The 2017 Wilmslow Poppy Appeal was launched on Saturday, 28th October, with the help of members of the Royal British Legion Riders Branch.
About 40 bikers roared into town for the short dedication service which was conducted by Rev. Sandi Fisher of St. Bartholomew's Church.
The service was also attended by Army Cadets, rainbows, standard bearer Eddie Harrison, residents of Wilmslow and Councillor Martin Watkins, Chairman of Wilmslow Town Council.
Two wreaths were laid at the Memorial Garden by the bikers and the Wilmslow branch of the Royal British Legion.
Khumi on behalf of the Wilmslow Branch recited the Kohima Epitaph, which is near to where she comes from and she recently visited the Kohima Cemetery where she laid a wreath on behalf of the RBL.
Khumi said "I hope that - this year being the 100th Year .... we must try and remember the sacrifices made by so many not only from this part of the world from India too where millions came over to fight for the freedom we enjoy today. Personally I would not be living amongst you in Wilmslow and this country."
She added "In recent years there are many more conflicts happening in the world and your generosity during the Poppy Appeal helps these young people and their families who are also veterans.
"The money from the Poppy Appeal helps also some of the 2nd World War veterans in India and overseas. That is why I get involved and am very passionate too!
"Please give generously even more than before."