Clare S



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Clare S went on a group run

Mon 27th Mar at 7:00pm

Trolley Good Fellows

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead

Eleven massive legends met for an evenings jog and a good deed last night. For the first time this year it was actually light outside - what a treat!

Our task was for Crystal Palace Museum. We’ve been working our way around a derelict water tower base which has some amazing history and heck of a lot of soil, twigs and rubble to sort through. The plan is for it to one day become an accessible part of the museum where people can find out about the old Crystal Palace!

First up however, we met at the Bridge House. We were joined by Steve who works for Community Links Bromley. They recently arranged for some funding to get older people visits as GoodGym missions in our borough - cool! Steve's a keen runner, so it was great to have him along.

After a warm up in the park, we split into three groups, walking, a light jog and a longer jog. Hannah managed to get some snaps of us in action and we all arrived at the museum at almost the same time...

Statue Beat-you

My team arrived first and we were greeted by a load of old, mostly deformed statues so naturally we got a quick pic.

When everyone arrived, we grabbed a load of tools and headed inside. It was the same job as usual but with so many of us, we managed to cover the whole space. We dug down to the concrete floor, Cat chopped up a sizeable root, we used a trolley sieve to sift the debris from the soil and then bagged it up to take outside. The space was looking noticeably clearer when we left. 💪

On our way back we had a game of squat, paper, scissors which it turns out Alex is an expert in. Now he has thighs of steel.

Top work everyone!

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Mon 27th Mar at 7:00pm

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Mon 20th Mar at 7:00pm

Break a chair leg

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead

Last night we had an outstanding octet of GoodGymmers running up and down a big hill (twice) and bagging a good deed in the process.

We met at the Bridge House, shared our dream living location (because the weather lately has been pretty dreary) and then we made our way up CP Park Road before descending to our task.

Lots of drama in this weeks task...

We met Jack (and Hannah and Alex) at the pretty damn impressive Kingswood House, a Manor House located in the middle of a housing estate. Mad. Jack gave us the lowdown on how he’d pitched a project turning the unused space into a community arts hub. It’s gonna be really cool.

Caught in the act.

His task for us involved moving a whole lot of furniture. There was a big room full of it, some which needed moving to other parts of the building and the rest which needed to be rearranged to sit more snugly in the room.

🪑 First up we piled up and moved the chairs to one side of the room. Clare exclusively moved the wheely chairs.

🔩 Then we shifted some dismantled shelves downstairs as well as some big metal tables.

🪖 Hannah and Alex found an old knights helmet. This was not part of the brief but it looked nice (see pics) despite smelling awful apparently.

Chain mail...

🔗 We finished off moving all the shelving and tables into the basement via a well coordinated human chain. The conveyor belt system worked a dream and we sent all the gear downstairs, with time to visit a super creepy room where a dog had clearly been scratching at the door :(

We bid Jack farewell and headed home with some more excellent jogging up and over the hill.

Amazing stuff everyone! ✌️

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Clare S signed up to a group run.

Mon 20th Mar at 7:00pm

GROUP RUN // NEW TASK with Kingswood Arts

Helping out at a new community arts project

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Clare S went on a group run

Mon 13th Mar at 7:00pm

Painting the Town (GoodGym) Red

Bromley Report written by Mark Gilyead

Last night six superstars hit the streets to spread the word about two faaantastic organisations:

1️⃣ The Bridge House Theatre sits above our Monday night meeting place and hosts important new theatre, giving new writers a space to put on their work and they also have a rad payment model that means it's more accessible to everyone.

2️⃣ GoodGym Bromley, who are the most lovely group of people you'll ever get to meet. They run around doing good deeds for organisations that need a helping hand.

It had been a windy day, so before we left, we shared our favourite activities for winding down. Nice to know we've got some cooks and reality TV fanatics in the ranks.

Then we split into two groups.

Nick, Rosie and I headed up Crystal Palace Park Road to pop some theatre brochures through doors and then we wound round through a spenny part of the area where the houses have towers. Hopefully they'll spend their cash at the theatre.

Sophia, Cat and Clare meanwhile were mostly sticking GoodGym flyers up on noticeboards around Crystal Palace.

Our timing was impeccable and we all arrived back at the same time (some of us even squeezed in some wall-sits) and we did some stretches to finish.

Ace work gang - see you next week!

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Clare S signed up to a group run.

Mon 13th Mar at 7:00pm

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Clare S logged a 10 mile run. 🥇

Sunday 5th March

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Clare S logged a 10 mile run.

10 miles is a long way, and Clare knows 'cos they've run it. We are seriously impressed and hope you are too

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