Prescott Hill Climb & Bike Fest
from 08:30 AM to 04:30 PM
The NOC have been invited to display and have been awarded ‘The Featured Marque‘ for the event on Sunday April 9th 2017. The event is in aid of 'Blood Bikes' which are all registered charities, transporting medical essentials between NHS facilities, on an out-of-hours basis - usually from 7p.m. to 7a.m. weekdays and 24 hours at weekends and public holidays. The service is provided free of charge and is totally reliant on public donation. More general information about the event, prices and booking information can be found at:
As we are the featured marque we will display in the paddock plus the area in front of the Clubhouse as an overspill. The organiser has reserved 10 standard 'Run the Hill' entries for the NOC members only but these will run out, so you must book these directly in advance at a cost of £37 for the charity by contacting: www.prescottbikefestival.co.uk
The Club has been allocated a few places in the 'Run the Hill' rides for the ‘Specials’ which are free and if you wish to be considered for these please contact Chris Streather in the first place ASAP.
Members wishing to display their Nortons on the NOC stand will get a free entry to the event and are welcome to camp on site on the Saturday. If you are bringing along a partner or friend you would be expected to pay a £6 donation towards the ticket price. You are also invited to join in the fun at the Prescott Clubhouse for their Saturday Night Party with live music and food with the NOC, which is going to be made available to us. There will be a special Norton-only parade lap for any Norton from Manx to Easy Rider around midday on the Sunday at an easy pace so why not give it a go!
Note: members not displaying a bike will pay the normal entry fee of £13 (in advance) or £15 (on the gate).
For all NOC displays, specials and camping, contact Chris and Jill Streather:
email@example.com or ring 01594 860516 for further details.
For local places to stay within a 10 mile radius see:
www.prescott-hillclimb.com/accommodation-list or we can send a copy out.
The festival is organised by the regional blood bike group, Severn Freewheelers and their volunteers. The main purpose is to raise awareness and funds to help run their vital service and support the National Association of Blood Bikes. All proceeds from the festival go to supporting the blood bike charities. Find out more at: