Freemasons on the road for some famed fish and chips

The Northumberland Chapter of the Widows Sons Motorcycle Club had their monthly ride and dine meeting at Harbour View restaurant in Seaton Sluice.
The Northumberland Chapter of the Widows Sons Motorcycle Club had their monthly ride and dine meeting at Harbour View restaurant in Seaton Sluice.

A group of charitable motorcyclists stopped off for some tea and a natter at an award-winning chippy.

The Harbour View restaurant, in Seaton Sluice, was the unusual meeting place for 40 Northumberland Motorcycling Freemasons.

The Northumberland Chapter of the Widows Sons Motorcycle Club had their monthly ride and dine meeting and all enjoyed the restaurant’s famed giant fish and chips

The group raise money for charitable causes including Ashington-based Chris Tait who is climbing Kilimanjaro for Josie’s Dragonfly Trust.

Manager Waseem Mir said: “It was great having the Widows Sons and all of their motorbikes at Harbour View.

“We’re glad to host any other clubs or organisations who want to hold a meeting and enjoy Fish and chips at the same time. They had a whale of a time.”