Tom Peacock


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Tom Peacock went on a mission

Thu 8th Feb at 10:30am

From rains to reins

Kingston upon Thames Report written by Tom Peacock

A thoroughly wet and miserable day was brightened up by a morning visit to see Miss A. We both have an interest in horses and horse racing so we had plenty to talk about, but she is somebody anyone would enjoy chatting to about a host of other passions that she has. I learned some new things and I think she appreciated the visit

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Tom Peacock went on a group run

Tue 6th Feb at 6:30pm

🪘An office ConunDRUM 🥁

Kingston upon Thames Report written by Claire Dunne

Tonight we were off to Searchlight to help out GoodGym member Martel and the other trustees.

The runners made it just in time before the heavens opened whilst others had a little shower on their walks and cycle rides over.

Martel explained the challenge. Empty a large office and fit it into a smaller one and move the drums from the small room to the large one to give the drumming group their own room.

We split into 2 groups; one group emptying the drums out of their storage room and the other emptying the office. We found all sorts of things including a hobby horse, spray paint and broken chair legs to name a few.

Having cleared out lighter items it was time for the heavy lifting. Tom, Petra and Julie moved the desk, whilst Emma helped with the safe shuffle. Petra and Julie’s gym sessions definitely paid off as they managed to lift a filing cabinet between the rooms.

Once empty Jade gave the office a good hoover then Emily and Claire started to put drums in.

We converted the small room into an office working out how to fit all the furniture in and sorted the items we had taken out of the old office until everything had a home.

A quick spot of drumming whilst we had a photo (we won’t give up the day jobs!) and it was time to head in to the drizzle on our runs, walks and cycle rides. A big shout out to Luke who ran all the way to the postcode but couldn't find the entrance! Hopefully we've figured out a way to get in touch next time there's an issue with directions.

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Tom Peacock
Tom Peacock signed up to a mission.

Thu 8th Feb at 10:30am

Social Visit for Miss A who enjoys gardening, walking and horse racing and was a keen cyclist

She will feel less isolated, something she particularly feels in the winter months

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Monday 5th February

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Tom is trying something new and expanding their mission repertoire. They are now ready to tackle loneliness and social isolation in their local area through Social Visit missions.

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Tom Peacock signed up to a group run.

Tue 6th Feb at 6:30pm

Tom Peacock
Tom Peacock went on a group run

Tue 16th Jan at 6:30pm

Donation Sensation!

Kingston upon Thames Report written by Dave White

Our task tonight did not go according to plan at all... far from it in fact.

But not in a bad way.

We started the evening at Growbaby with a long task list, most of which got written off after only a few minutes of being there. A couple of days ago, Petra had discussed with Wimbledon Dons Local Action Group, a local charity, about collecting a 'few' items for Growbaby and had arranged delivery for when GoodGym were there. When the Dons arrived, their van was stacked to the brim with nappies, wipes, baby food, milk, etc. The biggest donation in Growbaby's history! Good job we had 12 eager GoodGymers to get stuck in and sort it out!

We formed a human chain to transfer the countless boxes from the van to inside Growbaby. Rachel then did an amazing job of directing us all with what needed to be done and where everything needed to go.

This task was a bit of a baptism of fire for a couple of new recruits, Adam & Flora... hope you enjoyed it and hope to see you at another one soon! Good to see Lucy from Richmond too.

As much as there was a lot to do, it was amazing how many hands made light work. We spent a little longer at the task than we usually would but it was certainly satisfying to do so much in the time that we had. Mission accomplished.

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Rachel White

Wed 17th Jan at 5:14pm

Great report, Dave! It was a very satisfying task

Tom Peacock
Tom Peacock went on a community mission

Mon 15th Jan at 6:00pm

Full of beans

Kingston upon Thames Report written by Julie

This week's DIY food bank drop off saw a bumper crop of tins and health care products donated to those who need it this winter. Dave and Jane both put out calls to their neighbours who kindly added lots more items to our donations so we had an even bigger haul this week! Check out the pictures from Emily, Marie-Noëlle, Rachel, Dave, Jane and Julie.

Don't forget to sign up for next Monday's task if you can!

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Tom Peacock
Tom Peacock went on a group run

Tue 9th Jan at 6:30pm

Putting on a display at the BHF shop

Kingston upon Thames Report written by Emma Crowe

We love our group runs to the British Heart Foundation to help them create new seasonal window displays and Tuesday’s session was no different. Harnessing people’s New Year’s resolutions to get fit, eight GoodGymers brought together all the donated gym equipment - from static bikes and rowing machines to cross trainers and step machines - to the front of the shop for one giant keep-fit display.

Everyone helped to shift the equipment down in the lift and across the ground floor - with Julie and Dave going the extra mile to bring down a final treadmill and rowing machine, to complete the display!

Tom, Emily and Claire had fun ‘wrestling’ three manikins into some striking sports wear!

Rachel, Jade and Emma created the display’s backdrop filling box shelving with an assortment of other relevant items, gathered from across the shop, including yoga mats, weights and healthy recipe books! Rachel and Emma decided to kick off the sales purchasing some items themselves! And hopefully the display will entice many more shoppers, raising money for this important charity.

It was a bitter run in the cold along the river back to our base at the Quaker Centre but it is always great to work with Christine and Matt at BHF - we hope to be back again in February!

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Jack Da Silva

Wed 10th Jan at 2:48pm

great work all!

Tom Peacock
Tom Peacock signed up to a group run.

Tue 9th Jan at 6:30pm

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