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Did you know The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group have raised more than £480,000 for GNAAS since 2006? The respected motorcycle body is a charity fundraising group that has raised in excess of £600,000 for a variety of charities over the years and we consider them dear friends. So many people have much to thank them for.
The group are encouraging biking enthusiasts from across the region to join them in their fundraising quest and there are two challenges on offer: The Boundary 500 – a five hundred mile challenge around the region’s perimeter – and the Boundary Classic – a shorter, scenic route that traditionally take place in the Durham and Yorkshire Dales.
Both events offer biking enthusiast the perfect way to enjoy biking, spend time with like-minded folk and support a cause close to many people’s hearts.
sign up here: http://ow.ly/kaXa30cVy9o

Video Link is on the Group Facebook page at.   https://www.facebook.com/GNairambulance/videos/10154917863487832/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE

The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group Group have a number of Charity Collection tins circulated within the North East and we manage to raise much needed funds for the Great North Air Ambulance.
One of these tins is looked after by John and Angela at Flaxton Caravan Park near York.
Every year they hold various events and any coins collected are transferred into a variety of money notes.
Now last year they manged to jam eight hundred and sixteen pounds into a tin. Had a real job getting it all out but what a fantastic amount.
This year they have given us the collecting tin and you wont believe this, but they managed to cram in ELEVEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY SEVEN POUNDS……HOW COOL IS THAT.
Here is a picture of Harriet Langston from The Great North Air Ambulance Service receiving the cheque.
Fantastic effort from John and Angela and not forgetting all their supporters. I wonder what will be in the tin next year?

 

All welcome, but places are limited so do not delay.

Hi everyone sorry for the delay in posting pictures from the Senior Ride which took place on Sunday 16th April 2017. Here are a selection. Once again many thanks to everyone who supported us. We collected over a thousand eggs and visited nine residential homes in the Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick area. We made hundreds of people happy.
We also had a few spare Easter eggs so we popped down to Teesside Hospice and left a good selection of eggs there. Once again many thanks for your support.
http://www.boundary500.co.uk/image-gall…/…/senior-ride-2017/

Great news folks we are fast approaching having collected nine hundred Easter Eggs and they are still coming in for our Senior Ride on Sunday 16th April 2017.
That means that every home we are due to visit will receive a hundred Easter eggs. How cool is that.
A big thanks to Craig and the Guys at Huntsman who have just added 92 eggs and thirty pounds to the collection.

 

Right guys the route is as shown.
Its about 145 miles trip ending at the Cafe at Kildale where we will stop for a scone and a cuppa and the usual mickey taking before making our own way home.
Dinner will be at the cafe at Flamborough Head where they do a rather tasty fish and chips.
Full tanks please guys at the start.

Please circulate to all your contacts. If you would like to donate Easter Eggs for this very worthwhile cause you can leave them at The Brewhouse Cafe at Thornaby New Town Centre or at the Barrage Cafe at the White Water Centre at Stockton.

Total Amount Raised

Since June 2006
we have raised

 

£ 639815

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