George Ttoouli


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George Ttoouli completed 5 good deeds with GoodGym. 🎉

Friday 12th July

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George Ttoouli completed 5 good deeds with GoodGym.

George is a now a pretty committed GoodGym runner. They've just run to do good for the fifth time

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George Ttoouli earned their community cape by completing their first community mission. 🥳

Friday 12th July

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George Ttoouli earned their community cape by completing their first community mission.

George completed a community mission. Instead of watching TV or lying in bed, George was out there making their community a better place to be. For making that choice they have earned the community cape.

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George Ttoouli went on a community mission

Fri 12th Jul at 3:00pm

Mission Unboxed!

Barnet Report written by George Ttoouli

It was a fun couple of hours, just me helping the regulars at the Food Bank Distribution Centre. Earlier shifts had done loads of work, but two deliveries arrived after 3pm from supermarkets. Lots of jam, flour, sugar, cereal, some onions and similar stuff. We also sorted some individual donations, so there was a lot of bending and sorting, going back and forth between aisles. They had Wimbledon on in the background, with the occasional offer of a cup of tea, and the main contact had a hard rock playlist going to keep the energy up.

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Sun 14th Jul at 11:00pm

Well done George !!!

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George Ttoouli went on a group run

Tue 9th Jul at 6:45pm

Goodgym Barnets rainy resilience!

Barnet Report written by Paul Salman

On that blustery wet summer day, I joined George and Valeria for a GoodGym mission from the Phoenix Cinema to Martin Primary School in East Finchley. Despite the unusual weather conditions, we tackled the large pile of woodchip for the school path. The Orchard looked promising, with plenty of apples on the trees. Armed with a wheelbarrow, two wheelie bins, shovels, and a rake, we patched up holes in the forest paths and improved areas under the trees. During our efforts, we also had a chat with John, who facilitates after-hours use of the school. keep running walking or cycling and doing good.

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George Ttoouli signed up to a community mission.

Fri 12th Jul at 3:00pm

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George Ttoouli signed up to a group run.

Tue 9th Jul at 6:45pm

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George Ttoouli went on a group run

Tue 2nd Jul at 6:45pm

Goodgym Barnet fuelling fun and food in East Finchley

Barnet Report written by Paul Salman

What do you get when you mix nine eager GoodGym runners, a plot of land, and a historic charity? A wheelbarrow load of fun, fitness, and community spirit, of course!

Last night, on a gloriously warm summer evening with a few picturesque clouds, we set off on a mission to support the Finchley Charities. These good folks have been helping the community for over 500 years, primarily through their Armes houses, but also by nurturing an allotment that provides fresh food for the local food bank.

Our run was off to a dynamic start as we paused for a round of dropkick squats—because why not add some flair to our fitness? Then, onward we dashed, meeting up with Anton at the allotment. Anton gave us the lowdown on the Finchley Charities and led us through some very imposing gates. (Seriously, these gates were practically auditioning for a part in the next Game of Thrones season.)

With the gates behind us, we jogged through the lush allotments, making our way to the heart of the Finchley Charities site. Tasks were promptly dished out: some of us took on the heavy-duty job of wheelbarrowing mulch down to the bottom of the allotment to prep the area for visiting school kids. Others got down and dirty with some weeding and continued the epic quest of digging out an area for a new pond.

Time flew by as we dug, weeded, and mulched, and before we knew it, it was time to head back. We made our way back to the Phoenix Cinema for a well-earned warmdown.

A big shoutout to everyone who came out to run, work up a sweat, and do some good. in particular to our new runners.Michaela and James

Remember, every step we take and every task we tackle makes a difference. See you at the next run!

Keep running and doing good!

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Paul Salman

Wed 3rd Jul at 5:56am

Next session https://www.goodgym.org/happenings/goodgym-barnet-helping-a-local-primary-school-in-east-finchley-6c0eb597-35a7-430c-9f93-32e7d991bd4c?legacy=true do commit to helping our community again and get in some fitness and fun!

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George Ttoouli signed up to a group run.

Tue 2nd Jul at 6:45pm

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George Ttoouli went on a group run

Tue 25th Jun at 6:45pm

Running rings around it

Barnet Report written by Moya Malekin (she/her)

The Good Gym group tonight had a perfect activity for a balmy summers evening. Moya, Rachel and Beattie set off on a short run to the Long Lane Pasture Nature Reserve, a little paradise hidden in the back streets of East Finchley, and met up with Yesika and George and the crew from the reserve Donald, Maureen and Winston. A shout out for the snacks and water provided! Our first job was to fish out the life-ring which had found its way into the pond, which was a satisfying challenge aided by some maneuvering with a rake in the undergrowth. We then quickly 'snapped up' the shears and got to work snipping back overhanging brambles and branches so that the winding pathways were kept clear, and George with his professional gardening skills worked on clearing piles around the reserve. We could see some blackberries ready for ripening, and greenfinches, song thrushes and a moorhen kept us entertained with a chorus. We also spotted their bee hives at the end. Do visit this little haven if you get the chance.

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