Honiton Tractor Trundle nets £742 for Hospiscare

PUBLISHED: 11:30 18 June 2016 | UPDATED: 08:54 22 June 2016

(L-R) community fundraiser Sharon Ewart, Edward and Cynthia Underdown, and Dean Canniford.

(L-R) community fundraiser Sharon Ewart, Edward and Cynthia Underdown, and Dean Canniford.

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More than 40 tractors trundles 30 miles to and from Honiton to raise funds for the end-of-life charity.

Organisers of this year’s Honiton Tractor Trundle have thanked participants and supporters of the event after £742 was raised. The money will be donated to Hospiscare’s Kings House day centre, based in King Street, Honiton.

More than 40 tractors trundled 30 miles from Honiton towards Dunkeswell, Ashill, Kentisbeare, Broadhembury, Feniton and back to Honiton last month to raise money for the day centre.

The annual fundraiser is organised by Edward and Cynthia Underdown, with the help of Dean Canniford.


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