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Patchway Pete’s Pedal Power

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Pete Naish a parishioner at Holy Family in Patchway has just completed a remarkable bike ride to raise funds for charity. He’s gone from Lands’ End to John O’Groats - but he’s done it the hard way!

Pete invited a special challenge - going from Lands’ End to John O’Groats the hard way, by taking in the furthest points south west, south, south east, east, west, north west, north and north east on the British mainland. Pete’s epic bike ride literally took him to all corners of the country.

The amazing journey is raising funds for Chernobyl Children’s Life Line which helps children made ill because of the nuclear disaster 25 years ago.

Already Peter has raised over £6,000 and just needs a few more pounds hit his target of £6,500. Could you be that generous person supporting Pete’s wonderful efforts and taking the total raised over that line?

Pete tells us more about his fundraising journey in the podcast in the multimedia panel.

Pete’s had great support from many people around Bristol including his fellow parishioners at Holy Family.

It’s not just cliftondiocese.com talking about Pete’s amazing adventure. The Bristol Evening Post featured Pete in April and May. The paper even singled Pete out for a tribute in their daily ‘in praise of’ section. There was more coverage in the Thornbury Gazette and Bristol Observer.

You can find out much more about Pete and his 80 mile a day challenge on his special website. pedal power2

Article from taken from: www.cliftondiocese.com