Rob Ward



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Doing good since June 2018

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Rob Ward went on a group run

Tue 2nd May at 6:15pm

Floral Coranation

Brighton Report written by STEFANIA ROSSO (she/her)

While honoured to be running together with our GoodGym Hero Jane - in 10th place for the distance covered nationwide, we wondered about the story of the allegedly famous Floral Clock in Palmeira Square, Hove. Palmeira and Adelaide Garden Fund want to restore this 70-year-old floral clock that was installed to mark Queen’s Victoria coronation, adding value to the square for being one of the few monuments about the Queen in Brighton &Hove. Here, this Sunday May 7, Coronation weekend, there will be a picnic in the park, music and a fundraising fair from noon to around 5pm - expecting 200+ residents, celebrating neighbours and community by sitting together, sharing friendships and food.
All Brighton GoodGyme-rs are invited to join for a right royal knees up! We always like helping our friends Stuart and Judith, who are very proactive directors of the Palmeira and Adelaide Garden Fund Group and joint this Tuesday’s GoodGym mission for clearing and scrubbing the garden up to royal standard! Another nice evening with an enthusiastic return to action from Nicola and welcoming our new member Ben. Hope the squats and lunges of our fitness session will not deter you from coming back next week 😊 Happy Good-royal Gyming!

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Rob Ward signed up to a group run.

Tue 2nd May at 6:15pm

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Rob Ward went on a community mission

Tue 25th Apr at 6:30pm

Primary colours

Brighton Report written by Doug Pearman (he/him)

Brightly coloured play equipment A pond to dip into Spring flowers A handmade pizza oven Teeming raised allotment beds

These sights faced the intrepid few after a breathless stride/ride up a freshly asphalted hill to Carlton Hill Primary school.

After some brief checks for frogspawn and newtspotting, hands were gloved and the team divided like a shamrock to tackle three tasks in one. The strong hands of Alpha team cleared the pizza oven surrounds in preparation for upcoming proud cooks at the summer fete. The green fingers of Bravo team weeded the allotment beds - soon to be planted out as an educational project with the littlun’s. And with secateurs, graspers, bold feet and the thoughtful (if damp) hands of Charlie team, brown stems and green mats of pond overgrowth were plucked, snipped, and lifted so the 4-11 year olds could get excited about the prettier parts of nature and have a chance at spotting the fortunate few tadpoles still on their way to frogdom.

Of course - once the lucky trefoil had reunited we all wound down in GoodGym style using every inch of the kids’ playpark for dips, push-ups, balances and mushroom-hopping japes. Smiles on dials all round, with an iridescent cloud formation to keep us marvelling at the beauty of nature on the way home too.

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Rob Ward
Rob Ward signed up to a community mission.

Tue 25th Apr at 6:30pm