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Sight for sore bums

Chemists in the south of France and north of Italy were cleared out of Vaseline last week as pedalling PR Adrian Cammidge of Aegon pushed through with his troupe of cycling colleagues. The Cammidge under-carriage is said to have re-sembled a baboon in heat after the 1,600 km trek from Calais to San Remo, raising money for a chemotherapy unit at a local hospital. To sponsor the ride visit: www.westcliffrotaryclub.co.uk.

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