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Archdeacon takes on running challenge




David Jenkins, Archdeacon of Sudbury, with colleagues who are running five 10k races and five half marathons for Night Shelter. ANL-150302-154651001
David Jenkins, Archdeacon of Sudbury, with colleagues who are running five 10k races and five half marathons for Night Shelter. ANL-150302-154651001

The Archdeacon of Sudbury is undertaking another year-long running challenge along with colleagues from the Church of England in aid of Ipswich Night Shelter.

Dr David Jenkins, who plans to run five half marathons and five 10k races over the course of a year, is preparing for the 13.1-mile course at Great Bentley on Sunday.

As well as funding, David said he hopes to raise the profile of the night shelter, which provides overnight accommodation to homeless people during winter.

The group can be sponsored at uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/david15.



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