This years Ride and Stride takes place on Saturday 9th September 2017
You may wish to download and print off this Ride & Stride 2017 poster.
For forms and further information please see the Information for Riders page.
Here is a glimpse at some statistics for the 2014 and 2015 Ride & Stride (2016 will be available early next year as money still coming in).
Amount raised in 2014 was £ 138,616 and in 2015 was £128,008; in both years the highest amount raised by one church was Ulcombe; in 2014 Rosemary Dymond visited 65 churches and in 2015 Darren Blundell visited 60; the most visited church in 2014 was Brookland (102) and in 2105 Canterbury St Thomas RC (87). For some further really impressive numbers please click on statistics on the 2014 and 2015 Ride & Stride.
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Ride & Stride was on Saturday 10th September 2016. Here are some mementoes form the day. First of all, though, the video that promoted the event:-
You can see (or pass on) this video on YouTube:- https://youtu.be/oBO3Df02iEY
If you can’t find the information you need or have any further questions the R&S organiser’s contact is Carolyn Millen – email@example.com
Now some photographs from several contributors (passed on by Carolyn).
Canterbury photos from Derek Russill:
St Martins Canterbury:-
Greyfriars chapel Canterbury:
Photos from and of the “Millen” family:
Photos taken at St Peter & St Paul Shorne:
And some words from Linda Moffat. “In the morning Andrew and I visited Higham, Chalk, Milton, Istead Rise, Southfleet, Hartley (All Saints & St Francis) and Longfield and then time ran out.
St Peter & St Paul Shorne combined Ride /Stride with an Open Day. This was a success as you can see from these pictures which were all taken at Shorne, except the one taken at Longfield where they always provide an excellent buffet!
We were delighted that Bishop Trevor (photos below) visited us accompanied by his wife, Margaret and stayed for tea and cake. They visited several churches during the day. The couple with the bishop and his wife are Peter and Maureen Morten who walked on our behalf.”
A selection of photographs from Jo Tinkler: