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On their bikes

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 04 Jul 2014 @ 12:15

COMPARED with the Tour de France, or even with many church fund-raising rides around England, a sponsored bike ride from one end of the parish to the other does not sound much - but when it is 135km in the gruelling Spanish sun, across the Costa Blanca Anglican chaplaincy, it requires considerable stamina.

When the Chaplain, the Revd Marcus Ronchetti, and his son Tom recently completed it, calling on the way at all the churches used by the seven congregations in the parish, they had ...

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