The Cold Diggers ๐Ÿง

4 Goodgymers helped their local community in Ealing
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Ealing

Saturday 13th January

Report written by Kash

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The first Grove Farm litterpick of 2024 brought a surprisingly large group of volunteers, despite only one degree above zero in the morning. Anna from Friends of Grove Farm was a solo leader of the session, not sharing the responsibilities with Mike who couldn't make it. She proved she had everything under control and seemed to be everywhere at once!

Miriam was the first to show up at the task, while Runners Sevan and Kash covered an 8 km uphill run. Lizzy came a long way for her first-ever litter-picking session, already sporting her bright red GoodGym top! She made a wise decision and grabbed a hot drink from David Lloyd. The rest of the GoodGymers were freezing their fingers despite wearing double gloves, brrr! โ„๏ธ

The clean-up covered mainly the lane between Sudbury Hill station and David Lloyd car park. We occasionally ventured into the bushes to pick up hidden bottles and cans. We had a good reason to do our best to dig them out of there - Anna brought bags for recycling she had from LAGER Can. The nasty brambles were trying to stop us at every step. We are planning a revenge in two weeks. Come and join us!


Session Leader
Ealing
Area activator
This task supported
LAGER Can
Litter Action Group for Ealing Residents

LAGER Can's primary goal is to make the London Borough of Ealingโ€™s open spaces cleaner and greener. To achieve this they work with our partners at Ealing Council and the Canal & River Trust as well as businesses, schools and scouts.

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Attendees
Lizzy Kaplunov
Miriam Payne
Kash
Sevan
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