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MIDDLESEX ST CHRISTOPHER'S Catholic cycling club is holding its annual "Mass for cyclists everwhere" at 8 pm on Tuesday 16 May at the little Oratory chapel, adjoining the Brompron Oratory, in South Kensington. Further details on 0181 863 9516.
LONDON Damien Mearns, a Catholic, has set up a group called PUB (Prayer Group for Unborn Babies). If anyone is interested in joining this group then they should contact Mr Mearns on 0181 472 8719 .
PENNINES JOHN CROSSMAN, an Anglican married to a Catholic, ran a marathon on Saturday 29 April to raise money for the association of interchurch families. His route took him from Edalc to Marsden over one of the most gruelling sections of the Pennine way.
PORTSMOUTH THE LOCAL Justice and Peace Commision is to hold a day of prayer and reflection at St Colman's Church, Southampton on Saturday 6 May from 10am4pm, with Fr Ed O'Connell, a Columban Father.
College, Stockport, was the first college in Stockport and the first Sixth Form college in the whole north west to receive the Investors in People award.
MR GERRY WINWOOD was presented with the Bene Merenti medal by Canon Ted Harrington and Father Woods at a packed evening Mass at St John's, Brignorth. "Gerry Winwood was the most dedicated man I have known during my 42 years in the priesthood".
THE CLOSURE Of St Winifridc's Church, Neston for a period of renovation and extension has led to a wonderful ecumenical event.The Rector of St Mary and St Helen, the Rev Austin Shuf
flebotham, has offered the use of his parish church for the months that St Winefride's cannot be used. The Anglican church was used by 450 parishioners for the first Saturday Mass celebrated by local priest Fr Gerry Courell.
SUSSEX AND ARUNDEL The VF.-day service at Chichester Cathedral on Sunday 7 May will include an address by the Catholic Dr Klausnitzer, a professor of divinity at Bamburg and the former head of the seminary there.