06:00 Thursday 22 May 2014

£500 boost for Big Hearted Charity Bikers group

Written byJORDAN DAY

Community fundraising organisation - the Big Hearted Charity Bikers - has been awarded £500 by the Anglia Co-operative Community Fund (ACCF).

The charity bikers attend local fayres, fun days and youth groups where they showcase their motorcycles and explain the importance of staying safe.

Paul Badcock, co-founder of the group, said: “We are extremely grateful for this donation, which we will be using to replace our events trailer in order to help us continue our good work.”

Chris Wright, manager at the Littleport Central England Co-operative food store, said: “We are delighted this donation will play such a vital role in continuing the worthy work done by the Big Hearted Charity Bikers.

“They do a wonderful job in the community.”

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