Chipping Sodbury welcomes charity motorbike convoy

November 03 2015

A group of motorbike enthusiasts caught the eye in Chipping Sodbury after using a Broad Street coffee shop as the meeting point for their 100-mile ride in aid of disability charity Brandon Trust.

A group of motorbike enthusiasts caught the eye in Chipping Sodbury after using a Broad Street coffee shop as the meeting point for their 100-mile ride in aid of disability charity Brandon Trust.
The 25 bikers gathered at Etcetera for a quick thank you breakfast with members of Brandon’s fundraising team before setting off in convoy to the iconic Ace Café in north London, which is a famous worldwide as a mecca for bikers.
Organiser and bike fan Joanne Wingate works as a manager at Brandon Trust, who are based in Patchway and support children and adults with learning disabilities and autism across the region.
She said: “Earlier this year the Brandon Bikers visited the Ace Café and many asked we do it again, either because they missed it or they loved it so much.
“As always the intention was to raise funds for Brandon Trust and, with a donation per bike, we managed to raise around £300.
“It was quite a sight in Chipping Sodbury on Sunday morning, so thanks to all who took part.”
For information on Brandon Trust, visit http://www.brandontrust.org