Riders raise cash to help deaf and hard of hearing West Norfolk charity group
The West Walton and Walpole motorcycle club has donated £113 to West Norfolk Deaf Association.
The motorcycle group organised a charity bike ride from Tesco Wisbech to the blue sky café Cromer in June.
Sarah Cox of the deaf association said: “Despite a rainy morning there was a good turnout, each rider donating £5 to WNDA, their chosen charity.
“We also had the KLFM super trooper bear join the ride.”
She added: “We were thrilled to be chosen as beneficiaries of the bike ride. We support deaf and hard hearing people across West Norfolk providing a range of services for people of all ages including children.
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“The money will go directly to help those people whose lives are affected by deafness.”
The motor cycle club welcomes new members: find them on Facebook or call 07906040532.
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