Crack-on with the brackon !

11 Goodgymers helped their local community in Tower Hamlets
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Tower Hamlets

Monday 23rd January 2023

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As a group effort, the team of 12 GoodGym'ers made short work of 60 meters of felled laurel hedge.... All trimmed and stacked, for the guys to chip in a neat caterpillar by the path.

Kim joined us for her first Tower Hamlets session, Laura was the expert photographer, and Emma turned up with a broken rib to interview us all.

Whilst the group mused on "Hedge Fun Management" and then happily ear-wormed themselves with "Bush it, bush it real good" thanks to Emma, points this week go to Kevin for a cracking pun and report.

Ken and Terry of Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery said we did well and a great time was had by all.

So until next week ! .... Epic !


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This task supported
The Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
Looking after the nature reserve and heritage site

The Friends are an independent charity responsible for managing Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, a unique and vital nature reserve and heritage site in East London. Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park offers everyone a breathing space in the heart of East London. This woodland cemetery is a unique place of transformation: a people’s cemetery, a place for remembrance, a sanctuary for humans as well as nature, a place for festivals, field studies and forest schools. Always changing with the seasons, it is rooted in the history of the East End, a place of rich heritage that is full of possibilities and freedom for all.

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Attendees
Kim
Emma Jones
Robert Cooke
Rohan
Johnny
Laura Williams
John Shirley
Emma
Lobo
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Saturday afternoon session at The Felix Project's Poplar depot

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