Naomi Hope

Derby

I love the combination of exercise with supporting others, putting that energy to good use!


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Naomi Hope went on a community mission

Sat 10th Feb at 10:30am

We plough the fields...

Derby Report written by Ashley

... and leave it to someone else to scatter. Ashley, Naomi, Mandy and Pete met once again at the church along with our leader David and helper Heath to create some beds suitable for wild flowers. By the time Ashley and Naomi turned up most of the hard work had already been done. After a bit more raking and picking up debris the team left the site looking clean and ready for the wild flowers to be sown.

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Rachel CarthyGwyn Williams
Peter Edwards
Naomi Hope
Naomi Hope signed up to a community mission.

Sat 10th Feb at 10:30am

Tidying the plots and the Garden of Rest at St Matthew's Church

Improve the grounds and make the plots more accessible for visitors

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Peter Edwards
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Naomi Hope went on a community mission

Sun 28th Jan at 9:00am

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2024

Sheffield Report written by Rachel (she/her)

Goodgymmers across the country took an hour out of their weekend to watch their garden for an hour and help the RSPB track bird populations. Well done everyone!

I (Rachel) picked an hour of mostly heavy rain, which probably wasn't in my favour, but meant I got to snuggle in an oodie in the conservatory feeling snug and smug.

Paul - "As I wasn’t expecting to be in the same place for an hour I combined it with a gardening task on Friday. It was a clear sunny day and while some food had been left out, the feathered visitors were not that frequent though. 19 were spotted, mainly pigeons, plus a robin who I have seen there before, along with a few sparrows and a Great Tit who disappeared as soon as the neighbours dog came out."

Gwyn and Tracey from Derby, as last year, visited each others gardens - "Gwyn was able to photograph some birds, whilst I'm only able to take pictures of things that don't move very quickly. We did the RSPB bird watch together twice; at Gwyn's house on Friday, and then at my house on Saturday, so were able to submit two lots of results whilst drinking lots of tea."

Anita - "I logged parakeets, blue tits, a robin, a collared dove and a magpie in a West London garden. I also spotted sanderlings, oyster catchers, gulls, crows and a magpie (and learnt to differentiate waders) in Wales but I don't think the view of a sliver of Swansea Bay really counts as a 'garden'."

Dave - "It was really interesting and made me take much more notice of what different types of bird arrive in the garden.

I was amazed to see a Long Tailed Tit and Siskin (I think) but boringly my garden seems to be most popular with Blackbirds!"

Sarah went for a walk with her son on the transpennine trail getting him engaged in nature.

Naomi - "I was just visited by 2 pigeons, although they flew off before I got a photo! I have cats, so don't encourage birds into our garden, as much as I love them. However I do get to see lots of birds in our neighbour's tree, safely out of the cats' reach!"

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Rachel CarthyPeter Edwards
Gwyn Williams

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Anita
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Mon 29th Jan at 4:38am

Thank you for listing this Rachel. I logged parakeets, blue tits, a robin, a collared dove and a magpie in a West London garden. I also spotted sanderlings, oyster catchers, gulls, crows and a magpie (and learnt to differentiate waders) in Wales but I don't think the view of a sliver of Swansea Bay really counts as a 'garden'.

Sheffield runner

Mon 29th Jan at 9:40pm

Great work everyone. I did my hour twice and saw only one blue tit. :( there's usually more than that!!!

Sarah

Tue 30th Jan at 5:45pm

Weldone! Great listing, lots from GG Leicester got involved, I only saw 2 Pigeons I blame the neighbours cat for visiting

Naomi Hope
Naomi Hope went on a community mission

Sat 27th Jan at 10:30am

3 Bags Full

Derby Report written by Ashley

Back at the church on a beautiful Saturday morning Ashley, Naomi, Mandy and Pete met up with other volunteers to help manage the trees and debris generated over the last few storms. We set about processing a large pile of fallen branches into manageable pieces to bag up. Only once we were done did we discover that Pete had created a new pile from haircutting a nearby tree. We filled 3 bags full of garden waste and everyone put in at least 25% effort...

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Rachel Carthy
Naomi Hope
Naomi Hope signed up to a community mission.

Sun 28th Jan at 9:00am

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2024

Help protect UK bird populations

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Gwyn Williams
Naomi Hope
Naomi Hope signed up to a community mission.

Sat 27th Jan at 10:30am

Tidying the plots and the Garden of Rest at St Matthew's Church

Improve the grounds and make the plots more accessible for visitors

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Naomi Hope
Naomi Hope went on a community mission

Mon 27th Feb 2023 at 9:00am

Out for the Count

Derby Report written by Derby runner

A few GoodGymers spent some peaceful moments looking at the sky, taking part in CPRE's Star Count over the last week (17 to 26 February).

From those who shared their numbers with me, Gwyn counted the most, with 14 in North Wales. Naomi and Lorraine came in pretty close with 13 in Derby. The other side of Derby wasn't quite so lucky; I only manged 8, which was fewer than the 9 that Jenni from Ealing saw, despite her having considerable light pollution from Heathrow airport.

Thanks to all who took part, especially those who got cold trying, and failing, in the earlier days of the week where the cloud cover thwarted any attempts to see stars at all.

Anyone who signed up, but hasn't yet emailed photos or confirmation of submitting a result can still send pictures to tracey@traceycool.plus.com to be added to the register.

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Olivia WallerGwyn Williams

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