150 tractors took to the road for the first Stamford tractor drive, raising £5,000 for R.A.B.I and Evergreen Care Trust.
The 20-mile drive took supporters through the Burghley Estate and the RAF Wittering grounds – land not usually open to the public. The Burghley Estate is home to the 16th century Burghley House, while the Wittering grounds are an active RAF site and the headquarters for the A4 Force.
Event organiser Colin Holwell said: “It went very well. There were a lot of people about on the route showing their support.
“The route was fantastic and all the tractors assembled in front of the control tower at RAF Wittering for a photograph while they were on their way around.”
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