Wolfruna Motorbike Chapter brings Christmas joy to local hospitals

In an inspiring display of community spirit and generosity, the Wolfruna Chapter delivered over 1,000 Christmas presents to children in local hospitals, despite challenging weather conditions

The convoy of motorbikes, adorned with festive decorations and carrying a precious cargo of gifts, was a sight to behold.

Over 50 members of the group came out in the rain to bring festive cheer to young patients at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton, Walsall Manor, and Russells Hall Hospital. Paul Brothwood, Director of the Wolfruna Chapter, said:

“It was a heartwarming experience to see the smiles we brought to the children's faces. Our members braved the rain and cold, but the warmth we received from the children, visitors, and nurses at each hospital made it all worthwhile.”

This annual event, organised by the Wolfruna Chapter, has become a cherished tradition, eagerly anticipated by both the bikers and the hospitals. The festive season can be especially challenging for families with children in the hospital, and gestures like this make a significant difference.

The generosity and thoughtfulness of our members truly embody the spirit of the season.

The event was not only about delivering presents; it was also a chance for the members of the Harley-Davidson Owners Group to demonstrate their commitment to the community. “As motorcyclists, we share a bond of brotherhood and passion for the open road, but we also share a deep commitment to giving back to our community,” added Paul.

The Wolfruna Chapter extends its heartfelt thanks to all its members who participated in the ride and to everyone who donated gifts. The chapter looks forward to continuing this tradition for many years to come, spreading joy and making a positive impact in the community. 


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