So what does a vicar do on a study break? Well the vicar of St Paul's Howell Hill and St Maryâ€™s Burgh Heath the Revd Martin Wainwright will be cycling from London to Paris â€“ in 24 hours.
Martin will be joined by 11 men and a support team of six as they tackle the 260-mile journey on May 31 to raise money for the local charity Hope4Malawi.
The cyclists are aiming to raise Â£15,000 to help feed a primary school in rural Malawi for three years.
Martin explained: â€œThe Goodman family from our church visited Malawi with their four children in summer 2008 and have supported projects out there ever since.
â€œEarlier this year the charity was officially formed and enough money was raised for a kitchen at a primary school with 1,600 pupils in Blantyre in the South.
â€œThe incredible thing is that once the kitchen is finished it will take Â£7 to feed a child for a year.
â€œIf you can feed a child there it effectively means you can educate a child for a year.
â€œThe ride will be gruelling but it would be incredible to reach our target. We are training hard â€“ practice rides so far have included Brighton and Cirencester, as well as frequent trips round the surrey hills!â€
In July Martin and his family will travel to Malawi with the Goodman family and three teenage friends for a range of duties including officially opening the kitchen, taking school lessons and assemblies and leading a local pastors conference.
For more information about the charity visit hope4malawi.org or to donate http://www.charitygiving.co.uk/hope4malawi-l2p