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LICHFIELD: Busy going nowhere

by Margaret Duggan

IT GAVE a rest to the well-worn pilgrimage routes of Land’s End to John o’ Groat’s, and Winchester to Canterbury. The route chosen for this cycle ride was 314 miles in the footsteps of St Chad, from Lindisfarne to Lichfield via Lastingham and York, but, actually, nobody went anywhere on what was a virtual journey.

Friends of Lichfield Cathedral, including the head verger, Chris Craddock, cycled steadily outside the west front of the Cathedral, which is dedicated to ...

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