Motorcyclists from Phoenix Motorcycle Training, Croydon, revved-up their bikes at the weekend to deliver Christmas presents to the children at The Children’s Trust, Tadworth. Much to the delight of the children, 35 motorbikes, with many of the riders dressed as ‘Santa Claus’, arrived at Tadworth Court on Saturday morning (10th). The kind-hearted bikers, who distributed presents to the children, clearly enjoyed their visit. Rosemarie Glithero, Leisure & Activity Co-ordinator at The Children’s Trust said: “This was the first visit by Phoenix Motorcycle Training and I would like to thank Mark Jaffe, the owner, for organising so many bikers to come along and also thank everyone for bringing presents for the children. It was fantastic to see so many motorbikes and we are all looking forward to next year’s visit.
Mark Jaffe added: “We had a great morning meeting the staff and children. I am delighted that so many bikers, which included Goldwing Owners Club, Blood Runners and Unity Support Riders, turned out to show their support. It was a great start to the Christmas celebrations.”
The Children’s Trust is a national charity, which provides care, education and therapy for children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs, and rehabilitation to children with an acquired brain injury.
For more information, please visit: www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk.