The Leyland Eagles motorcycle club are riding out for the South Ribble Women’s Refuge this Saturday (16th April).
The Eagles first adopted the Refuge as their chosen charity in 2009 and have decided to help raise donations again this year.
The bikers have previously held the charity ride out before Christmas with one of the bikes being turned into Santa's sled, however due to the snow it was put back.
The Eagles plan to leave the British Legion in Leyland at 11.20 am and proceed to the Avant garden centre, Wigan Road, Leyland where they will stop for a couple of hours to collect money for Clare House Women’s Refuge.
They will then return to the British Legion to present members of the Refuge team with a cheque and Easter Eggs, for women and children staying at the Refuge over the Easter period.
Child Support Worker for Clare House, Sarah Bell, said: "Since the success of the ride out last year the eagles have continued to support us through 2010/11. We are thrilled that they are continuing their support, the effort that they put into this and other events is fantastic and we are as ever very grateful for the time and effort that they put in on our behalf.”