1:00pm Tuesday 16th April 2013
Hundreds of pounds was raised for charity as more than 20 vehicles took part in the latest Bronte Tractor Run.
They set off from Cross Roads on Sunday morning and followed a route around the Worth Valley.
The event finished at the Bronte Hotel, Haworth, where there was a raffle and a pie and peas supper weas served.
About £450 was raised for Guide Dogs.
Stanley Turner, for the organisers, said: “It was a smaller turnout than normal – some people couldn’t attend because of lambing – but it still went well and everyone enjoyed it.
“We set off in sunshine and finished in rain. I would like to thank everyone who gave their support.”
The next Bronte Tractor Run, on October 13, will be in aid of Manorlands.
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