motorcycle club - St Lukes Cheshire Hospice Charity Ride – arrival on High Street (2)

Nantwich bikers in the South Cheshire Motorcycle Club helped to raise £1,900 for St Luke’s Hospice on the ‘Charity Ride Out’, writes Jonathan White.

The ride followed a 35-mile route from Winsford and was led up High Street in Sandbach by the St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice Routemaster double-decker bus.

The cavalcade involved 450 motorcyclists from the South Cheshire Motorcycle Club and surrounding clubs.

Vickie Baddeley, Community Fundraiser at St Luke’s, said: “The Charity Ride Out is an annual occurrence in our calendar and one we look forward to.

“This year’s event was as spectacular as ever and with the sun shining throughout the route, it made for a thoroughly enjoyable day.

“Thank you to everyone who supported the event, from riders to people standing on the roadside cheering us all on, it made for a fabulous day.”

Denis Newell, from the South Cheshire Motorcycle Club, said: “The motorcycling community never fails to impress when any charity needs support.

“We owe a huge thanks to all those that took part and supported the ride.

“It helps towards the £8,000 that St Luke’s Hospice needs to raise everyday of the year.”

St Lukes Cheshire Hospice Charity Ride – arrival on High Street (1)

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