Tractor run to be held in Guestwick in aid of Norfolk charities

PUBLISHED: 11:57 05 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:57 05 March 2018

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Picture: Nick Butcher

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A charity tractor run is to be held in the village of Guestwick to raise money for two Norfolk-based charities.

The Guestwick Tractor Run will be held on Sunday, May 27, to raise money for the Fakenham Parkinsons Support Group and the Big C cancer charity.

The event will begin at 10am at Station Farm Barn in Guestwick and there is an entry fee of £11 for each tractor and driver. There will also be a fee of £6 for passengers.

Tractor runs in Norfolk have always proven to be extremely successful in raising money for good causes. Recently, there has been the Boxing Day Charity Road Run in Larling, which last year raised more than £3,000 for Norfolk cancer charity, Star Throwers, and a tractor run in Scratby, Great Yarmouth, raised almost £2,000 for the breast reconstruction support charity, Keeping Abreast.

For more information on the Guestwick event, contact Kevin Roye on 01362 684213.

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