Triumphant arrival at Land's End


The intrepid cyclists made it to Land's End. I was wondering where some of my parishioners were yesterday - they had gone down to join the last stages of a massive cycle ride from one end of Britain to the other. Ann-Marie probably holds the record, having done a warm-up from Berwick on Tweed to John O'Groats before cycling the whole distance.

You can see more pictures on the dedicated blog To Land’s End. I expect there will be post-mortem posts in due course, together with various awards.


At the time of writing, they are just short of £5000 - to contribute, go to their Charity Giving page. (Charities are Mary's Meals, Franciscan Friars of the Renewal and African Mission.)

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