It has long been a tradition at Balhousie St Ronan’s, one of our care homes in Dundee, for the Black Cherries bikers to visit for Easter.

This year the group roared their way into Perthshire as well.

The Black Cherries, who voluntarily give up their time to deliver Easter eggs to residents, stopped off at Balhousie Coupar Angus and Luncarty as well.

For one of our Coupar Angus residents it was a dream come true. Robert is a former biker who was delighted to be able to sit on one of the Harley-Davidsons that visited, and conjure up some precious memories from his past. A very happy (Easter) bunny indeed!

Said St Ronan’s Home Manager Denise McCorkindale: “We love that the Black Cherries visit has become such an enjoyable tradition. It’s thanks to our Activities Coordinator Paula Balfour, who has family connections to the group. It was great to see even more of our homes benefit this year.”

Thank you Black Cherries!