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Massey Ferguson Fuels Charity Tractor Run

In a fund-raising trip to support the Young Oncology Unit (YOU) at Manchester’s Christie Hospital, a group of ten enthusiasts is driving a 1955 Ferguson TE20 tractor from John O’Groats to Land’s End.

Massey Ferguson is donating the fuel for this ‘Top to Bottom Tractor Run’ which will see the team call in at the company’s UK offices at Abbey Park Stoneleigh in Warwickshire. Travelling at an average speed of 10-12 mph, the journey is expected to take two weeks to complete.

The event is being co-ordinated by Martin Sullivan who sadly lost his son, Aaron to cancer. “We are a small group of people who have been brought together by unfortunate circumstances,” explains Martin. “We have all been affected, in some way, by cancer and have decided to try and do something positive to help others fight this frightening illness.”

“We are inviting people to join us en route either with their own tractors or by driving our 1954 guest tractor for a stage of the journey,” he says.

Adds Ben Agar, Massey Ferguson Manager Market Services UK and Ireland:  “We wish the team all the best in support of this worthy cause and we look forward to seeing them here at our UK offices on 19 September.”

Top to Toe Tractor Run –  10-23 September 2012.
For more info and to donate, log on to:
www.top-to-bottom-tractor-run.co.uk

 

 

One Response to “Massey Ferguson Fuels Charity Tractor Run”

  • Gavin Pell:

    Well done on your vintage tractor run. We hope that you raised lots of money for a very worth charity. Congratulations from all at used-massey-tractors.com we love to hear about anything Massey (Ferguson) related.