Success for pub bike show

HUNDREDS of bike enthusiasts took over a Nailsea pub to raise money for a good cause.

The Royal Oak International Bike Show was held at the High Street watering hole on Saturday and Sunday, with more than 70 motorcycles on display from classic vintage models to some of the most modern designs.

About 200 people went along to the event on Saturday and it proved popular again Sunday, helping to raise more than �360 for Children’s Hospice South West, which runs Charlton Farm in Wraxall.

With the number of visitors arriving on their own bikes, it is thought up to 150 motorcycles were seen at the show over the weekend.


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