Dom Tooze


Run leader, coach & mission runner, and enjoy running across York and London. Trying to do big runs/walks when I can!


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Help out the Animal Livestock Team at Surrey Docks Farm ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ
๐Ÿ—“Sunday 11th December 10:30am

๐Ÿ“Surrey Docks Farm SE16 5ET

Help maintain this community farm

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4 GoodGymers are going - 2 spaces left! ๐Ÿ‘€
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Dom Tooze
Dom Tooze (he/him) signed up to a community mission.

Sun 11th Dec at 10:30am

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Dom Tooze (he/him) went on a group run

Mon 28th Nov at 6:15pm

โค๏ธ All you knee-d is leaf ๐Ÿ‚

York Report written by Nicky Woodall

โ„๏ธ 20 glorious GoodGymmers met on a chilly Monday evening for our weekly group run. We had some news and warmed up while chatting about our favourite meals to cook. (Lots of curry and risotto fans, alongside some Pad Thai ๐Ÿ›)

๐ŸŽ… Keen to keep warm, we headed off swiftly and enjoyed a Christmas light sightseeing (and people-dodging) run through town to Glen Gardens ๐ŸŽ„

๐Ÿšฒ Once there, we were met by a couple of keen cycling GoodGymmers and Iain from the council who was delighted to welcome us to tackle the autumn leaves that were dominating the park ๐Ÿ‚

๐Ÿ We got to work quickly, with a crack team of 4 folk on (literally) the leaf compost bins aka โ€œLeaf Lasagneโ€. They did a sterling job, digging and turning the leaves in the three bins, ready to be added to by Team Leaf ๐Ÿ

๐ŸŒณ Speaking of whom, the rest of the gang grabbed tools to tackle the accumulation of leaves across the park. We had leaf hands (apparently not called clappers, who knew?!), rakes of many shapes and sizes and the infamous leaf-blower. Pete quickly stepped up for the latter and got to work. Mountains of leaves were swiftly blown/raked and then grabbed and dropped into bags and wheelbarrows to be transported to the leaf compost bins. Phew, incredible teamwork ๐Ÿ’ช

๐Ÿ‘Œ Too many leaves to count were collected and received by the newly organised compost bins and it was soon time to head back through town to CVS ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ

๐ŸฆตOnce there, we did a collection of exercises to strengthen our knees, as requested previously. I may have had some name-finding challenges so if anyone fancies suggesting an alternative name for โ€œNickyโ€™s special squatsโ€, that would be greatly appreciated ๐Ÿ‘

๐Ÿป And after some more stretching, it was time to head to the pub where we had a good chat about the upcoming January Challenge. Watch this space for more information ๐Ÿ‘€

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Dom Tooze (he/him) signed up to a group run.

Mon 28th Nov at 6:15pm

Laura Barrett
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Dom Tooze (he/him) went on a community mission

Sat 26th Nov at 10:30am

Ouse vine is it anyway?

York Report written by Dom Tooze (he/him)

On a relatively bright November morning, 7 GoodGymmers joined forces in running and cycling to help St Nicks prepare for a wildflower meadow on Rawcliffe Ings.

St Nicks, pals of GG York, had a number of volunteers planting wildflower plugs on a section of the ings. Fortunately, they were to be planted in one of the areas not covered in floodwater, so GG Scuba Team 6 stood down and GG York went along to help instead.

Despite some hiccups getting there, we eventually all arrived at the task and got right into it. Our patch was soon dotted with optimistic little saplings, which will hopefully grow and contribute to a more biodiverse area for humans and other animals to enjoy. While we worked, Abi gave us some useful advice on how to protect ourselves in the event of a shark attack, then experienced some guilt for stirring human-shark relations.

Before long we were done and made our way on (with several of us popping to the Dormouse for lunch, which despite the name does not have a Beatrix Potter style mouse working behind the bar.

Mission accomplished!

n.b. we weren't planting vines exactly, but i wanted to put that

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Laura BarrettJohn BourtonAidan KettleSam LefevrePaul Kelly
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Dom Tooze (he/him) signed up to a mission.

Sat 26th Nov at 3:00pm

Green social visit for Ms M

Ms M would feel less isolated and be able to feel happier when sitting outside if her flowerbed was tidier. It would also help her to stop leaves and debris from blowing in to her home.

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Laura Barrett
Dom Tooze
Dom Tooze (he/him) signed up to a community mission.

Sat 26th Nov at 10:30am

Create a beautiful, species rich wildflower meadow

It will create a beautiful, species rich wildflower meadow that will improve the habitat for wildlife

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Latoya Stephens