Willingham Woods was the meeting point for this year’s motorbike run in aid of St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice.
And it was around 260 bikers that took to the roads of the Wolds for the event, organised by the Louth Friends of the Hospice Group.
Hospice fundraiser, Angela Greenfield, said: “We would like to thank Mr Lee and everyone else who has worked hard to ensure that this year’s motorbike run was a success.
“In particular we would like to thank Honda Racing in Louth for donating 2 VIP British Superbike tickets which were auctioned on the day, to all of the “stop off” venues and to everyone who donated raffle prizes and gave their time to make this event happen.
“All care at the hospice is completely free of charge to the families who need it, but it currently costs around £1.5 million per year to keep the Hospice open.
“Without the support of the people who organise such events and those who support them the lives of both the children and their families would be much more difficult.”