Fantastic litter pick and fence removal prep at our last event. We invited the Good gym crew to help! Find out more about Good Gym on their website.
“Saturday morning eleven goodgymers gave up an hour of their time to help a new community group in NR3 .
The gang met local community hero Robert Bakewell outside the Mousehold hub and were given a quick chat about the area and what the community group were trying to achieve.
After a heart stirring and passionate talk, we were given loppers, shears and rakes with the task outlined to remove brambles and hazardous from a relict and disused fence line and restore a park boundary to give a more pleasant aesthetic to the park.
With Goodgym doing this community mission and achieving this task, it meant that the community group could litterpick safely afterwards in the area.
The group had a fun hour getting a fair bit of exercise in and bonding well with each other as always rallying together when we all started to get pricked by bramble thorns.
This week we welcomed new member Nial Nial Webster. Hope you had a good time Nial and see you again soon.
The community group were really pleased with the work achieved by the good gym group in a short space of time and it is hoped that they will return in the not so distant future to help with more green spaces restoration.
Report written by Bobby B”
11 runners ran to help the Pockthorpe Community Project in Norwich.
If you would like to see our Kett’s cave improved you are more than welcome to join us. Keep an eye on this blog for the next event or join our facebook group.
We desperately need a few volunteers to do the job of signing in and out tools and greeting people on arrival. Please don’t think you have to be superfit to help!