Hospital receives £320
group of fundraising bikers handed over a cheque for more than
£300 to the Friends of Burnham-On-Sea Hospital on Wednesday
evening (June 30th) following a recent bike run.
40 motorcycling enthusiasts from the town took part in a 100 mile
bike on June 13th,
raising £320 for the town's hospital in the process.
enthusiast Phil Hayward organised the event in aid of the Friends
of Burnham Hospital, with the convoy of bikes making their way
to Lynmouth and back.
and fellow bikers Pete Baker, Heather Hayward and Ron Griffiths
handed over the cheque to the hospital's Bernard Spilsbury and
Tony Deahl on Wednesday, as pictured here.
Burnham-On-Sea.com: "This gesture by Phil and his biking
friends, in appreciation of the excellent treatment many had experienced
at our hospital, is very much appreciated. The bike run was a
fun and novel way of raising much needed funds."
thanked all those who had taken part in the run and also praised
several local businesses who supported the event, including Dog
Motorcycles, Pat Watts, David Bull Opticians, the Dunstan House,
Oaktree Arena, Naughty and Nice, and V&J's Motorbikes.
are Phil Hayward and fellow bikers Pete Baker, Heather Hayward
and Ron Griffiths handing over the cheque to the Friends of Burnham
Hospital's Bernard Spilsbury and Tony Deahl