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Some like it cold

by Margaret Duggan

HE DISLIKES bugs, spiders, and extreme heat, he tells me; so a week sledging across the mountains and frozen lakes of Norway and Sweden holds more attraction for the Revd David Elliott, Hospital Chaplain at the West Herts NHS Trust in St Albans diocese, than any jungle.

He will be taking part in the Lapland Husky Trail Challenge, starting from Tromso next April. It entails every participant’s looking after his or her own team of huskies and, ...

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