Together Canterbury Officer, Keith Berry and former Diocesan Secretary, David Kemp, will be giving poverty the push by cycling 100 miles in four days, from Tuesday 9th June to Friday 12th June, travelling from Murston Community Bank and Hub to Tenterden Savers Credit Union branch and Community Hub, and visiting various projects and communities along the way.
They want to raise awareness of the work of Together Canterbury - a joint venture between the Diocese of Canterbury and Church Urban Fund, the Church of England's charity working to alleviate poverty in the UK - and raise funds so that the projects they work with can continue to support the most deprived in our communities.
They'll have no cash and will be relying on handouts and good will for food and shelter. To find out more about their venture, visit the Together Canterbury Facebook page. If you would like to join them for part of the cycle, get in touch. They would greatly appreciate your support and any amount you feel able to give.If you spot them, make sure you tweet #onyerbike