Nathan Wood


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A long run across London and free kebab at the finish line.

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Sun 3rd Dec at 11:00am

Bababoom Kebab Chase

A long run across London and free kebab at the finish line.

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Nathan Wood signed up to a group run.

Tue 19th Dec at 6:45pm

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Nathan Wood went on a community mission

Sun 26th Nov at 10:00am

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Nathan Wood went on a community mission

Sat 25th Nov at 12:00pm

Woodchip Wonders and Welcome Smiles: A Spirited Saturday at Thorlands Gardens

Southwark Report written by Mikhail Amran

On a chilly yet cheerful Saturday morning, the GoodGym team buzzed with energy at Thorlands Gardens. It wasn't just any gardening day – we had the pleasure of welcoming two vibrant new volunteers, Daisy and Will, who brought fresh enthusiasm to our regular crew of Sam, Maria, Nathan, and Mikhail. Simon, our spirited coordinator, was the day's hero, turning the task of laying woodchip into an unexpectedly fun adventure. The focus was on woodchip wizardry, and everyone dove in with gusto. Simon led a 'Woodchip Relay', turning the work into a playful yet productive competition. Laughter filled the air as we spread the woodchip, transforming the garden paths into a tapestry of natural beauty. Daisy and Will were at the heart of the action, quickly becoming part of the GoodGym family. Their energy was infectious, and their eagerness to learn and contribute added a spark to the day. As we wrapped up, the gardens not only looked fantastic but also echoed with the joy and warmth of a community coming together. Daisy and Will left with dirt on their hands, smiles on their faces, and an open invitation to return – a perfect blend of work and welcome at GoodGym.

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Michael WelshOlivia WallerYiannyHarvey GallagherSam Lefevre
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Nathan Wood went on a community mission

Sat 25th Nov at 10:00am

PRNG Gardening Session

Lambeth Report written by Nathan Wood

Bright and early, it was a sunny and chilly morning.

I, and the rest of the gardens volunteers took on roles to mulch and clear paths from the encroaching ivy.

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Michael WelshOlivia WallerMikhail AmranYiannyHarvey Gallagher
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Nathan Wood signed up to a community mission.

Sat 25th Nov at 12:00pm

Community gardening @ Thorlands

Will allow the community garden to flourish and for local residents to enjoy the natural space and food that is grow there

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Nathan Wood went on a group run

Wed 22nd Nov at 6:30pm

Dusting and cleaning off our knowledge of books

Southwark Report written by Sam Lefevre (he/him)

With the day off, Sam arrived nice and early to open up Old Spike as he welcomed in Andrada, Daryl, Elena, Gemma, Isaac, Katy, Maria, Nathan, Nelly, Olive (who reached her target for the year tonight), Phil and Tim! We even had newbie, Andy join us. Welcome Andy!

As we all gathered at Old Spike, Sam did his longer speech for Andy as he talked about the ways he can get involved with GoodGym further. After a few weeks of skipping the warm-up, Sam decided to do it tonight as the run to the task wasn't far. After the warm-up, everyone gave their answer to tonight's ice-breaker question.

Since it was International Men's Day over the weekend, Sam's ice-breaker question for tonight was: The theme of this year's International Men's Day is "Take action and stay healthy", can you give one practical tip for Men or male identify to stay mentally healthy? Secondly, who has been a big influential person in your life that is male/male-identifying?

For big influences, we had people's other halves, Dads, brothers, friends and even primary/secondary teachers made the list. In terms of tips, we had going out for a walk to clear your headspace, but the common theme was to be encouraged to talk about your feelings.

Finding salvation in cleaning

As we left Old Spike, Sam lead the way whilst Olive backmarked as we ran towards Peckham Rye Park and looped back at the cafe towards Nunhead. We did meet tens of runners running with Peckham Pacers. Yet, we got to Salvation Army on Nunhead Green just in time to meet Tiziana, Emma and Vic who met us there at the task.

With such a large group, Tiziana had to split us into two. One smaller group consisting of Daryl, Emma, Gemma, Nathan, Nelly and Olive were given the cleaning task. They took brooms, hoovers and cleaning cloths as they cleaned the charity shop/cafe's toilets, hallway, stairs and offices. Phil and Vic joined them in sweeping the charity shop as there were a few dusty corners. The rest of the team were upstairs in the library/bookshop space to sort out books in terms of their categories: Biography, Children's, Fiction and Thriller/Action.

The 40 minute session zoomed by and we managed to finish the cleaning, but there were still plenty of books to sort out. We will be back in three weeks' time to finish this task off and give the space another spruce up.

After our group photo, we said our goodbyes and ran literally 600 metres to get back to Old Spike for a lovely stretch before a few of us decided to go to the Old Nag's Head for a Guinness or two.

Thank You to all the GG-ers

A personal thanks from me to all those who came out tonight! Firstly, we welcomed Alex for his first GoodGym session. It was a nice short dry run both ways. The task was manageable given the size of volunteers we had. Thanks to Olive for backmarking and ensuring no-one gets left behind. We will be back in 3 weeks!

Thank You to Tiziana

GoodGym is all about getting fit and doing good! We praise the runners/cyclists/walkers who come to get fit and help out, but we often forget about our task owner. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Tiziana for preparing all the equipment and tasks for us to do in advance! We're back in three weeks' time to finish what we started with the books!

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Jacqueline Francis

Sun 26th Nov at 3:01pm

Great ice-breaker Sam!

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Sun 26th Nov at 10:00am

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