The 2013 show was a packed event with everyone having a great evening checking over 1800 bikes that came along and made the show what it is!
The money raised was gratefully received on July 17th by our chosen charities:
The EAAA is especially needed here in East Anglia as the region covers a vast area, much of it rural. With more than 5,000 sq miles, or 11% of the total area of England, it contains some of its most isolated terrain making it sometimes difficult for land ambulances to reach the scene of accidents and emergencies quickly.
Meldreth Manor School welcomes pupils on a day, weekly or full board basis who have a statement of special needs. We offer a creative approach to a multi-sensory curriculum, which promotes all aspects of the child’s development: physical, social, emotional and intellectual which, are addressed simultaneously, through a range of therapies including speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, music therapy as well as imaginative use of ICT.
SERV aims to supply a safe, quick and reliable service to local hospitals and doctors for the transport of Emergency Blood and Blood products. SERV will also transport emergency medical equipment, drugs and donor organs if requested to do so. SERV will also transport between hospitals in cases of emergency. At night, free of any charge this will release more money for patient care. This service is provided between the hours of 7pm and 6am, 7 nights a week, 52 weeks of the year. SERV also supplies 24hr cover over the Christmas and New Year Bank Holidays. All of our members are volunteers and receive no recompense for their time or out of pocket expenses.