Charitable groups are now eligible to apply for funding from this year’s Hoggin The Bridge. Continue reading “Charity Applications Now Open!”
Caldicot Town Team are offering town centre businesses a great opportunity to advertise their business at the massively popular Hoggin The Bridge event, Other offers are available for businesses outside of the town centre, wishing to advertise with us
Caldicot Town Team are thrilled to announce that there is going to be even more entertainment and fun than ever before, with a new gig for the Saturday night
The 2017 Hoggin The Bridge event, run by Caldicot Town Team raised a whopping £13,500 for 24 charities.
Hoggin The Bridge held their annual presentation at Caldicot Choir Hall on Sunday 14th January 2018.
Monmouthshire County Council Chairwoman Maureen Powell attended the event and presented a cheque to Meningitis Now.
23 other charities benefited from a share of the £13,500 raised by bikers on Sunday October 8th.
Over 6,000 bikes took part in the largest ride out to date for the group. Finishing this year at Caldicot Castle, the backdrop and good weather made for a fantastic day out. Live music, motorbike stalls, new motorbikes and bouncy castles all added to the festivities.
The team are currently working on 2018 and will release more information as soon as possible, keep an eye out on our facebook and instagram pages for more information.
The charities sharing £13,500 were;
- Meningitis Now
- Portskewett Good Companions
- Rogiet Parkrun
- Ready Steady Go
- Caldicot RFC
- Wye Gymnastics
- Severn Bridge Parkrun
- Street Life Sarnies (SLS)
- St Johns Cymru Wales
- Ysgol Gymraeg Y Ffin
- Newport Shotokan Karate Club
- Friends Of The Dell Park Chepstow
- Red Robins Nursery
- 2012 Caldicot ATC Squadron
- Durand Primary School
- Bridges Centre (Caerwent)
- The Olive Branch Day Centre
- Caldicot 2nd Scouts
- SARA Beachley
- Caerwent Junior Football Club
- Newport Sea Cadets
- Bluebells Playgroup
- National Association For Bikers With A Disability (NABD)
Below are just a few of the many user-submitted videos to YouTube of Hoggin The Bridge 2017.
Credit: Darren Polak Published on Oct 9, 2017
We have been asked a lot of questions over the past few weeks & months so hopefully will have answered any questions you may have below;
M4 Road closure could cause potential delays for Hoggin The Bridge, Sunday 8th October.
We have included a copy of the route, for those taking part in the ride.
We have also included a map of the route through Caldicot, confirming the ride will take Newport Road, Jubilee Way, Chepstow Road and Church Road.
We hope you all have a safe and enjoyable ride on Sunday 8th October. See you at Caldicot Castle for food, drink, stalls and live entertainment.
With this year’s event just around the corner, we wanted to keep you as fully up to date of everything that is going on during the day, including the best places to watch the bikes through the villages.