Tractor run organisers hope to pass £100,000 milestone

Organisers get ready for the annual Beadlam Charity Tractor Run this Sunday (30 April).
Organisers get ready for the annual Beadlam Charity Tractor Run this Sunday (30 April).

Preparations are now being finalised for this year’s Beadlam Charity Tractor Run.

The annual event, which has raised more than £92,000 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, starts near Helmsley at around 9.45am this Sunday (30 April).

The organisers of this extremely successful event, now in its 15th year, are hoping to pass the £100,000 fundraising mark.

A spokesman for the tractor run said: “Come along to Beadlam Grange Farm near Helmsley from 8.45am and see up to 200 tractors depart at 9.45am on the 50-mile run.

“Hopefully, emergency calls and weather permitting, the Yorkshire Air Ambulance helicopter will drop by to lend support.

“You will be able to see tractors passing through Beadlam/Nawton 10am; Fadmoor/Gillamoor 11.10am; Kirkbymoorside led by the town’s brass band 11.45am; Hutton-le-Hole 12.15pm; Lastingham 1.40pm; Cropton 1.55pm; Newton-on-Rawcliffe 2.30pm; Pickering 3pm; Marton 3.45pm; Normanby 3.55pm; Great Edstone 4.05pm; Salton 4.10pm; Wombleton 4.40pm; Harome 4.55pm and back to Beadlam Grange Farm for 5pm.

“All times are approximate.

“If you require any further information regarding the tractor run please contact Bernard Simpson on 01439 771668 or Malc Simpson on 01751 432645, or visit beadlamtractor.co.uk or follow us on Facebook.”