A hospice charity will be able to provide brides with some classic chic on their big day during a fundraising event next month.
Volunteers and staff will be running a vintage wedding fayre at the Sue Ryder superstore, at St Nicholas Retail Park, North Lynn, on Saturday, April 5.
Brides will be able to pick up an unusual bargain to add special something to their nuptials while also enjoying a cuppa and a slice of cake with the team.
Chris Hubble will be swapping his Sue Ryder van for a motorcycle during the following day to promote the charity.
Mr Hubble and his friends from Thetford Motorcycle Club will be dropping off in West Norfolk as they make their way to the Thorpe Hall Hospice, which is run by the Sue Ryder charity, in Peterborough.
Local bikers will be able to join the ride out, which sets off Thetford’s Riverside Car Park between 9am and 9.30am on Sunday, April 6.
They are due to call into Greenway Lane, Fakenham, between 11am and 11.30am before rolling into St Nicholas Retail Park at noon.
The group is also due to arrive at the Downham store in Bridge Street, at about 1pm before heading onto Thorpe Hall.
The hospice has been providing specialist palliative care for adults for more than 20 years.
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