The Wirral Egg Run is an annual event which raises money for local children’s charities and donates Easter eggs to hospitalised children.
The 2009 Wirral Egg Run 2009 will taking place 2 weeks before Easter due to the request of the authorities so the allocated date is
Sunday 29th March there will be several thousand participants are expected to take part in the event.
Participants gather on motorcycles at New Brighton and ride a 20 mile pre-determined route to Clatterbridge hospital.
Once there, they deliver their Easter eggs in time for distribution for Easter Sunday.
Whilst the donation and delivery of Easter eggs forms the core iconic tradition of the Egg Run, the more significant aspect is now the
delivery by participants of cash donations to the Wirral Egg Run registered charity.