Royston bike club drums up thousands for various charities through show

PUBLISHED: 10:35 03 August 2016 | UPDATED: 10:35 03 August 2016

The Royston & District Motorcycle Club hosted a presentation evening on July 20, following their annual Bike Show in June.

The Royston & District Motorcycle Club hosted a presentation evening on July 20, following their annual Bike Show in June.

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Royston & District Motorcycle Club members presented cheques to various charities following the success of their annual bike show.

At the presentation evening, show co-ordinator Mark Coningsby said the event – held at the Eternit Sports & Social Club in Meldreth – was a hit with more than 1,500 people attending.

The event raised more than £8,000 for charity.

Pictured above from left to right are Richard Redgrave from Suffolk & Cambs SERV Blood Runners, Stephanie Evans from Herts & Beds SERV Blood Runners, Mark Coningsby – RDMC Show Co-Ordinator, Debra Eason from Aurora Meldreth Manor and Orchard Manor, and Barbara McGee from East Anglian Air Ambulance.

New members are welcome to meet informally at Eternit Sports & Social Club from 8pm on the first and third Wednesdays of each month.

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