Hiral Patel

Richmond


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Doing good since March 2022

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Sorting & Stocking @ Borough Food Cooperative - delivery shift
🗓Today 12:30pm

📍St George the Martyr Church SE1 1JA

Tackles food insecurity and reuses surplus food to prevent food being thrown away!

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Hiral Patel
Hiral Patel signed up to a community mission.

Fri 9th Jun at 12:30pm

Sorting & Stocking @ Borough Food Cooperative - delivery shift

Tackles food insecurity and reuses surplus food to prevent food being thrown away!

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Lauren
Lauren signed up to a community mission.

Mon 12th Jun at 6:30pm

Big garden clearance project at Moorlands Community Centre

The space will be used by children's community groups over the summer

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Luke Warren
Luke Warren went on a community mission

Fri 2nd Jun at 11:45am

A mile in the sun

Ealing Report written by Harvey Gallagher (he/him)

It was a lovely, sunny lunchtime at this month's Ealing Mile. It's part of the Ealing half Marathon legacy and offers another way for people of all ages and abilities to get outside and jog or run. Five high-viz heroes from GoodGym Ealing volunteered to make this race happen, a really important contribution. It's fab to be a part of our borough's thriving running community and know that we're making a difference.

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Fri 2nd Jun at 4:01pm

Good to meet you Harvey and thanks for the welcome and show around. Good to also see Caroline again. Nice meeting Raj, even if bumped into you on some races like at the Ealing Eagles 10km.

Immi Packer
Immi Packer earned their community cape by completing their first community mission. 😎

Wednesday 24th May

Community Cape

Community Cape

Immi Packer earned their community cape by completing their first community mission.

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

Kash
Immi Packer
Immi Packer has done their first good deed with GoodGym. 🥇

Wednesday 24th May

GoodGym Runner

GoodGym Runner

Immi Packer has done their first good deed with GoodGym.

Immi is a now a fully fledged GoodGym runner. They've just run to do good for the first time. They are out there making amazing things happen and getting fit at the same time.

Kash
Immi Packer
Immi Packer went on a community mission

Tue 23rd May at 8:20pm

Hanging out by the river

Richmond Report written by Liz (She/her)

In a very different Community Mission, we met with other volunteers and task owners Ken and Philip at Richmond Bridge, just as night was about to fall. First timers Immi, Ollie and Charlotte joined us for this special task.

Our mission was to survey bats. We were taken through an introduction to the task, given bat detectors and shown how to identify one key species of bat each over the course of the night.

As a group we then followed our bat leaders to survey both sides of the River Thames for 2km upriver of Richmond Bridge. We stopped every 100m for two minutes to listen for our target bat species calls on our detectors.

As the sunset and it got dark, we were soon counting bats left, right and centre. We easily identified six species of bats and we counted several hundred in just over 40 minutes of surveying. The data was all recorded and will be verified later for publication by the Bat Conservation Trust. This data helps to learn more about how we can protect these incredible mammals. It is a scientific study which adds a whole new talent to our GoodGym skills! We also learned that one bat can eat over 1,000 mosquitoes in a night, they work hard too!

Ken and Philip thanked us all at the end and we went on our own way into the night, wondering how many bats were flying around that we never seem to see.

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Immi Packer
Immi Packer signed up to a community mission.

Tue 23rd May at 8:20pm

Bat Survey in Richmond

Helping to learn about the impact of light pollution on the local bat population

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Madhan
Hiral Patel
Hiral Patel signed up to a community mission.

Sat 20th May at 10:00am

Helping Richmond Furniture Scheme to support others

Supporting Poverty, Environment and Unemployment in the borough of Richmond

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