Today two of our ladies took part in the Children’s Hospice South West Bubble Rush – a fund raising event that saw them battling coloured foam bubbles on a 5k course.
Sue and Beth’s efforts will add to the £1,000 raised by The Egg Run for CHSW this year.
Well done ladies!!!
We’ll be holding an open meet at the King’s Head next Saturday, 15th September, from around 7-7.30pm.
This is a chance for those interested in the club to come along and meet us, and find out more about Moorlanders MCC.
We should be in the carvery room at the back of the pub, straight ahead from the front door.
The 4th Rob’s Run was another memorable day out with the Widows Sons for their annual charity ride.
Along with Plymouth MCC, Moorlanders MCC assisted in marshalling the route.
It was an early start to make Plymstock for a 10.30 am departure, with the late Rob Walls’ bike being ridden in the lead. Rob is the former Vice President of Widows Sons South West Chapter, and the event runs his favourite route from Plymstock to Dartmouth in memory of Rob and to raise funds for Ambers Angels Trust – a charity providing support to victims of child abuse.
The midway stop is traditionally by the tank at Slapton Sands, skilfully included in this year’s route despite the closed road along the seafront after last year’s storms.
Finishing at Liara Railway Club in Plymouth, the day was completed with food, raffle and presentation of the monies raised to Amber.
We’re looking forward to Rob’s Run, which will be held on Sunday 2nd September this year.
This annual event raises funds for and awareness of child abuse victims and the support offered by Ambers Angels Trust.
It is held by Widows Sons South West Chapter in memory of their late Vice President, Rob Walls, and rides his favourite route from near his home in Plymstock up to Dartmouth and back.
We’re assisting in marshalling the event, and hope we’ll see you at the start – 10 am, Morrison’s car park, Plymstock PL9 7BH
Moorlanders MCC were on the Hoe with Widows Sons South West Chapter to assist in the marshalling of this year’s Megaride.
After a wet start it turned out a good day. Our help was greatly appreciated by Plymouth motorcycle club.
The MegaRide is about to celebrate it’s 25th anniversary in 2019.
We need your help to keep this event running as the costs each year to run the MegaRide keep increasing. Everyone who helps volunteers their own time free of charge.
The 2018 MegaRide was hit with really bad weather on the day and the expenses of running the event were not covered.
All the money raised each year goes to support local charities.
Please make a donation, however small to help us keep this event running in the future.
Please click on the picture below to give your support.
Thank you everyone.
Moorlanders MCC is the family friendly motorcycle club in North Cornwall that holds the Easter Egg Run each year.
Moorlanders MCC Egg Run 2018 raised over £5,000.
In May, John Martin, Moorlanders’ Chairman, supported by other members, visited the two ARB learning support units that receive funds from the Egg Run.
He was pleased to see that the money will be wisely invested in additional play equipment that will enhance the learning experiences of the children attending the units at Camelford and St Stephens, Lauceston.
Both were presented with a cheque for £1,000 .