2015 Wirral Egg Run
Merseyside Police is calling on riders to enjoy themselves safely and responsibly during this year’s planned Wirral Egg Run event which is due to take place on Sunday, 22 March.
The riders are expected to gather at New Brighton Dips at 11am and will then follow a pre-determined route which ends at Claremont Farm, Clatterbridge. The event seeks to raise money for a number of local charities.
Officers are calling on all those taking part to do so safely and responsibly and are also reminding motorists that roads on the route are likely to be extremely busy from 11am and into the afternoon.
Area Commander for Wirral, Chief Superintendent John Martin, said: "The majority of people taking part are there to raise money for good causes and to enjoy themselves safely.
"I'd urge everyone taking part to make sure they stick to the Highway Code and don't put themselves or other riders or pedestrians at risk by speeding. This should make sure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable day.
"I’d also remind everyone that the roads are likely to be really busy on the day of the event and motorists may want to think about their route to help avoid any congestion."
Anyone who has concerns about the event can call officers on the 101 number.
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