Hundreds of bikers hit the road on Sunday (9 April) to deliver Easter eggs to children and young people at the leading North West charity, the Together Trust.
Roughley’s Bikers visited the charity for their annual Easter egg drop to deliver treats to young people with behavioural problems, learning difficulties, physical disabilities and autism who are supported by the charity.
The convoy of motorbikes, trikes and scooters dressed as Easter bunnies, chickens and popular cartoon characters rode across Stockport to greet young people, staff and volunteers to drop off a generous collection of chocolate eggs.
The sunny weather saw a crowd of spectators join in the Easter fun at the Together Trust Centre in Cheadle. The Together Trust believe that everybody deserves an equal chance in life and by offering specialist education, residential support and community services the charity helps to achieve just that for the young people and adults in its care.
Julie Williams, Events Fundraiser, said: “Our young people and staff look forward to the annual egg drop and we would like to once again thank Roughley’s for their ongoing support.”
For more information on the Together Trust and its services, visit www.togetherturst.org.uk