Glen Rosa, the Methodist Care Home in Ilkley, received an offer from the local Harley Davidson club, to visit the residents on Easter Day and deliver Easter Eggs!
On Easter Sunday morning, all the residents waited eagerly to see what was going to happen, when the roaring of engines and hooting of horns was heard and twelve motorbikes rumbled through the main entrance and onto the drive. Cheers, shouts and waves greeted their arrival.
Some residents took a closer look and even take the opportunity to sit on the machines!
The whole event was really appreciated by all and thanks must go to the Harley Davidson club who really made Easter memorable.
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