On Friday, August 5, Bleary YFC proudly held its ann-ual Tractor Run in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and club funds with 50/50 profit each way.
The club was delighted to have 120 tractors in attendance, both old and new. A huge thank you must go to the Lilburn family for granting use of its premises to hold the event and to the committee for all its hard work in organising the run.
The Bleary YFC committee would also like to thank all who came along to support the run, whether they were in a tractor or just spectating.
A huge thank you must also go to those who dedicated their evening to come along and photograph the event, especially Colin King, who took some fantastic photos.
For photos of the run you can head to the club’s social media accounts @blearyyoungfarmers
Bleary Young Farmers is honoured to have had another successful Tractor Run this year as it has successfully raised a grand total of £2,135.
Members, therefore, are privileged to present £1,100 to Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity which is close to many of their hearts.
The club would also wish to invite any new members to join at its first night back, which is set to take place on Friday, September 2. Anyone aged between 12-30 will be most welcome, farmer or non-farmer.
The club meetings take place on the first and third Friday of each month in Bleary Farmers’ Hall on the Upper Ballydugan Road, where the club looks forward to seeing many new faces.
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