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London Winter Run 10K
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Party with penguins, hug a polar bear, get the iconic finisher's medal

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Rebecca (She/Her) been cheered 1000 times. ๐Ÿฅ‡

Saturday 10th February



Rebecca (She/Her) been cheered 1000 times.

Rebecca is extraordinary; they've received 1000 cheers. That's some serious noise and some serious support. Rebecca is an apostle.

Lizzy BurchGill
Rebecca (She/Her) went on a community mission

Sat 10th Feb at 8:40am

Getting a wriggle on

Luton Report written by Luton runner

A lovely morning for a Goodgym takeover at Luton Wardown Parkrun. As ever, a variety of roles were undertaken - beginning with setup. The early shift found that a damp night had brought lots of worms out on to the course. Not a tough hazard - unless you're a worm... After tens of the little fellas had been safely moved back onto the grass (and all the signs and cones and stuff were in place) things were ready to go. More Goodgymers arrived to marshal, scan barcodes and tail-walk ensuring that 350+ fellow runners enjoyed another fantastic morning in our beautiful park. Back next month!

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Rebecca (She/Her) signed up to a race.

Sun 25th Feb at 9:30am

London Winter Run 10K

Party with penguins, hug a polar bear, get the iconic finisher's medal

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Rebecca (She/Her) signed up to a community mission.

Sat 10th Feb at 8:40am

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Rebecca (She/Her) went on a group run

Wed 7th Feb at 6:45pm

We Scrubbed Up Well!

Luton Report written by David Mansfield

This week was a slightly different group run, no brambles in the dark for us!

We had a task super close to our start point so we took a stroll round the corner to the Gurdwara where a big cleaning job waited for us.

The Gurdwara feeds loads of people every week with their community kitchen and with several Sikh festivals coming up things will be extra busy so it was time for a deep clean ๐Ÿซง

The kitchen was still in use as we arrived, and we were asked to take a seat and enjoy some pakoras and samosas with tea before we started, yum ๐Ÿ˜‹

Bellies filled with delicious freshly cooked food we were eager to get to work and there was plenty to do.

Cupboards were emptied, cleaned inside and out, all the contents sorted for use-by dates and then replaced in the cupboards.

A couple of book shelves were unloaded and removed to make way for fancy new ones. Sounds simple but the 8 screws that needed unscrewing were the toughest screws you've ever met, really worked up a sweat on those!

Finally before we set off into the night we were issued with takeaway bags with more pakoras. We have certainly been spoiled on this task!

Normal service will resume next week!

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Abim AdejumoGill
Rebecca (She/Her) signed up to a group run.

Wed 7th Feb at 6:45pm

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Rebecca (She/Her) went on a community mission

Wed 20th Dec 2023 at 9:15am

๐ŸŽ Three Wise Women Bearing Gifts ๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ‘‘ ๐ŸŽ .

Luton Report written by Gill (She/her)

You've heard of the three wise men, bearing gifts, but this morning saw the three wise women travelling across Luton following a star... ok following a SatNav , but it was close. Gill, Rebecca and Karen met at Sundon Park Baptist Chuirch, and while they were not bearing gifts, they soon got busy packing up the gifts of food that have been donated by local people and companies. The Breakfast Boxes were soon filled with lots of good things to help support families who will need a top up over the winter break from school. So while there was no gold, frankincense or myrhh, the boxes were filled with fruit, bread, eggs, milk, oats, cereal, honey, tea bags, and a whole lot more, before being distributed to the families who visited the church to collect them.

We enjoyed the task, and it was lovely to catch up with other regular volunteers from the church including 4 teenagers who give up their time every holiday to support this project.

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