THE 3 Amigos and Dollies raised £643 at their annual Easter egg run on Sunday (April 13).

About 350 bikers and trikers, and supporters gathered at ASDA car park, Pembroke Dock, at noon, before riding out to Pendine and back via Kilgetty.

More than 350 Easter eggs were donated on the day. All of the proceeds went to Action for Children which has been supporting the most vulnerable children and young people throughout the UK for 145 years.

There was a raffle and a bucket collection, and coffee, tea and cakes were provided by Action for Children at Pembroke Dock Cricket Club.

The children enjoyed a bouncy castle, face painting, a craft table, and entertainment from Little Melodies and magician David Hitchcott.

It was an extra special day for dolly Susan Moseley, who celebrated her 30th birthday on Sunday. And it did not pass unnoticed - the whole car park sang Happy Birthday to her.

Dolly Ness Moseley said: “We had a fantastic day. The weather was great, everything ran smoothly and everybody had a great day.

“We have got quite a lot of youngsters in our group and they all really pulled out the stops and worked very hard.

“Thanks to everyone who made the day a success.”