Rachel Levick


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Sprucing up Lindum Grove Community Garden
🗓Sunday 25th February 11:00am

📍Lindum Grove Community Garden NG2 4BW

To make the area nicer for those that benefit from the garden

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Rachel Levick
Rachel Levick signed up to a community mission.

Sun 10th Mar at 7:30am

Marshalling at the Nottingham 10K

Help the runners have a fantastic experience in support of the Jane Tomlinson Run For All organisation.

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Peter EdwardsMark Gilyead
Rachel Levick
Rachel Levick went on a community mission

Sun 18th Feb at 11:00am

Hold it, flash, bang, wallop, what a brick-ture!

Nottingham Report written by Rachel Levick

Four Nottingham GoodGymers returned to the Sneinton Primary School Community Allotment on Sunday. On arrival, Kathryn explained that our latest task was to move some bricks that had been piled and dumped at the back of the allotment into a more orderly pile in the middle. Leah, Emma and Rachel L set to work on this. We were helped by Kathryn’s 5-year old daughter, Ava, who did a super job and enjoyed uncovering the hundreds of bugs and insects that had been living under the bricks.

Meanwhile, Rachel W and Kathryn worked on clearing another area at the back of the allotment. They managed to get through so much that at one point we lost them into the neighbouring plot!

Before downing tools, we had time for a quick litter pick of the outside path and a photo by our brick pile to finish off another great hour at the allotment. The sun even made an appearance which made us all feel very spring-like and glad that the early morning rain had not tempted us to cancel.

We were delighted to welcome Emma to her first GoodGym task – hope to see you again soon!

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