Ipswich motorbike groups to band together for special send off
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Over 100 motorbikes are set to take to the road tomorrow as they gather to remember an Ipswich woman.
Mother of three, Tina Rose passed away last month after suffering from a brain haemorrhage.
Today bikers from around the local area will help to celebrate her life by forming a cortege.
The event has been organised by Mrs Rose’s son’s partner’s mother Sarah Hutton.
Ms Hutton is a member of the Free Bird motorbike group who will be helping to form a part the morning’s procession.
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Ms Hutton said that Mrs Rose had owned a Harley Davidson herself and that she had thought it would be an appropriate send off for her.
The procession will be leaving GM Taylors on Queen’s Way and making its way along Nacton Road until they reach the Seven Hills Crematorium.
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When they reach the crematorium the motorbikes will rev for Mrs Rose.