The Widows Sons North Wales Chapter Charity Ride-Out

Above is a picture of Al Sullivan, President of the Widows Sons North Wales Chapter, with 3-year-old Noah Hignett and his Father. Noah was diagnosed with clear cell sarcoma 12 months ago and as a result had to have a kidney removed at Alder Hey Hospital, Merseyside.

Noah is still receiving treatment at the Hospital. His parents asked the local motorcycling fraternity to support them in raising money for this worthy cause. As a result over 100 bikers tuned out to support them with their fundraising efforts.

The Widows Sons North Wales ChapterCharity Ride-Out

Above is a picture of Al Sullivan, President of the Widows Sons North Wales Chapter, with 3-year-old Noah Hignett and his Father. Noah was diagnosed with clear cell sarcoma 12 months ago and as a result had to have a kidney removed at Alder Hey Hospital, Merseyside.

Noah is still receiving treatment at the Hospital. His parents asked the local motorcycling fraternity to support them in raising money for this worthy cause. As a result over 100 bikers tuned out to support them with their fundraising efforts.

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