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Ines went on a group run

Mon 19th Feb at 6:30pm

Painting Whiter shade of Pale.

Sheffield Report written by Annie Anthony Mays

8 Goodgymmers paint the interior of The Regather space upstairs. Fun, laughter and various quotes were shared amongst us all. Lots of high walls were unreachable even with ladders and chairs. I did think of climbing up to paint but too risky. So we have to leave the high unpainted walls for another day to abseil if permitted. Paint looked yellow against the cream walls but when dried it looks white. We were all curious with the various shades of White but we did it successfully. Well done team!

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Ines signed up to a group run.

Mon 19th Feb at 6:30pm

REGATER: Painting INSIDE TASK!!

Helping to get REGATER'S events space ready for community events

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Ines
Ines completed 5 good deeds with GoodGym. 😎

Tuesday 16th January

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Ines completed 5 good deeds with GoodGym.

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

Ines
Ines went on a group run

Mon 15th Jan at 6:30pm

Spital picking!

Sheffield Report written by Tom Mutton

Great to welcome 2 new GG SHF group runners last night:

Ged who is also the Grants man for GGHQ!

Lucy who joined us from GG YORK!

It was BALTIC last night, but we didn't let that stop us and get straight on route down to Burngreave/Pitsmoor area to meet Karen Malone who got us equipped with bags and pickers and we got stuck straight into it.

It was great to also be joined again by celebrity Croquette professional Eugene who had a rare evening off childcare and was able to join us. Great to see you again Eugene!

We had thank you's from locals and managed to fill our bags up in no time, including a lot of cans that will be weighed in and any monies put towards new equipment for Pitsmoor Pickers to do more good in the future!

By the time we had done our loop , fingers were getting very chilly so we headed back to base with some going on to The Rutland Arms for food and drinks and others opting to head home for warm showers and heating!

Until next time, happy running!

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Ged Jenkins-Omar

Tue 16th Jan at 11:46am

Great to meet you all last night 😃

Tom Mutton

Tue 16th Jan at 11:49am

Great to meet you too Ged, hope to see you on another task soon!

York runner

Tue 16th Jan at 5:39pm

Thanks for having me! Hope to see you again at some point, either in Sheffield or if you fancy visiting York!

Tom Mutton

Wed 17th Jan at 10:15am

You're always welcome Lucy, great to meet you. Yes, absolutely, hope to see you and any of the other Yorkies soon!

Ines
Ines signed up to a group run.

Mon 15th Jan at 6:30pm

Pitsmoor Pickers: Joint Litter Pick

Helping this fantastic local pickers group to improve their local community

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Ines
Ines went on a group run

Mon 8th Jan at 6:30pm

Exploratory lifting, with mud and leaf shifting

Sheffield Report written by Tom Mutton

A strong start to the year with a good turnout despite the weather turning colder and even having a few drops of snow in the air last night!

We had a new runner along last night who was welcomed and put a good effort in at the task and also increase (neh doubling) our French contingenet within the group!

A massive bienvenu to Joseph

Please give Josepha a cheer and a follow and we hope to see you again soon!

We met Sustrans Simon on site at the entrance to Lynwood Gardens who had already laid out tools, ready for us to get cracking, after a quick brief we got straight to it:

  • Path clearing
  • Litter picking
  • Scraping mud off the path
  • Sweeping leaves of the path
  • Flagstone inspectioning

This section of path is a key link for a lot of walkers and cyclists, which takes you through a beautiful little wooded stretch. Unfortunately with the beauty of trees, there is also a lot of fallen leaves and mud that gets clumped together, encroaching on the path, making it slippery, narrower and less appealing and safe for users.

Once we were done, despite it being dark you could see how much wider and clearer the path was after our efforts.

Well done team!

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Jack Da Silva

Fri 12th Jan at 3:24pm

Great work all!

Joseph Barraud

Mon 15th Jan at 7:56pm

Thank you all for the warm welcome!

Tom Mutton

Tue 16th Jan at 11:16am

You're very welcome Joseph, hope to see you on another task soon!

Ines
Ines signed up to a group run.

Mon 8th Jan at 6:30pm

SUSTRANS: Smoothing out Lynwood

Creating a better environment for Active Travel. particularly for the disabled

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Ines
Ines went on a group run

Mon 11th Dec 2023 at 6:30pm

Can you beleaf it!

Sheffield Report written by Tom Mutton

It was the last official GG SHF run for 2024!

What a year it's been with plenty of tasks and good being done.

For our last group run of the year we were helping Sustrans with some very much needed leaf clearing of the path up at Manor way.

The path is a really good quality one and very wide compared to most active travel infrastructure, however the first chunk of the path is under trees which whilst beautiful does present leaf issues at this time of the year.

Never fear, GG are here!

We met with Sustrans Simon who already had tools neatly laid out ready for us to get stuck straight in with brooms, snow shovels and spades to move the soggy leaves from the path to make it safe and more appealing for all users.

We had some cyclists whilst there and if they weren't so stunned by our lights on the path and the sterling clearance we had provided I am sure they would have thanked us unreservedly.

Well folks, that's a wrap, hope you all have a fantastic Xmas and New Year and see you in 2024!

Happy running :)

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