PUBLISHED: 16:19 15 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:19 15 April 2017
The group of 80 motorbikes which turned up to Oakwood House Nursing Home in Colney as part of a special treat for 76-year-old David Gurney. Picture: SOPHIE WYLLIE
Norwich-born David Gurney, 76, who has terminal cancer, was greeted on Saturday by motorcyclists from across Norfolk at the Oakwood House Nursing Home in Colney where he now lives.
The major event was organised by 39-year-old activities co-ordinator Emily Wilson, who wanted to cheer up Mr Gurney to ease his health problems.
She was inspired by what was originally going to be a small visit of motorbike riders – including her husband Oz Wilson, 45, three days ago.
However, Mr Wilson’s friend Duncan Nash had other ideas and set up the event on Facebook appealing for bikers around the county to ride from the Thickthorn services on the A11 to the care home.
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