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    Episode 240 – Haircuts, Wetherspoons and we have part 3 of our interview with Martha Lawton from the podcast Squanderlust

    Welcome to the Kindness Project, the podcast designed to share stories of kindness and share how kindness can make positive change in our world, one small act at a time.

    In this week’s episode we talked about Haircuts, Wetherspoons and we have part 3 of our interview with Martha Lawton from the podcast Squanderlust

    Kindness Intro Chat

    Haircuts 2:11

    Wetherspoons 11:59

    Question of the Podcast 15:22

    Kindness News – Cat Edition

    Video Game Developer Behind ‘Stray’ Helps Raise Money For Homeless Cats 22:42


    we have part 3 of our interview with Martha Lawton from the podcast Squanderlust 24:30

    Answers to last week’s question of the podcast

    What is your greatest sporting achievement?

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    Sam Chilton – Beat the Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew in a swimming race!  I was 7 and It was Doggy paddle (and I only learnt to swim that week) and completed the Turin boarder cross course with the Olympic team (I may have been on my backside the whole 2km!) 45:11

    Steve Dann – Winning the Barking and District Sunday League 3rd Division Cup 1987/88 45:35

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    Dr Johnny Bananas – Of course, achievements don’t always have to be about performance, just being able to say “I was there” is sometimes enough – So today I joined what I assume is quite a select club having spent the day playing cricket at Lords to add to playing rugby at Twickenham decades ago 45:42

    Scott Ferguson – I can 132nd out of 150 in a cross country race when I was at school. Admittedly this does not sound impressive but I ran half of the race with a nail through my shoe and sticking in to my foot. I can only assume the 18 people I beat were really badly injured. 46:01

    Bennytron3000 – Half court buzzer beater to win a basketball match (after committing and intentional foul on the previous play). In a nothing league against a poor team, but I still did it! 46:23

    Claire Trott – Running 10 half marathons in 10 consecutive days and actually enjoying it. 46:38

    IronPhil – Torn between winning a national championship in motorsport – and completing an Ironman Triathlon despite twice facing the very real risk of being permanently in a wheelchair.   I’d go with the Ironman, I think. 46:44

    Ollie Smith – running the Manchester 10k having not eaten solid foods for several months!   I got a TERRIBLE time lol 47:03

    Jon – I came 18th in a 24 hour mountain bike race, Mountain Mayhem. All the more impressive because I was on a singlespeed, a bike with only one gear. The only reason I was that stroing was because I’d been unemployed for a few months so had got plenty of riding practice in. 47:10

    Jim at Fact Check UK – I once came 5th in the Cheddar Challenge SingleSpeed race. I overtook the sixth (and last) rider while we both walked up a steep section before the finish 🙂 47:17

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