Axemen bikers support Devon Freewheelers

PUBLISHED: 09:05 20 September 2012

The Axminster Axemen presented a cheque £1,000 to Kevin Lee and Mick Scaife from the Blood Bike service on Saturday evening. Presenting the cheque are Paul Wood and Phil Russett and the money was raised at the group's show at Whitchurch back in June. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mha 5421-37-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

The Axminster Axemen presented a cheque £1,000 to Kevin Lee and Mick Scaife from the Blood Bike service on Saturday evening. Presenting the cheque are Paul Wood and Phil Russett and the money was raised at the group's show at Whitchurch back in June. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mha 5421-37-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Axminster motorycle group hands charity £1,000 raised at its first music and bike show

Members of the Axemen Bike Club presented a cheque for £1,000 to the Devon Freewheelers charity on Saturday.

The money was raised at the group’s first music and bike show at The Five Bells Inn, Whitchurch Canonicorum, over two days in June.

After handing over the cheque before the start of Axminster carnival parade, a spokesman for the club said: “We would like to thank the landlady Pat Hawkins and Stacey and Paul for all their hard work and generosity, all the bands and the sound engineer John Mills, who once again did a great job for us, and everyone who turned up in support, making the weekend a success.”

To find out more about the club’s upcoming events visit www.axemen.co.uk

l The Devon Freewheelers’ motorcycle teams transport urgently needed blood, drugs, human tissues, and other medical requirements between hospitals and blood transfusion banks.


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