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Taskforce Catch Up: April 2024
๐Ÿ—“Tuesday 16th April 8:15pm

๐Ÿ“The Rose and Crown W5 4HN

Taskforce discussing how we're doing in Ealing and what to improve

SevanKashStephDucatHarvey GallagherMadhan
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Madhan signed up to a community mission.

Sat 20th Apr at 8:00pm

You don't need all the answers to help out at this quiz! SERVING ๐Ÿฒ at Hobbayne Centre

Help out at a charity fundraising event that brings people together and supports outdoor projects

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Madhan signed up to a party.

Tue 16th Apr at 8:15pm

Taskforce Catch Up: April 2024

Taskforce discussing how we're doing in Ealing and what to improve

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Madhan went on a community mission

Sat 23rd Mar at 7:50pm

Canโ€™t help but snicker

Ealing Report written by Madhan

The St.Mellitus church turned into a concert when I was reaching the entrance. Milly sneaked me in via the backdoor. I joined Steph who after running 50k this morning, decided to do 3 GoodGym tasks back to back. That's some hardcore dedication.

Steph was running the Tuck shop with Mary, a William Hobbayne member. Mary was taking the payments, and Steph was serving them the drinks and snacks.

I joined Steph and we were regularly snacking the leftover snacks( Crackers and blue cheese) while serving the drinks/snacks to the younglings/parents who filled the church hall.

Milly on the other hand was serving drinks to the VIP's who were performing tonight. And the band members were ripping the drums and guitar out.

Drinks were the best seller of the day, we ran out of water and soft drinks by the time we closed the tuck shop. Only 8 cans of Diet Coke were left.

And there was a huge queue outside the toilets which happens to be the case throughout the night.

Once we ran out of bottled water, we were serving tap water for some time. Milly and I were running back and forth between the sink and the counter.

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Madhan signed up to a community mission.

Sat 23rd Mar at 7:50pm

Hanwell Hootie: Battle of the Bands - Manning the tuck shop - shift 2

Support the non-profit festival ran entirely by volunteers

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Madhan went on a community mission

Sun 17th Mar at 8:40am

Runners' Block

Ealing Report written by Sevan

It's a good thing that St. Patrick's day is on Sunday night this year, not Saturday. If it was a day earlier, many of the Junior parkrunners might not have rolled out or their beds and into their running shoes this morning after some late night partying.

A Sunday St. Pats also worked well for the GoodGymers in attendance, who can raise a glass tonight and not worry about leaving the Run Director in the lurch. There's only work to worry about on Monday morning after all.

This morning Harvey and Madhan were barcode scanning and Sevan was a timekeeper. Harvey also did some funnel management, putting stakes into the ground to make a cone rather a funnel, that was narrower at the start than the end.

There were a lot of marshals around the course this morning and Steph and Kash were assigned to marshal points 1 and 2 respectively. Kash was paired up with another marshal and given an important extra duty, to politely block corner cutters looking to shave a few seconds off their time. Kash agreed, told herself that none shall pass and none did.

Despite the wet weather, 33 runners made it around the course and through the funnel, managing to slide through a muddy spot that caught a few out.

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Madhan went on a group run

Tue 12th Mar at 6:45pm

Like a Bridge Over to Puddled Water, I Will Lay Mulch Down

Ealing Report written by Sevan

After the earlier downpour, 5 GoodGymers met at Bodyline Studio for their group run to help HANGOT in Elthorne Park. They welcomed Ijo on her first group run, as well as Christos and Helene rejoining us after shorter breaks. In Hanwell, Bryon made a surprise appearance and, as the group walked towards the container past a group of scouts with head torches, there was a taller scout lurking behind them who turned out to be Milly!

With the super team of 8 complete, Sevan had to open the equipment container for the first time in the dark. No pressure ๐Ÿ˜…! Luckily or skillfully, he managed to open it to find only 3 wheelbarrows, which was a bit disappointing. The wheelbarrows, shovels and rakes were grabbed and a long, muddy walk to Osterley Lock began.

The team split between wood chip shovellers, barrowers and rakers. The wheelbarrows had to cross a bridge to get to the orchard which had a giant puddle on the far side. Different techniques were tried to keep shoes clean, but they mostly ended up wet and muddy by the end.

Madhan took charge of the shovelling station, Steph Ducat led the department of transport and Bryon directed incoming wheelbarrows towards the trees in need, helping Ijo with smoothing the mulch around the base of the trees. Apple, cherry, plum trees and more that we couldn't identify were given a thick layer of mulch, helping to keep them healthy through the spring.

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Wed 13th Mar at 11:04am

Wow - great size of a group! Nicely done, everyone, and welcome to Ijo! ๐Ÿ‘‹ I like a good Simon & Garfunkel pun! ๐ŸŒ‰๐ŸŒŠ Thank you to Sevan for leading a tricky task. Btw Sevan received a comprehensive hands-on training on the container opening ๐Ÿ˜Ž - although without simulating the night time conditions - so well done!

Madhan signed up to a group run.

Tue 12th Mar at 6:45pm

Mulching Our Fruit Trees

Ensure the health of community orchards along the Grand Union Canal

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Madhan went on a mission

Mon 11th Mar at 5:00pm

Queued a lidl

Ealing Report written by Madhan

After the initial mishap of going to the wrong building and trying to explain why I was there, I then got help from an old lady who guided me to the correct building.

Mr.J welcomed me and asked if I wanted a cup of tea before I started talking about the shopping. He didn't have a shopping list ready and told me to buy a 4-pint milk and bread. I then asked him whether he wanted this or that and lidl by lidl, Mr.J remembered the things he wanted.

Your hands are freezing - Mr.J said, when he shook hands with me.

When discussing the substitutes, MrJ said to just buy whatever is available and said he doesn't have allergies or particular preference for a brand/item. After getting a ยฃ20 note I then walked to the Lidl nearby.

There was a big queue, but it was a fast-moving one. But because I was paying by cash, it took me a few minutes to complete the shopping. Mr.J couldn't believe it when I said I walked to the shop and back. He thought I traveled by car.

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Tue 12th Mar at 9:14am

Wow!!Rush hour