THERE was an impressive turnout of 61 tractors for the Bradley’s Corner Vintage Tractor Run in Desertmartin. The event was in aid of STEPS (Suicide, Talking, Education, Prevention, Support).
As main organiser Aidrian Cullinan explained: “STEPS is a locally based charity, helping and supporting all those who are suffering from mental health. It is run solely by volunteers, and is a registered charity. Every penny raised and donated goes back into the community to support those in need. It has helped some people locally, and we’re delighted to give them our support.
“I’d like to thank all those who helped out in order to make the day happen. A massive thanks goes to Hugh Luke Bradley for letting us use his venue, and sponsoring the day.
Also thanks to STEPS and the St Colms crew for looking after the registration side, and helping out in general; the marshalls; Sperrin Bakery for their donation of buns and cakes; Seamus Diamond and Churchfield Photography; the Nippy Chippy, Wes with his ice cream van; Jonny Donnelly for the posters; Eefaa and Assumpta Cullinan for their help, and all those who came from wide and far with their tractors, without whom none of this would have been possible.”