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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Every December the Durham Police Motorcycle Section assist the Cleveland Police Motorcycle Section in marshalling the annual Boundary 500 Motorcycle Santa Ride in aid of Zoe’s Baby Hospice, around a route which covers  twenty two miles, taking in the centres of Thornaby, Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar.

The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group really appreciate their efforts in making the event such a huge success. Their friendly approach and professionalism is a credit to the Durham Force.

Keith Fisher presents the team with a ‘Certificate of Appreciation’ and our thanks for such a great job. Be under no illusion, without the support of professionals such as the Police we would not be able to hold our event.

 

A big thanks to John and Temlak for their continued support. They pay for the open top double decker bus that follows the Santa Ride as well as being involved in the Groups activities. Here you can see the infamous ‘Furry Person’ presenting the ‘Certificate of Appreciation’.

We are indebted to Polly, Eric and Ged at Blast Recording Studios for not only allowing their excellent facilities to be used by the Happy Cats,but also their professional knowledge in helping us achieve our goal of producing a high quality CD. Nothing has been too much trouble and we cant thank them enough.

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As a little thank you to the team at Lillies who always look after us on a Tuesday night we presented them each with a Thorntons Chocolate egg. Many thanks girls and enjoy.

The Happy Cats have kindly offered their services to help us out with the impending Group CD and DVD. Here is a link to the Happy Cats site. http://www.thehappycats.com/archive/index.php

 

More information and photos will be posted asap. In the meantime thanks guys, if the demo CD is anything to go by cannot wait for the final result after your two days in the Blast Recording Studios on 11th and 12th April 2012.

All our planning came to gether and we managed to collect over three hundred and fifty eggs. We achieved our goal and visited the residential homes. There is no doubt that our arrival and attendance had quite an impact on not only the residents but the staff as well. The kind comments we received from the staff and residents were heart warming and positive. Looks like this is going to be an annual event. A big thanks to all those that made it happen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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