A GROUP of Harley-Davidson bike riders took part in a Halloween themed cake sale to raise money for charity, last weekend.

Members of the Thames Valley Harley Owners Group sold their homemade baked goods at Reading's Harley Davidson dealership on Wokingham Road, Earley, on Saturday (October 26).

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The group was raising money for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice based in Maidenhead which supports children with life limiting illnesses.

Fundraisers dressed up as witches including Jo Green from Woodcote who explained the Thames Valley Harley Owners Group has been supporting the hospice for three years.

She said the group of riders like to give back to the community whilst enjoying their hobby.

She also thanked the dealer principle at Reading's Harley-Davidson for letting them use his facilities to sell their cakes.

The total funds raised from the bake sale have not yet been totalled as the fundraising buckets will be used this Thursday October 31 for a Harleyween event being held at the Reading dealership.

Harley-Davidson is releasing a new line of clothing and will be showcasing these during a fashion show.

There will also be creepy crawleys such as spiders and snakes at the event for people to see.

Hayley West, charity officer for the Thames Valley Harley Owners Group, revealed the group has raised £15,280 for the hospice to date.

This includes donations from a skydive she took part in, pub quizzes and monthly raffles amongst other events.

Community fundraiser for Alexander Devine Children's Hospice, Julia Philipson, said: "For us it is so wonderful to have that ongoing support.

"We are just so incredibly grateful to them."