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Ten years of bringing hope to the bush

Ten years of bringing hope to the bush

23 June 2016

Majors Peter and Jean Ridley reckon they have driven more than one million kilometres around NSW in their role as Salvation Army rural chaplains most of it with a caravan in tow....

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