tools for us to use.

GoodGympanzies?

It was actually a bit of a jungle with moss growing along the ground and bushy weeds growing around the sides. Armed with hoes, secateurs, those scrapey-outey things and even a saw for the tree-like thing, we cracked on.

It was a big space to clear and within 25 minutes we'd smashed it.

To weed or not to weed?

Kelsey was going to arrange a GoodGym Bromley-wide poll as to where we should remove one plant that looked particularly "planty" and maybe not so "weedy".

Unfortunately David and his secateurs beat us to it. 😅

Squat, paper, scissors

It's been a little while since we've gamified our journey back to base, but with a sports court on route, I couldn't resist. We did a quick game of squat, paper, scissors: Lose - and you sprint to the other side and back. Win - you squat.

Well played, and nice running and good deeding everyone ✨

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Clare S signed up to a group run.

Mon 18th Mar at 7:00pm

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Clare S
Clare S went on a group run

Mon 11th Mar at 7:00pm

Steam it, Spray it, Sorted.

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

It was International Women's Day on Friday, so we kicked off by highlighting our favourite females. From Rosa Parks to queen Jacinda to amazing family members, we demonstrated that the best, most caring, and morally correct people are always women.

Next we ran up the hill to CP Triangle and our regular task at the St Christopher's Hospice charity shop. Teresa is always super grateful for our help and ability to give the place a quick spritz and blitz.

Adam was sorting odd shoes and found some serious labels with a price to match.

Cat was steaming through a rack of creased clothes.

Louise, Molly and Stephen and Kelly were making sure all the garments were ordered nicely and facing the right way.

James was hoovering the whole shop and Kelsey was dusting the shoe racks.

Hannah was on pricing duty, Clare was cleaning the counter and I was mostly trying to figure out the name of the teapot from Beauty and the Beast (see pic). Spoiler: it's Mrs Potts 🙄

After a solid half hour we bid our farewells and made our way back to base with an obligatory wallsit en route.

Nice one team 🏃💥

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Clare S
Clare S signed up to a group run.

Mon 11th Mar at 7:00pm

Clare S
Clare S went on a community mission

Tue 5th Mar at 6:30pm

Ho-spice up your life!

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

St Christopher's Hospice provide amazing end of life care to people across South East London and tonight's task was all about helping them to raise money for their FUN WALK fundraiser.

We jogged around a bunch of local shops, pubs and even a cinema, looking for windows and noticeboards to put posters up to advertise the event.

A few kms in the bag and hopefully some awareness raised! Nice job gang ✌️

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Clare S
Clare S went on a group run

Mon 4th Mar at 7:00pm

You're gonna need a bigger barrow

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead (he/him)

Thanks James for the pun-spiration!

Last night 11 wonderful people met for a jog and a good deed in the dark in the park.

We met at the Bridge House, shared our top tips for warming up on a cold day and hit the pavement - a lovely downhill jog to Cator Park.

Armed with shovels, a brush and just one wheelbarrow, we set about widening a path which was being encroached on by grass and soil. There was a lot of scraping, some slicing and some shoveling to fill up the wheelbarrow before it got dumped by the hedges.

In the end we managed to free up a good metre in places and a serious chunk of the path completed ✅

Top job/jog everyone! 🏃‍♂️💪✨

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