This year’s event, organised by Three Shires Honda Owners Club, is expected to raise more than £5,000.Doncaster-born James, who grew up in Kiveton Park, Rotherham, posed for photographs and signed clothing and helmets in Weston Park before delivering the eggs around the wards.Some of the stories feature Toseland, a boy called Tolly for short, and his great-grandmother Mrs. Green Knowe is inhabited by the spirits of people who lived there in ages past, and more than one of the spirits Tolly knows as children later grow into adults.Other supernatural entities in the series include the children's dog, Orlando; demonic tree-spirit, Green Noah (manifesting as a large tree on the grounds of the manor house); and an animated statue of St. Faber and Faber published the first five books, 1954 to 1964. S., Harcourt published them, the first in 1955 and the others within the calendar year of British publication.
The Honda dealership at Martland Mill is donating a helmet which James will sign to raise money and organisers are hoping a bike similar to the one made by the manufacturer which he rode to superbike glory will be on display.
He has also passed, time and time again, Europe's best 500cc and 600cc riders. For a junior rider to take on and beat experienced men like the reigning British 600cc champion, Paul Brown, is little short of sensational.
Motor Cycle News made Toseland their 1997 Young Rider of the Year.
James is a prominent supporter of various charities, running annual events in aid of Sheffield Children’s Hospital and recently penning We’ll Stop At Nothing, the official anthem for the 2017 Special Olympics GB National Games.
He took global motorcycling crowns in 20 and his group Toseland has now released two full-length albums as well as touring the UK and Europe alongside some of the biggest names in music.
That’s when we thought of James because he’s got a varied past and would bring in the motorcycle and music audiences.“His interview with Fraser should be really interesting, he’s got a lot of things in his past and also going forward.“We’ve been putting posters out and so far it has been really well received.