Hundreds of scooters head through Norwich to take eggs to poorly children

Hundreds of scooters snaked their way through the centre of Norwich this afternoon - to brighten up the lives of poorly children.

The event saw riders head for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to take chocolate Easter eggs to children at the Jenny Lind Children's Department.

The scooters set off from the Prince of Denmark pub in Sprowston Road at 1.30pm and worked their way along the A47 to the County Hall turn-off.

They then headed down Ber Street, through Westlegate and up to Earlham Road via the Grapes Hill roundabout before heading towards the hospital for 2.30pm.

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