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Superb turn out for the Annual NI Easter Egg Run

Yesterday in Ballymena lots of bikers turned out for the Annual Easter Egg run. Last year the weather wasn’t good but this year the sunshine brought people out in their droves. It was a super day to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of this charity fundraiser. Superb turn out for the Annual NI Easter Egg Run

Here are the bikes setting off for their drive taken by Amber Surgenor.

And here is another video of the bikes arriving in Carnlough yesterday taken by Caroline Brown from the old bridge.

These were both shared on the Annual NI Easter Egg run Facebook page which you can follow by clicking here.

Well done to everyone who turned up to this worthy event and a special well done to those who gave up their time to organise, steward and look after the entire event. We are certain that a great amount of money has been raised for the charity – Marie Curie Cancer care.

Marie Curie Cancer Care provide care and support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. they have been carrying out this vital work for over 65 years – last year alone caring for over 40,000 people across the UK. If you or someone you’re close to has a terminal illness, they offer invaluable support. There are a range of ways we they help you, from clear, useful information about living with a terminal illness to expert nursing care in your home. Call them on 0800 090 2309 or click here to see the services they are able to offer.

We cant wait to hear the final total raised after this superb turn out for the Annual NI Easter Egg Run.