On the Hizzy run for £2,000

The 2015 Hizzy Run raised more money than ever, with donations going to Borders General Hospital Macmillan cancer centre and Margaret Kerr Unit.'The annual loop in honour of motorcycle race ace Steve Hislop was dedicated to Dot Haig who passed away earlier this year. Dot, from Jedburgh, felt that the team at the cancer centre 'was like a second family'.'The loop takes motorcyclists from Denholm up to Gifford and Carfraemill, finishing at Denholm. A team of volunteers collecting donations for the centre and unit in Denholm raised �2,000, giving �1,000 to each.'Pictured, from left, Wendy Oliver, Louise Lackie, Judith Smith and Neil Haig.
The 2015 Hizzy Run raised more money than ever, with donations going to Borders General Hospital Macmillan cancer centre and Margaret Kerr Unit.'The annual loop in honour of motorcycle race ace Steve Hislop was dedicated to Dot Haig who passed away earlier this year. Dot, from Jedburgh, felt that the team at the cancer centre 'was like a second family'.'The loop takes motorcyclists from Denholm up to Gifford and Carfraemill, finishing at Denholm. A team of volunteers collecting donations for the centre and unit in Denholm raised �2,000, giving �1,000 to each.'Pictured, from left, Wendy Oliver, Louise Lackie, Judith Smith and Neil Haig.

The 2015 Hizzy Run raised more money than ever, with donations going to Borders General Hospital Macmillan cancer centre and Margaret Kerr Unit.

The annual loop in honour of motorcycle race ace Steve Hislop was dedicated to Dot Haig who passed away earlier this year. Dot, from Jedburgh, felt that the team at the cancer centre “was like a second family”.

The loop takes motorcyclists from Denholm up to Gifford and Carfraemill, finishing at Denholm. A team of volunteers collecting donations for the centre and unit in Denholm raised £2,000, giving £1,000 to each.

Pictured, from left, Wendy Oliver, Louise Lackie, Judith Smith and Neil Haig.