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OXFORD: And the children came, too

by Margaret Duggan

WHEN the Revd Dr David Andrew and his wife Caroline set off on two tandem bicycles to raise money for Project Rainbow, to enable their parish of White Waltham, Oxford diocese, to build accommodation and more facilities for children’s work, each of them had one of their children on the back of their tandem. It took three weeks of their summer holiday.

Naomi, aged 16, who received her GCSE results en route, and Thomas, 14, went along fairly willingly, their ...

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