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Ross-shire tractor run set to illuminate these seven different local communities for good cause


By Iona M.J. MacDonald

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Young Farmers centenary tractor run travels through Watten on its way to Wick. A similar event to the Tractor Run taking place in Ross-shire on December 30. Picture: DGS
Young Farmers centenary tractor run travels through Watten on its way to Wick. A similar event to the Tractor Run taking place in Ross-shire on December 30. Picture: DGS

An illuminated charity tractor run is set to brighten up multiple towns across Ross-shire as they prepare to enter the new year, this Saturday (December 30).

This year’s Illuminated Charity Tractor Run for Christmas 2023 was jointly organised by the Rotary Clubs of Inverness Riverside and Dingwall in Association with InverRoss Young Farmers.

The tractor run begins at 5pm at the Dingwall Mart, then travels across to Maryburgh for 5.15pm, through Conon Bridge, and across to Muir of Ord at 5.30pm, before arriving in Beauly for 5.40pm.

Then, the tractor run will take to the Black Isle Showground from 6–7pm, before heading to Tore for 7.15pm, and finally arriving in the Inverness Caledonian Thistle car park from 7.35–9pm.

Chosen charities for the event are RSABI: Supporting People in Scottish Agriculture; Farmstrong Scotland and Young Lives vs Cancer.

To donate, visit www. invernessriversiderotary.com/tractorrun

For more information about the event, contact Alan Smurthwaite on alan.camperdown@btinternet.com

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