Motorcyclist, 75, refuses to let pandemic stop him from raising funds for school

School transport driver and motorcyclist Trevor Moore has refused to let the Covid-19 pandemic stop him from raising funds for Woodlands Meed in Burgess Hill.

Monday, 28th June 2021, 1:36 pm
Updated Monday, 28th June 2021, 1:44 pm

A fundraising bike tour of his homeland Northern Ireland was cancelled last year, but Trevor, 75, kept collecting cash for the school and college at any socially distanced motorcycle events that were possible over the past few months.

Trevor knows a lot about biking events, especially in Ireland, and has a long history of fundraising with his motorcycle.

“I’m delighted to be able to now do this for Woodlands Meed,” said Trevor, adding that he sees how much the school benefits its ‘fantastic’ students when he picks them up.

Transport driver Trevor Moore has continued to raise funds for Woodlands Meed School and College by collecting money at socially distanced biking events.

He said he plans to take bikers on a charity tour of Northern Ireland in August and share his expertise about the country.

Anyone who would like to join Trevor on the tour can call 07592609093.

“I am now 75 years old and feel lucky to be able to share my biking experience with other enthusiastic bikers,” said Trevor.

A spokesman for Woodlands Meed said that the school was nominated as the Triumph Owner Motor Cycle Club’s (TOMCC), West Sussex, charity of 2021 thanks to Trevor’s efforts.

Woodlands Meed is a generic special needs school and college in West Sussex that offers individualised care and learning to students with a broad range of disabilities.

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