Regular readers will know that Hundred of Hoo Lodge of Mark Master Masons is the Province’s motorcycling Lodge and home to many members of both of the respective East & West Kent Widows Sons’ Chapters.
On Sunday 2nd April, the East Kent Widows Sons took to the saddle for their annual Easter Egg Run.
With bright skies, but a chilly breeze, the bikers met at 9am at Minster in Thanet, for a warming breakfast and a briefing. 18 bikers were in attendance, with 9 of them being members of the Hundred of Hoo Mark Lodge, and a further 5 prospective candidates among them!
With 18 bikes, 1 van, 1 car and over 400 Easter eggs in the convoy, the Widows Sons set off for the first of 4 drop offs – the Millmead Children’s Centre in Margate, where the convoy enjoyed a well deserved warm drink, dropping off over 100 Easter Eggs for the children.
Second stop was to Rising Sun Domestic Abuse in Canterbury where another 100 eggs were dropped in. The third stop was to “Footprints” in Stodmarsh , where the convoy was met by the happy residents who were handed their Easter eggs personally.
Lastly, the bikers headed to Herne Bay’s Strode Park, above, where they were again met by the residents, and having had their photos taken, were handed their Easter eggs.