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Lending a hand (and shaking a tail feather) at the Age UK H&F Christmas Party
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📍Age UK Hammersmith & Fulham W6 8NJ

Helping to celebrate those who support the elderly and vulnerable

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

Wed 14th Dec at 6:30pm

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

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Jonathan (he/him) went on a group run

Wed 30th Nov at 6:30pm

To-barrow, to-barrow, I love you to-barrow, you’re only a spade awaaay!

Hounslow Report written by Anastasia Hancock (she/her)

Astonishing, lovely, charming, kind and large. To kick off last night we tried to think of adjectives to describe ourselves starting with the first letter of our name - why not have a look at the register and try and match the description with the GGer?!

There was a chill in the air, but we were not to be deterred and after a quick warm up we headed off for Chiswick House for our task in the community kitchen garden. We arrived at the gates to see the figure of Gardener Stephen striding towards us through the mists, and followed him to the garden.

He had helpfully laid out a fleet (a convoy? An armada?) of wheelbarrows and more spades that you could shake a headtorch at ready for our task.

While one group got busy destroying (our strong suit) some old raised beds, the rest of us grabbed tools and began shifting woodchips - and a good job too as it is officially Leticia's favourite task!

Soon we were working like a well oiled machine, and Michelle suggested we need some sort of air traffic control system to guide the wheelbarrows in as they came thick and fast.

After 40 minutes of hard work and many sets of numb fingers we waved goodbye to Stephen for the year and headed over to the park for a fitness session where we found out all sorts of new things about each other - like who had bungee jumped before, who had been too drunk to eat Christmas Day lunch, and, unbelievably, who had never run a parkrun before. Time for some New Year's resolutions to be made? Oh and we threw in some sprints, squats and lunges for good measure.

Next week we're going to be doing an important job spreading the word about the fabulous That's A Wrap drive, which aims to provide every child living in poverty with a gift this Christmas. Sign up for all the fun and fitness right here. Now it's officially December (just about), it's time to put some good festive purpose into our workouts!

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

Wed 30th Nov at 6:30pm

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Jonathan (he/him) went on a group run

Mon 28th Nov at 6:30pm

No Sh*t!

Wandsworth Report written by Anastasia Hancock (she/her)

Apologies first of all for the terrible title of this run report, but what else can you say when the delivery of horse manure we were expecting to be able to do the task didn't get delivered in time?! Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately (it was up for debate) we had to revise our evening's manure-based session in favour of something slightly more, shall we say, aromatic.

However, we still had plenty of jobs to do at Paradise Cooperative Garden, so we quickly got stuck in to a warm up (after a long discussion about how brilliant Decathlon is and all our fave bits of kit). We also challeneged ourselves to think of an adjective that best describes ourselves starting with the first letter of our name. Between us we decided we were amazing, jovial, shady (or was that sexy?), jolly and aging. What a mix!

We ran through the Christmassy streets of Clapham to Paradise garden where for once we cracked the code first go - its a festive miracle! The jobs for the evening were cutting back stinging nettles, cleaning the polytunnel, sweeping the leaves up and doing a litter sweep. Dividing up into teams we quickly dispersed into the dark garden and tried not to get too spooked by the sketchy lifesize hanging scarecrow.

After a good half an hour of hard work we had completed the tasks so it was over to Wandsworth Common to do a fitness based game of I have Never. The basic idea was that you sprinted if you had done something, and it was interesting to find out who had climbed a mountain, who had never had Covid, who had been in the Channel Tunnel and who had down a day of double missions. We even had a visit from an excellent dog who politely came to say hello to everybody, and spotted another gang of runners (who sadly didn't want to seem to join us!).

Next week we're off to the Omnibus theatre to help sort out their garden and celebrate Steph's 100th good deed! Also don't forget about the south London social happening this Thursday where all the south of the river groups are getting together for some festive fun! You can sign up here. Hopefully see lots of you there for the first of lots of Christmas-shaped fun coming up!

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