Designed in The Potteries, made in Malawi, by our fairly paid tailors. We take materials that are destined for landfill and turn them into beautiful products. Gifts for him and her, prices to suit every pocket. Vegan friendly too.

And not forgetting our Elephant bikes. It’s the end of an era, they’re very nearly extinct.

A love for refurbs and an ambitious buy one and give one scheme, our Elephant Bikes are limited edition, so once they’re gone, they really are gone. With minimal stock remaining, now is the perfect time to finally get your hands on one.

All the money we make pays for education and non-profit Social Enterprises in Malawi Africa. Cycle of Good is a UK registered Catholic Charity 1115608

Together we can build a vibrant Catholic Church for tomorrow

In many mission dioceses there are increasing numbers of students for the Priesthood and Religious life. It costs at least £700 a year to train a student. Because their communities are poor, it is a struggle for the seminaries to provide everything their students need. The local bishops, parishes and families manage to collectively raise £200 annually for each student, but it is simply not enough.

Together we can help train tomorrow’s Priests and Sisters and build a vibrant Catholic Church for the future.

By giving £42 a month (£500 a year individually or as a parish group), you can ensure a student’s place at seminary. £2000 will pay for his nal four years of training.

Any help you can provide will be so gratefully received. The students pray for all our supporters and sponsors, as we also do here at Missio, and you will be remembered at Mass in St Peter’s Basilica in Rome every day.

Thank you!

Read more about Denis and his fellow seminarians in Cameroon at

Missio is the Pope’s charity for world mission and part of the worldwide network of Pontical Mission Societies. Registered Charity Number 1056651.

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To: Fr Anthony Chantry Missio, 23 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1NU

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