Photo gallery: Harley Davidson rally in towns and villages across north Norfolk today
- Credit: Matthew Usher
The throaty roar of hundreds of Harley Davidsons will be heard in towns and villages across north Norfolk today.
The Fenlanders Chapter of the Harley Owners Group is in the district for its annual rally.
They arrived at Fakenham Racecourse on Thursday, where they will stay until Sunday.
About 100 riders rode through Fakenham, Melton Constable, Briston, Hunworth, Holt, Wiverton, Langham, Binham and Hindringham and Thursford yesterday.
The main ride out will be today.
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It is estimated that between 650 to 1,000 Harleys will leave Fakenham Racecourse at 11am and head through Fakenham Market Place, Barsham, Houghton St Giles, Walsingham, Wells, the Holkham Estate, back through Wells, Stiffkey and Morston and along to Sheringham for 12.10pm.
Today the bikers are also due to hold a stall at the Fakenham farmers' market to raise money for Ellie's Love, a charity named after Ellie Loades, from Colkirk, who died aged 16 last year, which supports people with cystic fibrosis.
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And some will attend the Rock 4 Jasmine music festival, at Fakenham Town Football Club.
The festival is named after Fakenham girl Jasmine Lewis, nine, who has the rare disease Juvenile Dermatomyostis and is raising money for the paediatric rheumatology department at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
The rally will raise funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.