We’d like to thank Jordan Garratt and all her team at Polzeath Class, the ARB Unit in Camelford, for the warm welcome we received last week. We visited to present a cheque for £1,000 raised by the 2022 Egg Run. Young Levi and his classmates enjoyed exploring our motorcycles, and it was a pleasure meeting … More Cameford School ARB
Widow Sons Kernow MRA are pleased to announce that this week we have delivered over 250 Easter Eggs across CornwallAnd the total amount raised is now😀😀😀😀£5,000😀😀😀😀 We would like to thank everyone that has supported us this year in this amazing achievement, with a special thanks to Bro Carl Davenport founder of WS MRA who … More EGG RUN 2022 ANOUNCEMENT
This week Widows Sons brothers and sister have been delivering over 250 Easter Eggs to hospices and children in Cornwall. These were donated to our Egg Run by generous bikers and people. Thank you to everyone that have made this possible.
Bikes and bikers of all ages and sizes are welcome to join our Egg Run. Smaller engines and less experienced riders will be asked to follow close to the lead bike. The Run will be fully marshalled at junctions, and follow a varied route of around 60 miles, ending at Bowden Derra Park care facility … More Egg Run 2022
It was a privilege to support our DC, WBro Brian Martin and bear witness to the presentation by APGM WBro David Maskell of his Provincial Grand Master’s Certificate for Good Service to Freemasonry. We, as Widows Sons and brothers in both the Lodge of the Chisel and Earl of St Germans, are grateful for Brian’s … More Well Deserved
We were delighted to take part in the long awaited NHS Ride of Thanks that took place today in Devon and Cornwall. Previously postponed twice, the ride brought together the big hearted biker community in a display of support and collection of donations to the NHS charities. Widows Sons MRA England Kernow Grand Chapter were … More NHS Ride of Thanks
What a year our chapter has had, despite the pandemic and lockdown we have remained active right through this. We formed our own small support groups to keep talking and riding when we couldn’t all meet. Our officers have worked hard and kept communications going in difficult times. We have refurbished our clubhouse to be … More Looking Back on A Year of Change