We are pleased to confirm that all members of the David Brown Tractor Club who have a tractor manufactured before 1960 are licenced to mix, or have mixed on their behalf, heavy oil / kerosene for use in their vehicle.
David Brown Tractor Club are proud to announce that they are hosting an open day on the 21st July 2019 in aid of the Yorkshire air ambulance.
We would like to invite members and friends to bring along their tractors, all makes all models, classic cars and other interesting vehicles.
A food van will also be in attendance.
The Yorkshire Air ambulance is a rapid response air emergency service and they serve a population of approximately 5 million people across 4 million acres. Their two Air Ambulances operate from The Nostell Priory Estate near Wakefield and RAF Topcliffe near Thirsk, and together both Air Ambulances cover the whole of the region.
Come along to the David Brown Museum in Meltham and see the amazing work that the Yorkshire Air Ambulance does and support a fantastic charity
We request that all vehicles in attendance are insured
Durker Roods the former home of Sir David Brown are now taking bookings if you would like to stay over. To benefit from a reduced rate please quote David Brown Tractor Club when booking.
We are looking for pictures of your tractors for the 2020 calendar, ideally the photos need to have been taken from a camera and not a mobile phone to ensure good quality, the best 12 will be used.
The DBTC Museum is well worth a visit to see the club’s growing collection of tractors, machinery, memorabilia and archive material. Take the opportunity to peruse the Club Shop, simply ask advice or just talk to like-minded David Brown tractor enthusiasts.
Please note: all the opening times are Sundays. The times are 10am to 3pm and the address is Spinksmire Mill, Meltham, HD9 4AN. For further details of the auctions or club meetings, please contact the club secretary.
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