The Yorkhill Easter Egg Run, Sunday 20th April, 2014
The Yorkhill Easter Egg Run
Sunday 20th April
On Sunday 20th April, the streets of Glasgow’s west end will be alive with the sound of revving engines and tooting horns as hundreds of motor-bikers take to the streets to support Yorkhill Children’s Charity. The 6.5 mile parade, starting and finishing in the grounds of the hospital, is a fantastic a sight to see!
The 2014 run celebrates the 35th year of the Easter Egg Run and we hope to make this the biggest and best yet! Bikers to assemble from 11am in the staff car park, parade begins at 12noon.
There is no registration in advance but we will ask every biker to make a suggested donation of £10 on arrival at Yorkhill.
It’s going to be a brilliant day – entertainment will be provided at the event site by the fantastic Revolt Rock Show and refreshments – including will be available.
No bike? Come along anyway to watch the parade, visit our stalls and enjoy the atmosphere – and why not text the word EASTER to 70707 to donate £5 now!
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