Katie London



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Katie London signed up to a group run.

Wed 22nd Mar at 6:00pm

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Katie London signed up to a community mission.

Wed 22nd Mar at 6:00pm

Shoe boxes for Ukraine

Donating shoe boxes to be filled with gifts

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Katie London went on a community mission

Sat 18th Mar at 10:52am

Hobnobs and Thank yous

Portsmouth Report written by Katie London

1 goodgymer ran to the Lord Mayor's thank you at the Guildhall. The mayor spoke movingly about the impact of Covid upon the City and importance of all the volunteers who stepped up and supported. Made me very proud to be a goodgymer. Then there was networking and biscuits where I got to tell everyone about the fabulousness of my goodgym friends!

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Katie London went on a community mission

Thu 16th Mar at 10:30am

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Katie London went on a group run

Wed 15th Mar at 6:00pm

In the middle of a (human) chain reaction

Portsmouth Report written by Katie Carew-Robinson

Tonight we epitomised the "do good get fit" hashtag!

We met at Fratton CC then ran and cycled to the Package Free Larder on Elm Grove where we were met by our walking team and Clare from Share Portsmouth.

We then formed a human chain from the basement to the back door to move all the donations to Share from their store into the van (shout out to FoodCycle for the van loan!). Jo (aka Captain Detail) took charge of the van loading / life size Tetris and managed to fit everything into the back.

It was then a race as to who would get to the Cascades first... van vs human, the humans won!

We then formed another human chain and passed everything in to the store room where Val and Judy ably sorted them onto shelves in a logical order.

There was an amazing amount of stuff passes down the line including tents, baby stuff, bread maker, pasta makers, tools, lawn mowers, Flamingo Ringo.... it was like an episode of the Generation Game.

10 out of 10 tonight for a classic GoodGym task!

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