20 Month Streak
22 Month Streak
Tuesday 31st January
Katie Hodges run in seven different GoodGym areas.
Katie loves to wander. Katie has been to seven different GoodGym areas and seen the different cultures, etiquette and style of different trainers and met hundreds of people. Katie is a wanderer.
Tue 31st Jan at 6:45pm
14 amazing GoodGymers run, walked, rode their way to Charing Cross to help the amazing GROAD charity give out a Van load of supplies to Westminster's homeless community.
Great to have such a good group out in force to help with the evenings efforts. A new system which helped massively with ensuring only exactly what was wanted went to each individual so allowed many more people to be helped with vital clothing and sanitary supply's.
We had a railing long pop up show room which everyone go to have a look and choose what fitted and met their needs. Great interactions and help to find and get all of what was needed.
On the Van we gave out 60 sleeping bags, 40 pairs of shoes, 50 big bags, 5 folding chairs, 3 tents and 1 radio! Sone great sorting at the back and awesome skills at the to help as many people as possible with a finite amount of donations!
An hour gone in a flash and a huge impact on Westminster's homeless community!
Thanks for everyone for coming!
See you at another session very soon!
Mon 16th Jan at 6:30pm
The temperature was dropping last night but excitement levels were on the rise as we headed back to St Mary's School and its epic slide!
We kicked off the night with a much needed warm up and welcomed Patsie to her very first session. As it was Blue Monday - supposedly the gloomiest day of the year although there were no signs of it in Wandsworth - we all named something that brought us joy. Food was very popular, especially, cheese, chocolate and lasagna, as was running, football, dogs and being outside.
It was about 2kms down to the school and we made it there in no time. Jared, the school's brilliant head, was waiting for us with plenty of sacks, and we soon got stuck in. The job was to empty the raised beds on the upper terrace so that the school could create a climate change garden. The area will be filled with plants for the children to help identify, sow and care for, particularly ones that don't need as much rain and so will be sustainable through climate change.
It was chilly work but we soon warmed up with some labour intensive activity. While the upstairs team shoveled, filled, then posted bags through the entrance to the slide, Jordan and Dave were waiting at the bottom to catch them. They were then transported through the building to the courtyard by Jamal, Jared and Catherine in a very efficient human chain! Great work everybody.
Next week we've got an inside task at a local scout hall, which we'll be giving a big spring clean. See you there to banish those January blues!
Tue 10th Jan at 6:45pm
Mon 16th Jan at 6:30pm
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