Scratby to Martham tractor run in aid of Keeping Abreast

PUBLISHED: 17:29 13 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:32 13 November 2017

Philip and Lynn Page, from Pages Farm, Scratby.
Picture courtesy of Carol Beckett

Philip and Lynn Page, from Pages Farm, Scratby. Picture courtesy of Carol Beckett


Tractor drivers are being urged to get revved up for a rally in aid of a good cause.

Philip Page, who farms near Scratby, is organising a tractor run on Sunday, November 19, to raise funds for breast cancer reconstruction support charity Keeping Abreast.

The vehicles will meet at Pages Farm, in Scratby Road (NR29 3NL), at 10am and leave at 10.30am before travelling in convoy through Caister, Ormesby Green, Filby, Fleggburgh, Martham Green, West Somerton, Winterton, Hemsby and then back to Scratby.

Some tractors will have buckets on the front for donations and the public are encouraged to watch the rally pass through their village and give support for the cause.

Anyone wishing to take part with their tractor should contact Mr Page by calling 07799 455373 or emailing

Registration is open until Friday, November 17, and costs £10 per tractor.

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