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Tomy supports Devon bikers Christmas toy mission

Published on: December 1st, 2017

Tomy has donated over £500 worth of toys to Devon Biker Group, The Fallen Torbay, as they embark on their annual Christmas present drop to local children’s hospitals.

The Fallen Torbay group will set off en masse on Saturday 2nd December, dressed in Santa suits as they ride through the Devon area bringing joy to those children who won’t be able to spend the festive season at home. This year, stops will include the Louise Cary Ward at Torbay hospital for sick children, and the John Parkes Unit for children with learning disabilities.

Club secretary and Tomy head of credit, Kris Davies, commented: “Last year we carried out a hugely successful toy run in partnership with Tomy for sick and poorly children in the Torbay area. We can’t wait to set off again, Tomy has made a large donation of toys to our run and we are hoping it will be bigger and better than 2016.”

Tomy’s donation kick started this year’s toy collection and members of The Fallen will work to wrap and label these presents ahead of their big ride taking place on 2nd December at 10am where they’ll set off from Milber Industrial estate in Newton Abbot, Devon.

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