Royston & District Motorcycle Club pays special visit to Meldreth special needs school

PUBLISHED: 08:51 01 May 2018

Members of the Royston & District Motorcycle Club paid a visit to the Aurora Meldreth Manor. Picture: Royston & District Motorcycle Club

Members of the Royston & District Motorcycle Club paid a visit to the Aurora Meldreth Manor. Picture: Royston & District Motorcycle Club


A window of warmer spring weather provided the ideal opportunity for some members of the Royston & District Motorcycle Club to make a special visit a Meldreth school for children with complex needs.

Club members went to view the special needs trike, which they bought for the students at Aurora Meldreth Manor School in Fenny Lane using some of the funds raised from their 2017 Bike Show.

The trike provides the opportunity for students with severe mobility issues to encourage movement of the legs and arms and to enjoy the sensation of movement on the trike.

The 2017 show attracted over 2800 visitors and cash raised were also used to support the East Anglian Air Ambulance and SERV Blood Runner volunteers.

The 33rd Bike Show will be held at the Eternit Sports & Social Ground in Meldreth on Wednesday, June 20.

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