Farmers will be getting festive in Bridgnorth again this December and lighting up the night for a charity tractor run to raise money and support seriously ill local children. 

The Bridgnorth Festive Charity Tractor Run will hit the town and surrounding areas on Sunday 17th December where a convoy of 200 festively illuminated tractors will make their way through Bridgnorth, Quatt, Alveley, Shatterford, Kinver, Enville, Six Ashes and Stanmore in the dark, creating a magical festive scene for families to enjoy.

The event, organised by friends Tom Wellings and Josh Barratt, begins at 5pm and will see a large convoy of Christmas decorated tractors winding their way through High Street, Bridgnorth's Low Town, Quatt, Alveley village, Shatterford, Kingsford Lane and Meddins Lane-Kinver, Enville, Stanmore, and heading back up the Bridgnorth bypass later in the evening.

The event raised an incredible £10,000 for Hope House last year, and this year the proceeds will be split with Macmillan.

A great night

Organiser Tom said: “We would love people to come out and support us and give us some waves and cheers as we pass, and of course make plenty of donations to such an important local charity.

“This has been a great event which has been well supported for a few years and we are glad to be able to raise money for such an important local charity in Hope House again this year.”

Our fundraiser Dawn, said: “We are delighted that Tom and Josh are going to be supporting us again this year with their incredible festive tractor run.

“Without the incredible support of our community and events like this we simply would not be here to offer the care and support serieouly ill local children and their families need.

“We can’t wait to see how amazing the roads around Bridgnorth will look again this year.”

There will be places en route where donations can be made, and the Hope House shop in Bridgnorth will also be accepting donations.

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