Scooterists taking to the roads for Pawdrophenia fundraising event for Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre

News Shopper: Scooterists are taking to the roads to raise money for Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre Scooterists are taking to the roads to raise money for Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre

IT will be Pawdrophenia rather than Quadrophenia as up to 250 scooterists take to the roads on a mercy mission for an animal rescue centre.

The scooter riders will load up with pet food, blankets, toys and donations at the Tally Ho pub in Knockholt before riding to Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre, Jail Lane, Biggin Hill.

There they will meet some of the animals before a trip through the Kent countryside and then back to the pub for a fundraiser.

Organised by Sevenoaks scooter club the Big 7, they will be waved off from the Tally Ho pub by Toyah Willcox, the singer and actress who played Monkey in the 70s scooter film Quadrophenia.

She said: “Good luck to the big hearted Big 7 on their Pawdrophenia ride to Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre.

“Animals need the kindness of humans to find loving homes and a solid roof over their heads.”

The event takes place on September 18 with scooterists riding from the pub to the animal rescue centre at noon.

Call Barry Ludlow on 07703 308982 or go to big7sc.com to find out more about Pawdrophenia and to make a donation.

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