Fundraising ride makes Bulahdelah stop off

The Bulahdelah Country Women’s Association team.

RAISING key funds for Camp Quality, a group of charity-focused motorcycle enthusiasts passed through Bulahdelah over the weekend, stopping for a well-earned lunch provided by the local Country Women’s Association (CWA) branch.

Camp Quality supports children aged 0-15 battling cancer, as well as their families.

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Deborah Moore from Camp Quality’s Newcastle office coordinated the fundraising ride.

“There’s actually two separate events,” she said.

“There’s a bike challenge and a motorcycle challenge.”

The motorcycle challenge came as an alternative to the gruelling physical challenge of cycling 500 kilometres.

Mustering at Heatherbrae the riders went to Armidale and back over the weekend, stopping in at Bulahdelah.

The event has raised much needed funds for the children’s charity.

“We have far exceeded any expectations this year and had some incredible generous donors,” Deborah said.

“The target was $190,000 and we’re very close to the $250,000 mark.

“The result means that in the eight years of running motorcycles we have raised over $1,000,000 for kids and families.

“It gives me goosebumps thinking about how much money has been raised for his worthy cause.”

Robyn Moncreiff of the Bulahdelah CWA said, “We were contacted by Camp Quality asking how we could help and we were more than happy to help out.”

With stomachs full the riders completed the last leg of their journey back to Newcastle.


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