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Harley Davidson club roll up with special Easter gift for children’s charity

PUBLISHED: 12:48 04 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:21 04 April 2018

Sunbeams Play centre manager, Monica Bates, accepts a cheque from Iceni Chapter director, Jeff Bacon. Picture: Sunbeams Play

Sunbeams Play centre manager, Monica Bates, accepts a cheque from Iceni Chapter director, Jeff Bacon. Picture: Sunbeams Play

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A motorcycle club has brought cash and Easter eggs to a Great Yarmouth play centre for the fourth year running.

One of the children has a go in the seat of a Harley Davidson at Sunbeams Play. Picture: Sunbeams PlayOne of the children has a go in the seat of a Harley Davidson at Sunbeams Play. Picture: Sunbeams Play

The Harley Davidson Iceni Chapter Norfolk visited Sunbeams Play in Gapton Hall Road on Monday, bringing with them more than 130 Easter eggs and a cheque for £1,000.

A convoy of 16 Harley Davidsons braved the wet weather and the riders stayed around at the centre to talk with children and parents about the bikes - with many children taking the opportunity to sit in the seats.

Sunbeams Play is a charity that provides a fun, safe and caring environment where children and young people with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder can thrive.

The donation from will go towards a project to replace Sunbeam’s muddy garden surface with artificial grass.

This is the fourth time the Norfolk Iceni Chapter have made an Easter visit to the charity, donating more than £4,000 in total.

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