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James’ churches

as part of Mamie Martin Fund’s #Birthday30 challenge

James Champion has cycled to 30 churches. Mostly these are local to him in rural England, near Reading, but they include some taken on a bike ride in Central London. Nice range of church size, James!

Video of his 30 churches above and link to his fundraising page below.

Click here for his fundraising page.

  • 05 Stoke Row is itself “a village and civil parish in the Chiltern Hills” (according to Wikipedia). Its village shop also sells good coffee and cake – it bills itself as a “cyclists’ cafe” (but closes at 4 pm!).
  • 06 St Paul’s, Highmore, is now a private property but still counts for #Birthday30
  • 21 St Mary Abbots is where Queen Victoria and Price Albert worshipped. All of their children were baptised here.
  • 24 St Margaret’s is the church of the House of Commons. It stands next to Westminster Abbey
  • 25 This small church in the heart of London is French. French is the language of all activity here. It’s beautiful and serene.
  • 26 is now the Garden Museum but also counts