Old School of Painting

9 Goodgymers helped their local community in Bournemouth
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Bournemouth

Sunday 7th April

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This morning, eight Goodgymmers Emma, Sophie, Milly, James, Sue, Daryl, Keith and Lea, met at TOSH eager to get going. We spread out as several rooms needed painting. Keith was master filler again, looking for holes and making them disappear. Daryl attacked the kitchen backsplash with vigour, so that it shone after he had finished. James opted for the atrium as he spends a lot of time in there during his workshops. And as he said: “then I can look at the room and think: I painted that!”. You certainly did, James. Sue was filling holes as well as painting in the atrium. And Millie, Sophie and Emma, who amazingly managed to get there in spite of busses not turning up, concentrated on painting the meeting room. All this very much appreciated by Cora and Holly who supplied us with delicious Monkey Bread and Garlic and Chilli Jam knot bread…. And with a treat like that, we were left wondering: “when is our next task here?!?!”


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TOSH Community Space - Decorate for Relaunch
We are hoping to fill, paint and polish up our community space ready for a relaunch in May following major works to the building

We are a community space offering access to creativity, wellbeing, and creative business support and growth, through a combination of free and affordable workshops and rentable space. Our mission is to provide more opportunities for those living in the Boscombe area (and beyond), and to contribute toward positive change in Boscombe.

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Attendees
Daryl Venner
James
Cora Clarke
Milly Corden-lloyd
Sue MacDermott
Emma Cuff
Sophie Cuff
Keith Baker
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