Each year Jonathan gets out his bike and goes off cycling for the day to raise money for St Giles’. In the past he has ventured as far south as Salisbury cathedral, west to Twekesbury, Gloucester and east form St Giles’ Cripplegate in London. On a recent holiday in the Malvern’s we discovered that Little Malvern Priory, at the foot of the hills and well known for being the priory in which William Langland wrote Piers the Plowman, was also dedicated to St Giles. So this year, Jonathan will be cycling across the Cotswolds to the Malvern on 10th September. If you would like to sponsor him, please use the contact page. Unfortunately because St Giles’ is not a registered charity we are unable to use the Just Giving website. We apologise for any inconvenience.
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