From the Royston Crown June 20th 2016:
Gleaming custom and classic motorbikes proved a high-octane attraction which drew around 1,500 fans to take in the impressive spectacle at the annual Royston and District Motorcycle Club Show.
This year’s the event was held in a new venue, at the Eternit Sports & Social Club in Meldreth, and raised more than £8,500 for charity.
Good causes to benefit include Meldreth Manor School, East Anglian Air Ambulance and the SERV Blood Runner volunteers who provide a vital out-of-hours service to deliver blood supplies, breast milk and other medical transport support needs free of charge to the NHS.
Mark Coningsby, one of the show’s organisers, said: “Despite the forecast being against us and moving the show to a new venue, it was a great success. “We’ve had lots of positive feedback from bikers at the event and on Facebook. “The Royston & District Motorcycle Club Show is a club effort and we are all so pleased so many people came and enjoyed themselves.
“We are a small club of only 40 members, but it’s a great team and everyone has a real passion for the show.”