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From the left  manager of Tesco’s Store Ingleby Barwick, Andy Gibson and on the right, Chairman of the Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group, Paul Joyce.

Senior Day a

From the left, Cllr David Marshall, Keith Fisher & Malcolm Grey from the Boundary & Cllr. Linda Marshall JP the Chair of Durham County Council. A great honour for the Group.


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At the County Hall, Durham Cllr. Linda Marshall JP the Chair of Durham County Council announced that she had one more award for a group which had particularly impressed her, and that it was her intention to award them a certificate which she believed to be the first one of its type to have been awarded by the Council. ( For their continued support of Sedgefield Veterans Association)

Keith Fisher and Malcolm Grey accepted the Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of the Boundary.

Here’s a copy of the framed certificate:-





We have just taken delivery of a new design of Beanie Hat. The Boundary logo is embroided on. We are selling these at cost, £5 each. As with all our clothing they can be obtained at Lillies Cafe, Kirkleatham Hall, Redcar on our Tuesday night meets.


Everyone will have seen a variety of ‘Think Bike’ stickers which are used to raise the awareness regarding motorcycles being used on the roads. As usual we as a Group have created our own design to publicise this well worth Road Safety initiative and also at the same time promote ourselves.

Stickers are available in the following colours;

Pink, Yellow, Green, Red and Silver. They are priced at 50 pence each and can be obtained from Lillies Cafe at Kirkleatham on a Tuesday night.




Last year was our first Senior Day and it was a tremendous success. We have again teamed up with Tesco’s at Ingleby Barwick to hold Senior Day 2013. We will again be visiting about 29 Residential Care Homes in the Stockton area on Saturday  30th March 2013.

We need people with or without motorcycles to help us collect and deliver the eggs. Please remember we know Easter Eggs is usually about giving chocolate to kids but the elderly can some times feel that they are the forgotten generation. Please help us bring a smile to their faces.

There is a section on the forum:,7717.0.html

that has the latest information but if you are not a member the Group Secretary Karen can be contacted at the Following;

The Secretary.
Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group.
C/O Premier Ltd.
Belasis Business Centre.
Belasis Tech Park.
TS23 4EA
Tel No, 01642 343479



m_Senior Day 2013

The annual Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group Motorcycle Santa Ride that took place on Saturday 8th December 2012 raised an astonishing TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED AND NINE POUNDS AND TWENTY ONE PENCE.

What a fantastic effort by all those concerned.

Here are some of the team.


The picture left to right shows The Boundary Bear, Peter Venis, The Mayor of Stockton Lynne Apedaile, The Mayors Consort, Maurice Apedaile and the Chief Executive of Zoes Baby Hospice Mark Guidary.


Total Amount Raised

Since June 2006
we have raised


£ 644862

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