11:45AM, Wednesday 19 November 2014
Fancy dress-wearing bikers are needed to take part in the fifth annual Broom Farm Toy Run in Windsor.
The event, which supports military families, will be held on Sunday, November 30, starting from Windsor Coach Park.
A car carrying the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Richard Kellaway, will lead the bikers through the town centre to the Broom Farm estate where they will deliver toys which local businesses are being encouraged to donate.
Raffle prizes are also needed, with all proceeds given to the Royal British Legion Riders charity - last year more than £700 was raised.
Cllr Kellaway said: "I'm very much looking forward to leading this year's toy run and I'm sure the sight of hundreds of festive bikers will prove a real spectacle for residents in the Windsor area to enjoy.
"We want to encourage as many businesses as possible to donate as generously as they can to help bring a smile to the faces of the children at Broom Farm, especially to those who have a parent in active service who may not be home for Christmas."
Bikers interested in joining the Toy Run and businesses wishing to make a donation should call Stuart Hookway at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01628 685636.
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