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Farnaz went on a group run

Mon 27th Nov 2023 at 6:30pm

Who on earth is Joe Pye!?

Liverpool Report written by Sophie McClellan

Just as the cold snap was really setting in, 4 runners met on Hope street and made our way just over 1 mile to Blundell Street. It was great to welcome Amy for her first task in Liverpool, but 100th overall! Congratulations on earning your wings!

This week we were helping Elaine from Urban GreenUp to tidy up the Wapping site. Having just won a biodiversity award for the project, Elaine was keen to have it looking it's best. Were tasked with leaf raking and removing the Joe Pye (who knew this was a weed!?). Thankfully, due to the sandy soil, the weeds came up with ease and we were able to remove more or less all of it - Well done everyone!

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Farnaz signed up to a group run.

Mon 27th Nov 2023 at 6:30pm

Urban Green Up Site with Elaine

Helping the community to keep on top of the beautiful space

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Farnaz went on a group run

Mon 6th Nov 2023 at 6:30pm

Good Gym goes Spooning

Liverpool Report written by Sophie McClellan

This week we were at the Quaker Meeting House to tidy up their Peace garden.

When we arrived we were taken to the car park where the 'tools' were stored. Armed only with a couple of trowels and some foraged spoons we headed out into the garden!

The garden consists of a number of raised beds on the street outside the Quaker Meeting House, with the aim of being a restful and sustaining place in the city centre. Unfortunately the beds had become a little neglected and needed tidying up and some plants adding. We set to work brushing up, throwing away cigarette butts and planting to make the space a nicer place to be.

With 11 pairs of hands, we were done in no time with that garden spruced up and ready for people to enjoy! Well done all. Special shout out goes to Eleanorfor completing her 15th task! And to Heetu for NOT breaking the brush!

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Farnaz
Farnaz signed up to a group run.

Mon 6th Nov 2023 at 6:30pm

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Farnaz
Farnaz went on a community mission

Sat 28th Oct 2023 at 11:00am

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Sallyann Hardwick

Sun 22nd Oct 2023 at 4:26pm

I'm going to be running from Princes parkrun. Happy to have company.

Ema Quinn
Ema Quinn (She/her)

Sun 22nd Oct 2023 at 4:52pm

Great plan Sallyann! I'll make sure everyone knows that's an option xx

Heetu

Fri 27th Oct 2023 at 9:19pm

Missing it mojo mofo fomo!!!!!

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Ema Quinn (She/her)

Fri 27th Oct 2023 at 9:24pm

🤣 ah Heetu, we'll miss you too! And there aren't even any brushes to break on this one!!

Sallyann Hardwick

Fri 27th Oct 2023 at 10:03pm

Oh Heetu we will deffo miss you

Farnaz
Farnaz went to a social

Sat 28th Oct 2023 at 8:45am

Chills are multiplying

Liverpool Report written by Sallyann Hardwick

The season has definitely changed and the weather was decidedly parky on parkrun day. This didn't put off a crowd of Goodgymers turn up for our monthly parkrun session.

Eileen is a core volunteer at park run and true to form she was at her regular spot with her stack of tokens. It may have been chilly but that didn't deter Julie from hardily wearing her Goodgym t shirt. Well done to Farnaz for her first parkrun the first of many I am sure as she made it look so easy. Liam wasn't running today but that didn't stop him coming down to support the runners,ensure everyone had a point to gather at the end and remember to get the photo taken. Aditaya and Ellie both ran with springs in their step throughout and and incidently both ran good times.

Parkrun done it was time for the task at Urban Green Up - and Aditya ,Ellie, Farnaz and Liam joined by Sallyann went down to the Urban Green Up - finding we had time to spare we decided some refreshments were in order and yayyy there was a cafe (aptly named Thoughtfully cafe )right near the tastk which served delicious treats and a mighty fine chilli hot chocolate just right for a chilly day.

Whilst sat in the cafe we heard from Roz who was doing some park run tourism in Stretford congratulations Roz on your best time this year.

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Sat 28th Oct 2023 at 10:49pm

Great report, and great effort from a great team 😃👏

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Sat 28th Oct 2023 at 8:45am

GoodGym Liverpool Does parkrun! (Princes Park)

Taking part in the phenomenon that is parkrun in GoodGym team spirit!

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Farnaz signed up to a community mission.

Sat 28th Oct 2023 at 11:00am

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Farnaz went on a group run

Mon 23rd Oct 2023 at 6:30pm

Bram-Balls!!

Liverpool Report written by Pauline Harrison

On a beautiful, balmy Monday evening a great group of GoodGymers gathered at The Greenhouse Project...for a spot of get- fit gardening. Having walked, run or cycled, we were all ready for an upper body workout...and we weren't disappointed. Our good friend, and Forest School Leader, Chris, was on hand to direct operations: Having uncovered a pear tree on our previous visit, we were to finish clearing brambles from around it, and spreading mulch in the fire circle area. Armed with shovels, loppers, shears and determination, we filled the wheelbarrows with heaps of brambles and mulch, until both areas were transformed. Aditya and I worked up a healthy glow, shovelling the last of the mulch, with help from Sallyann, with transporting and spreading. My 'Hacker Harrison' status was challenged by Steph, as she took to the brambles with gusto...and a pair of loppers that made short work of the thickest stems. Heetu (taskforce!!!) and Liam ('not taskforce, just normal' 😉) covered quite a distance, running back and to along the path, with armsful of brambles. It was lovely to see Farnaz, who kept herself very busy and was keen to try out the hardware by chopping down some hardy undergrowth. As more ground was cleared, and the area revealed, Ema began to gather together a collection of footballs that had been hidden in the undergrowth...by the end of the hour there were 5! Chris was delighted with the results of our labours, and we were happy to have completed our 24th task for this very worthy cause. Watch this space for our next Greenhose Project report, and one of our very favourite tasks, which will mark 25 visits!

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