Hundreds of bikers take part in 40th anniversary Glasgow Easter Egg run
Each year, a convoy of motorbike riders delivers Easter eggs to the Royal Hospital for Children in Yorkhill.
Hundreds of bikers have taken part in the 40th annual Easter Egg Run in Glasgow.
Each year, a convoy of motorbike riders travels through the city to take Easter eggs to patients at the Royal Hospital for Children in Yorkhill.
This year’s event began at Glasgow Green at 11am and passed by the River Clyde before crossing over the Squinty Bridge and finishing at the hospital.
Angela's costume for today's Easter Egg Run is eggs-emplary! 😀🐣— Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity (@GCH_Charity) April 21, 2019
Hundreds of bikers are getting set to ride through Glasgow today in support of the babies, children and young people treated at Scotland's busiest children's hospital, and we're so grateful for their support 💜 pic.twitter.com/wXuClHU7Zs
Glasgow’s Lord Provost Eva Bolander and East Ayrshire’s Provost Jim Todd led the event.