Julie Watts


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Julie Watts went on a group run

Mon 5th Feb at 6:15pm

Mannequin hands make light work

Bournemouth Report written by Caprice McWilliams

Tonight's session was to help our good friends at Hope Housing. Runners Julie, Daryl and Caprice met for the Group Run to the session. James, Milly, Sophie and Emma made their own way to the task. A big welcome to Emma, Sophie's sister. It was lovely meeting her and we hope to see her at future sessions. At the task we were met by Tony who got us to work clearing and tidying a store room. We created a chain to move everything out of the store room. Emma, Sophie, and Milly got to work sweeping and Julie found a dustpan and brush to clear up the mess. The contents of the room were then returned in a more orderly fashion. With easy accessible item located at the front. These items were to be taken to Hope's Charity Shop located in Southbourne. Many hands make light work as we were all done and dusted in 30 minutes. Next month Tony would like us to tackle the large store room so that should be fun. Next week it's Quiz at Abbeyfield Retirement Home. See you there!!

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Caprice McWilliams
Julie Watts
Julie Watts signed up to a group run.

Mon 5th Feb at 6:15pm

Helping Hope Housing

Assisting staff and volunteers at Hope Housing

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Julie Watts
Julie Watts went on a group run

Mon 15th Jan at 6:15pm

Hope is where the heart is

Bournemouth Report written by Caprice McWilliams

What a great turn out for tonight's session. Eleanor, Chloe, Julie, Jenny and Caprice met for the Group Run with Daryl leading the way on his bike. It's was great seeing Jenny again, it's been too long!! It was lovely seeing Julie again, she had been away due to an injured foot, fingers crossed that it's on the mend!

The runners made their way through town and were met at the task by James and Milly who had made their own way to the session.

Tonight's task was to sort donations for Hope's Charity Shop. The group had to categorise and bag up lots of clothing, such as Men's, and Ladies winter and summer clothing, mens and ladies shoes. There were even some dog toys thrown in for good measure! After a good rummage and a sort out the GoodGymers managed to sort everything out in no time at all. Many hands make light work!

We'll be back again to help Tony in a month's time so please do sign up to the session.

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Caprice McWilliams
Julie Watts
Julie Watts signed up to a group run.

Mon 15th Jan at 6:15pm

Helping Hope Housing

Assisting staff and volunteers at Hope Housing

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Julie Watts
Julie Watts went on a group run

Mon 16th Oct 2023 at 6:30pm

GoodGym Bournemouth wheelie makes a difference!

Bournemouth Report written by Caprice McWilliams

Ellie, Julie, Daryl and Caprice met in Bournemouth Gardens for a mini run to Meyrick Park. Wearing their head torches and hi-viz they made their way to meet Sue who had cycled to the session. Sticking together they walked the perimeter of the park collecting any rubbish that they could find. Tonight's treasures consisted of bottles, cans, dog poo bags and randomly wheel based items. Ellie finding an actual wheel, Daryl a trolley, Julie and Sue finding a bike! The police even did a drive-by to see what we were up to! We did look a bit strange with head torches lurking in the bushes! After a successful clear up, the runners walked Sue back to her bike, then they made the short run back to the Town centre. With the nights drawing in and the temperatures dropping, head torches and extra layers were a game changer! Definitely remember to pack these for future GoodGym sessions. See you at the next time!

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Julie Watts
Julie Watts signed up to a group run.

Mon 16th Oct 2023 at 6:30pm

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