Easter surprise for residents at home

A group of bikers from Northumberland brought the residents of Northlands Nursing Home in Morpeth some Easter eggs on Sunday following the special ride on Saturday.
A group of bikers from Northumberland brought the residents of Northlands Nursing Home in Morpeth some Easter eggs on Sunday following the special ride on Saturday.
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Saturday saw a huge convoy of bikers take to the roads for the Northumbria Easter Egg Run.

The bikes left Woodhorn Museum in the morning and rode to Amble, where they stopped for lunch, before riding on to Alnwick, down the A1 past Morpeth and then through Bedlington and Bebside before finishing at South Beach, Blyth.

Bikers were asked to take along an Easter egg. All proceeds, after costs, were donated to Support Our Soldiers and eggs were given to children in North East hospitals.

On Sunday, a group of these bikers went along to Northlands Nursing Home in Kings Avenue, Morpeth, with dozens of Easter eggs.

The visit was kept as a surprise for the residents at the home.