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About this cause

About our cause

We take sick and disadvantaged people of any religious denomination to the Marian Shrine of Lourdes in France. We were formed in 1984 and have made 32 consecutive annual pilgrimages since that time. We usually travel in late September or early October when it is cooler and less busy. Our travelling group usually numbers circa forty people including medical people and clerics. All helpers pay for themselves, in full, but we raise money to fund our VIPs (that is what we name the disadvantaged)

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