Tractors trundle through the county for charity

PUBLISHED: 11:30 28 May 2015

Mr and Mrs Edward Underdown present a cheque for £900 to Anne Long on behalf of Action Duchenne.

Mr and Mrs Edward Underdown present a cheque for £900 to Anne Long on behalf of Action Duchenne.

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Tractor Trundle organisers have thanked all those who took part or contributed.

More than 40 tractors trundled 28 miles through Tipton St John, Sidbury, Southleigh and Farway earlier this month to raise money for charity.

The Honiton Tractor Trundle generated £900 for Action Duchenne, a UK charity dedicated to finding a cure for Duchenne and Becker Muscular Dystrophy, a fatal genetic disorder.

Tractor Trundle organisers have thanked all those who took part or contributed. Special thanks to the land owners for permission to use private tracks and to Mr and Mrs Underdown for their organisation and refreshments, and the marshals for ensuring safety at road junctions.


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