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DR. BARRY MCKENNA & GARY WAKLEY
DEVIZES TO WESTMINSTER RACE
The Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race starts in Devizes, Wiltshire, finishing just downstream of Westminster Bridge in central London, opposite the Houses of Parliament. The race is 125 miles long and has been held annually over the Easter Weekend since 1948.
Dr. Barry McKenna and Gary Wakley have been participating for the last 10 years, the the name of ARC.
Thank you Barry and Gary for supporting ARC
Video used with kind permission of photographer. Photo in private collection.
Cathy Parsons is one of the counsellors at ARC AXMINSTER and she is dedicating her annual holiday to raise funds for ARC.
Cathy and her husband go walking with every year, usually in Scotland,but this year have decided to walk the St. Cuthberts way in Northumberland. St. Cuthbert was one of the early christians, and he eventually became Bishop of Lindisfarne.
So what better way to go than as he would have done, on foot, and what better place to start than where he first started his ministering, from Melrose, in the Scottish borders. The St.Cuthbert's Way is now a popular walk of a 100km, that usually takes between 5 and 7 days. They are walking "out of season", we may well have the challenge of some of England's most inhospitable weather!
Cathy said " We all need purpose in our lives, so raising money for ARC,(as an unfit lady past middle age!), seems like a great way to spend my holiday.
I plan to walk every day for the 7 days that we are there, and try and raise £2000 for ARC's ongoing great work for the community of Axminster.
To this end I would love you to go to our Just Giving page and donate whatever you can"