Easter biker day at Plas Bellin

 

  

Last month Plas Bellin held its semi-annual biker day. Each year at Christmas and Easter around 25 Harley-Davidson bikers visit the supported accommodation for families.

On the 13th April the bikers arrived at Plas Bellin dressed as bunnies and bearing Easter eggs for all of the children. They spent the day with families eating hot dogs and letting the children sit on their motorbikes and take pictures. 

At Christmas they often donate money to help Plas Bellin continue to offer supported accommodation for up to 23 families.

"They do it because they care. We always make a day of it, this year we bought all the children bunny ears and they ran out to greet them, the families love it. "  - June Davies, Plas Bellin Administrator

After visiting Plas Bellin the bikers always make their way to their next stop to visit children at Alder Hey Hospital. 

 

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