RC Baker Christmas tractor run returns

In just its fourth year Barford St Michael’s RC Baker Christmas Tractor Run has already become a firm festive favourite.

By Stuart Prestidge
Tuesday, 17th December 2019, 3:56 pm
Updated Wednesday, 18th December 2019, 9:45 am
The vehicles have to be seen to be believed
The vehicles have to be seen to be believed

This year's event takes place on Thursday, December 19 with the colourfully decorated vehicles leaving the RC Baker headquarters at Spring Hill Farm, Barford St Michael at 5pm.

The convoy will then travel through the villages of South Newington, Milcombe, Bloxham, Milton, Adderbury, Deddington, Hempton and back through Barford St Michael returning to Spring Hill Farm for festive drinks and food.

Last year an incredible 78 agricultural heavy machines, bedecked with fairy-lights, tinsel and other Christmas decorations took part in the tractor run raising money for Katharine House Hospice.

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Since the first Christmas Tractor Run in December 2016, just over £11,000 has been raised for Katharine House Hospice, which is again this year's chosen charity.

For more information visit the RC Baker Tractor Run web page.

To see last year's vehicles visit RC Baker Tractor Run breaks fundraising record.