Tractor club still ploughing on after 10 years

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The North Bucks Vintage Tractor Club is marking its 10th anniversary next month and will be donating money to charities in celebration.

When the club, based at Newport Pagnell FC, was first formed, its initial membership was around 60, but it has now grown to over 170 – one of the highest in the UK.

And in its 10 years, the club has raised more than £15,000 for the BOB Air Ambulance, the intensive care unit at Milton Keynes Hospital, Macmillan Cancer Support and Willen Hospice.

The club raises money by holding road runs, vintage ploughing matches and raffles at its monthly meetings at the football club premises, and will this year be donating £500 to each of the four charities at its celebratory AGM on October 16.