Sun shines on Colyton tractor run

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Mass

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Massey Ferguson at the Colyton Tractor run. Ref mha 22-16SH 7254. Picture: Simon Horn. - Credit: Archant

More than 120 agricultural vehicles take part in the annual event

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Mass

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Massey Ferguson at the Colyton Tractor run. Ref mha 22-16SH 7254. Picture: Simon Horn. - Credit: Archant

Bank holiday sunshine brought bumper crowds to see Colyton’s annual vintage tractor run yesterday (Monday).

A cavalcade of agricultural vehicles set off from the Peace Memorial Playing Field to journey along the Jurassic Coast, passing through Seaton town centre before arriving at their final destination of Branscombe Village Hall.

This year’s event was staged to raise vital funds for Devon Air Ambulance and Devon Freewheelers.

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Mass

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Massey Ferguson at the Colyton Tractor run. Ref mha 22-16SH 7254. Picture: Simon Horn. - Credit: Archant

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Mass

Siblings Seth 13, Isaac twelve and five year old Elijah Stanbury from Membury on their family's Massey Ferguson at the Colyton Tractor run. Ref mha 22-16SH 7254. Picture: Simon Horn. - Credit: Archant


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