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The first St George's Day Bike Blessing was a huge success. In spite of the heavens opening and producing a deluge for most of the day, 240 motorcyclists, scooter riders and trikers rode out to the little village church of St Mark for a blessing at the beginning of the riding season.
Here's some comments from people who were there;
'The feeling of being part of something bigger was tremendous' John from Oldham
'I really enjoyed being part of the first bike blessing' Ian from Stockport
'make it an annual event please' Sue from Altrincham
'Great bikes, great company, great band, great blessing' Spider from Mottram
Live rock band Boss Hog provided the music.
We raised £425 for the children's society 'Safer Cities' Manchester Project
The event attracted widespread interest from the media. TV station Channel M through Century 105 Radio to the printed media gave the event coverage.
The fourth St George's Day Bike Blessing was a huge success. The
Sun was shining, not a cloud in site, in fact the only dampener was the
slight gust of wind on the day, 140 motorcyclists, scooter riders and
trikers once again made what is fast becoming "a tradition" for bikers.
The route changed this year with us setting off from a fantastic venue
The LIGHTHOUSE CENTRE, Eccles. We then proceeded through URMSTON,
CARRINGTON, PARTINGTON before arriving at DUNHAM MASSEY.
Just a few comments from people who attended:
First time i have
been to the bike blessing, wife and i really enjoyed
ourselves. Well organised, nice people great bikes all makes
a great day and the weather was a bonus. Many thanks.
Andrew & Mary Waddington
Thanks so much to you for today. We had a lovely time in great company. Reverend Jerry obviously had a word with his boss to arrange the perfect weather. We are well and truly blessed. Thanks
again. Big Phil & Little Chris.
If you are interested in joining us then please
Register by sending an
e-mail to us stating how many attending and your names. For full
details check out Blessing