Groups share �2,500 after Colyton vintage tractor run
The RNLI and the Royal British Legion each receive �1,200 after record-breaking rally
ORGANISERS of Colyton’s vintage tractor run have ploughed more money into worthy causes.
This year’s event was another record breaker and enabled them to give away some �2,500.
The two main beneficiaries - the RNLI and the Royal British Legion – were presented with cheques for �1,200 each.
The money was handed over at a ceremony at the Colyton Peace Memorial Playing Fields with Wendy Cummins receiving it on behalf of the lifeboats and Ralph Cox collecting the cheque for the RBL.
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Other groups to receive donations included the St John Ambulance and Southleigh Church, in recognition of their on-going support for the run.
This year saw 115 tractors take part, with the Rt Rev Bob Evens, Bishop of Crediton, at the wheel of one of the historic vehicles.
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