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Richard went on a group run

Tue 11th Jun at 6:30pm

We all had a weedy good time

Bath Report written by Helen Conner (she/her)

7 goodymers jogged or walked to the secret garden/cementry looked after by the Bath Preservation Trust in Widcombe. Up a short alley and hidden behind giant gates lies the land that time forgot.

Overgrown with nettles and bind weed, the team began to clear huge sections of the garden to reveal the ancient wall markings indicating where burials lie.

The team did a fantastic job and in no time the area looked so much better!

Fingers crossed for not too much sunshine and showers as the weeds will return with a vengence

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Richard signed up to a group run.

Tue 11th Jun at 6:30pm

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Richard signed up to a community mission.

Sat 15th Jun at 9:30pm

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Richard signed up to a community mission.

Tue 18th Jun at 6:30pm

Gardening for the Trauma Breakthrough charity

Providing a safe and relaxing space for the visitors of this mental health charity

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Richard went on a community mission

Tue 28th May at 6:30pm

“The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library.” ― Albert Einstein

Bath Report written by Kate

Five GoodGymers braved a wet and miserable Tuesday evening to assist Newbridge Primary School with the dismantling of their library.

Removing a library I hear you cry! How will the children broaden their minds? Never fear! We diligently moved the books from their neat little shelves, down a long corridor to their temporary piles on tiny tables (that had corresponding tiny chairs)! Using various trollies to aid us; our inner child may have come out as there was a sneaky little race with the empty trollies down the corridor by two of our members. I’d say it was a draw.

The overall idea of the move is for the school to make the corridor into their library space (as they don’t have a lot…space that is). The old library/computer room will be repurposed into their music room. Unfortunately their current one has a leaking ceiling!

Ever efficient, we managed to move all the books waiting for us in half an hour enabling us to skip out early, after offering our further assistance, of course.

Good work team!

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Richard
Richard signed up to a community mission.

Tue 28th May at 6:30pm

Newbridge Primary Library

The help will mean that the parent who is constructing the new library, will be able to work from May-Sept in his spare time to get the library ready for the start of next academic year.

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Richard went on a community mission

Tue 21st May at 6:30pm

A trashy report

Bath Report written by Helen Conner (she/her)

Armed with litter pickers and bin bags, 5 goodgymers made their way in the rain across Brickfields park in search of litter.

Usually a open litter bin, the park was surprisingly clean, however within an hour we did manage to fill a whole bag, amazing what you can find that is not too obvious at first glance.
From broken glass, glass bottles, plastic bottles, crisp bags and chocolate wrappers we filled the bags.

It might have been raining but we felt good after our session knowing that we had made a difference in just one hour, much more useful than sitting in on the sofa!

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Richard signed up to a community mission.

Tue 21st May at 6:30pm

Plogging along the River Avon

Get fit and tidy up our waterways

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Richard went on a group run

Sun 19th May at 10:30am

Let's brush up on our skills

Bath Report written by Helen Conner (she/her)

4 Goodgymers jogged and walked their way to the Community centre in Batheaston on a glorious sunny Sunday to help paint the community hall.

We welcomed Hayley who joined us for the first time. Welcome Hayley, we hope you enjoyed your task with us.

Faced with red doors, paint brushes and white paint, the team quickly got to work and managed a first coat on all the key areas identified by the task owner. You can see from the pictures that many more coats are required but we made a good start for the volunteers at the centre.

Rewarded with lovely sandwiches and juices, we then made our way back to our homes ready for a sunny afternoon at our own leisure.

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Richard went on a group run

Tue 14th May at 6:30pm

I'm rooting for you

Bath Report written by Helen Conner (she/her)

6 Goodgymers headed to a small and secret garden just off Lyncombe hill to help the Bath Preservation Trust.

Provided with sheers, clippers, gloves and determination we cleared large areas of holly, bind wind and brambles to reveal the garden wall and borders once again.

It's a huge task and we cleared a large corner in just one hour. It's amazing what can be acheived with 6 people.

Well done team! Until next time :)

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