Matt Burton


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Doing good since July 2019

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Matt Burton went on a group run

Wed 17th Jul at 6:00pm

Feline Fine

Oxford Report written by Anwen Greenaway

Our friends at Flo's The Place in the Park asked for our help to get the word out to locals about their great refill shop. Stocking everything from toiletries and cleaning products to pasta and pulses, it's a great resource for the local area, plus using it saves lots of plastic waste from going to landfill.

We were advised that the best tool for getting leaflets through doors without getting fingers pinched by aggressive post flaps are wooden spatulas. Sadly, we were spatula-less this time, but managed to avoid and leaflet-posting injuries, got all our flyers delivered, admired some ambitious front gardens, and made friends with several local cats.

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Matt Burton
Matt Burton signed up to a group run.

Wed 17th Jul at 6:00pm

Flyers for Flo’s

Helping the refill shop

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Matt Burton went on a group run

Wed 10th Jul at 6:00pm

Making Space at MakeSpace

Oxford Report written by Bethan Greenaway

Makespace is a gorgeous community building on the banks of the river, a stones throw from Port Meadow. It houses artists, a very thriving book and plant swap cupboard, and the famed Library of Things.

We pop there annually to give their outside space a spruce and tidy and tonight was no different.

Fourteen Goodgymers made light work of weeding the paving slabs, cutting back brambles to reveal roses, honeysuckle and budlia, and de-mossing the entrance. Ben even got to use a strimmer to attack the ling grass but declared it "a young mans game"..........

A little trio of us then had a delightful jog across Port Meadow - spotting The Medley and reminiscing about the evening we spent there eating pizza in torrential rain!!

Thank you everyone and special well done to Megan on her 50th good deed!!

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Matt Burton
Matt Burton signed up to a group run.

Wed 10th Jul at 6:00pm

Makespace Oxford Gardening

Garden and car park ‘spring’ clean and tidy

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Matt Burton went on a training session

Sat 15th Jun at 8:50am

Get in the Q

Oxford Report written by Bethan Greenaway

On a drizzly June morning, feeling bleary eyed and under-caffeinated, 5 Goodgymers scooted down the A34 to tick off another parkrun letter.

Quakers Walk parkrun was a lovely course, mostly under tree cover which was a welcome feature with all the pesky rain we are having at the moment.

After our run we bimbled off the Black Dog Cafe and enjoyed very chunky slices of cake, tasty coffee and butter in the shape of paws - marmite butter infact. A delicious revelation for this savoury lover!

Welcome to the fold Megan!

Where should we visit next?!?

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Matt Burton
Matt Burton signed up to a training session.

Sat 15th Jun at 8:50am

Quakers Walk parkrun

Ticking off an alphabet letter

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Matt Burton went on a group run

Wed 29th May at 6:00pm

Goody two (missing) shoes

Oxford Report written by Anwen Greenaway

Some days everything falls into place seamlessly and life appears frictionless...Yesterday was not one of those days.

With missing running shoes, forgotten gardening gloves, and rush hour traffic all conspiring against us (and that was just me), we were not off to the most auspicious start. However, things took a turn for the better once we actually made it to the task: We found orchard triangle had been mown since our last visit so was less of a jungle, and we could get to the plants along the railings to weed and mulch. Also less long grass = fewer bitey bugs; a definite bonus!

We weeded, chatted, spread wood chip, tried to rescue a sad-looking rhubarb plant, rehomed snails, and generally improved the growing conditions for the numerous loganberry, raspberry and blackcurrant plants. We're looking forward to tasting our first loganberries come harvest time.

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