Keith Baker

Bournemouth

Likes outdoors and beaches works on conservation on Poole heathlands and Brownsea.


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Workouts
33
Cheers given
244
Cheers received
99

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Doing good since October 2019

Not done a group run this month

8 Month Streak


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Keith Baker went on a community mission

Wed 21st Sep at 6:15pm

Sea, sand, sun and litter, what more does a person want?

Bournemouth Report written by Bournemouth runner

Four Goodgymmers, Vicky, Caprice, Keith and Lea, were ready to tackle the litter around Bournemouth Pier… esp. Lea was ready for the blinking Harry Ramsden salt sachets! Well, as Shakespeare would say: “to be disappointed or not to be disappointed”…. Not that many around, what, no salt sachets?! No, only 6! Apparently Caprice had obviously already done a good job!! Mind you, she decided to leave well alone when she saw a mean looking seagull tucking into a noodles box. She then saw her chance when it flew away, sorry seagull! Keith saw this strange apparition at the top of the cliff… he wondered why anybody would be lurking there?! Ghosts galore or goats galore? And where was Vicky in all this: happily picking another section around the pier. Well done team! And a beautiful sunset to boot!!!

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Keith Baker signed up to a community mission.

Wed 21st Sep at 6:15pm

Litterpicking around Bournemouth Pier

Prevents litter from ending up in the sea

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Keith Baker went on a community mission

Tue 13th Sep at 6:00pm

We stopped counting at 200...

Bournemouth Report written by Keith Baker

Paul, Keith and Lea turned up at Bishop Aldhelm just after the rain stopped. Oh good, as the task entailed cleaning SOME windows... Well actually we stopped counting at 200!!! Never realised before how many sides the school building has. Every time we turned a corner, there were more windows and more windows. Luckily we got to the end just as it was getting too dark to see. And with these sparkling clean windows, the kids will certainly need sunglasses tomorrow!

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Keith Baker signed up to a community mission.

Tue 13th Sep at 6:00pm

Digging in at Bishop Aldhelm’s

Help Neil the caretaker get things ready for the start of the school year

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Keith Baker went on a community mission

Tue 16th Aug at 6:30pm

Pleasantly surprised x2 ?!?!?!

Bournemouth Report written by Bournemouth runner

On the list for today’s litterpick was a PT, a new Goodgym member. When I got to Durley Chine I was pleasantly surprised (first one) to see Paul…. A lot of us know Paul as the friendly caretaker from Bishop Aldhelm School. He joined three other litterpickers today: Keith, Nicola and Lea. No fake guns, no statues of St Anthony, but we did find one pair of gents underpants, a (probably stolen or lost) handbag with contents and a brand new set of bbq tools… The “pleasantly surprised” (second one) was: well, not as much rubbish as we usually find. Has Joe Public finally got the message?!?! Wouldn’t that be wonderful!

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Sue MacDermott

Tue 16th Aug at 9:01pm

Welcome Paul ! Well done all of you . Good to hear the situation wasn’t too bad!

Keith Baker
Keith Baker signed up to a community mission.

Tue 16th Aug at 6:30pm

Litterpicking Durley Chine

Improve quality of life for sea creatures

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Keith Baker done a 12 month mission streak. 🥳

Wednesday 13th July

Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible

Keith Baker done a 12 month mission streak.

Wow, Keith has completed a 12 month mission streak. That means they've cleared gardens, moved furniture and changed light bulbs in spring, summer, autumn and even winter. Show your support and give them a massive cheer!

Hannah
Keith Baker
Keith Baker went on a community mission

Tue 12th Jul at 6:30pm

Painting the town red, blue and yellow!

Bournemouth Report written by Hannah

At GoodGym Bournemouth we LOVE a painting task, so it was great to have 5 of us together as the weather cooled down to head to The Rookery to paint flowerboxes for the 'Your Planet Doctors' charity!

We met the lovely Anne who had some big pots of bright paint, and we quickly got to work to see how much we could get done in 1 hour.

On the red team we had Marianne and Hannah, on the blue team we had Keith and Lea, and on the yellow team was our very own ray of sunshine Sue.

It's amazing what a lick of paint can do, we had multiple people stop and tell us how great it looks, and we have to agree! What a difference some bright colours can make 🌈

Your Planet Doctors are an amazing charity encouraging gardening and growing fruit and veg for mental health... we definitely left there feeling better than when we arrived and like we'd achieved something good.

And I left there feeling even better than usual, as I've FINALLY hit my 100th good deed! Very proud to still be part of something really special at GoodGym Bournemouth 🥰 - Hannah

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Sue MacDermott

Wed 13th Jul at 3:00pm

Yay Hannah ! Congratulations on your 100th !! Great report .

Keith Baker

Wed 13th Jul at 7:02pm

Well done hannah, how many did George do too?

Hannah

Thu 14th Jul at 9:52pm

Thanks guys! George must have been with for for at least 10 of those during all my lockdown missions 😄

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Tue 12th Jul at 6:30pm

Painting the Rookery flower beds

Help get the beds painted for the school

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Keith Baker went on a group run

Wed 6th Jul at 6:30pm

Ants in pants and hands

Bournemouth Report written by Bournemouth runner

The task today was to help Neil, the new handyman at Bishop St Aldhelm's primary school.Keith,Lea,Janet,Marianne and new sign up Maria set to work weeding flower beds in the memory garden and we got our hands and knees dirty while the ants wanted to come and see us....After we finished weeding,Neil had another little task for us and that was to clean the very green bike shed! With warm water,sponges,cloths and brushes we enthusiastically set to work and after a bit of elbow grease and team work, the previously green shed now sparkled in the sun and we could see that our work had paid off, that is always a bonus. Neil was very happy with our help. Next Tuesday the task is in Southbourne where we are helping"Your planet doctors" by painting some flower beds.Please come along and join us,the more the merrier!

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