Days of Mods inspire Leeds fun day

HAPPY DAYS: Scooters getting revved up outside Bramley Lawn.
HAPPY DAYS: Scooters getting revved up outside Bramley Lawn.
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A social centre is hosting a fun day inspired by scooters of all kinds.

Visitors can enjoy a vintage scooter display and Mod crafts at Bramley Lawn’s community fun day and scooter rally on Saturday September 17.

Other attractions include a scooter obstacle course, crazy golf, scooter decorating, pop-up café, scarecrow making, stalls and games. Activities are suitable for children’s scooters and mobility vehicles.

The event runs from 11am to 4pm at the centre which is next to Rossefield Manor, Bramley.

Fran Graham, manager of Bramley Lawn, said: “We want to bring all generations together for a fun day inspired by the 60s Mods and all who love to scoot.”

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