Sheffield Children's Hospital Easter Egg Run 2018 - Bikers make their way to Weston Park opposite the Children's Hospital.
Sheffield Children's Hospital Easter Egg Run 2018 - Bikers make their way to Weston Park opposite the Children's Hospital.

Look back at pictures from this traditional Sheffield Easter event in aid of the Children’s Hospital

Sheffield Children’s Hospital Easter Egg Run was cancelled this year, but take a look at these pictures from the 2018 event – Can you spot yourself in our gallery?

Monday, 5th April 2021, 2:59 pm
Updated Monday, 5th April 2021, 3:04 pm

Yesterday, (April 4) on Easter Sunday, Sheffield would have seen hundreds of motorcyclists roar across the city, ending their route at Weston Park as part of the annual Sheffield Children’s Hospital Easter Egg Run, where motorbike riders deliver chocolate treats to poorly children.

It has become a tradition over the 20 years it has been running, but it was unfortunately cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and did not take place this April due to the current restrictions in place.

Instead of bikers making their way through the city to raise funds, a raffle and auction is being held online, with Former world superbike champion James Toseland raffling off some of his prize-winning leathers.

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