Sandy Dhaliwal


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Sandy Dhaliwal went on a group run

Mon 26th Feb at 6:30pm

A stones throw away…

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

Tonight we covered a longer distance than we normally do followed by a litter pick of Upton Court Park.

We met at 6:30pm in the car park and with a quick warm up for the walkers we set half the team off on their 2.5km journey to the fire station and back, whilst the remaining team held back for a longer warm up before setting off to the Harvester pub for their 5km route.

With having just completed the Wokingham Half Marathon yesterday my legs were screaming at me to be slow and steady so we did a lampost to lampost walk/run route.

En route we found a stone..not just any old stone but a directional stone dated back to 1741!

19 miles to Hyde Park Corner

Is what the stone read with a mile marker to Slough and 2 to Colnbrook.

Back at base meet up the walkers had already picked up the pickers and bags that we had strategically placed before heading out... and had got to work

It was a little dark in the car park (shame the revamp in upton didn't include more lighting) but despite that the team still managed to collect 2 bags of rubbish.

Well done all and thank you for coming out on a cold cold night!

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Sandy Dhaliwal signed up to a group run.

Mon 26th Feb at 6:30pm

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Sandy Dhaliwal went on a group run

Mon 12th Feb at 6:30pm

Let's run just a litter bit?

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

This evening we were back at one of our very original task's - Wexham Park Hospital doing a litter pick task. It was great to have Jean back after a little break.

Also really good to see Rosa, lovely to catch up with you.

We met at the top of Shaggy Calf Lane and I briefed the team of the task, the distance and that we would be doing a litter bit of running

Running? But I like walking said Hamid

That was no problem either as we had Jean on back marking duties so walking is never an issue. But guess who was leading the 'run' pack? Yep... Hamid. He had decided to run instead and what a good runner he is! He's kept that talent a secret.

As we approached the hospital grounds we bagged up the bags onto the litter pick loops, paired up and got to work.

Each pair managed to fill a bag each, just proving the fact that we need to continue supporting the hospital with this type of task.

Thank you for everyone's help tonight.

Next week we will be in Cippenham helping Slough Outreach with getting their storage.

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Sandy Dhaliwal signed up to a group run.

Mon 12th Feb at 6:30pm

Wexham Park Hospital Litter Pick

Improve your health and the environment

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Sandy Dhaliwal went on a community mission

Wed 31st Jan at 12:30pm

We did it our way….

Slough Report written by Manjit Birk

The final task of our January Challenge as we all smashed it! 135 good deeds done and dusted!

Well done to everyone who did something good for Slough. Be it litter picks with your little ones, food bank donations or phone calls to the elderly

Now lets enjoy February

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