Epic Journey on Vintage 1954 David Brown Has started

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Epic Journey on Vintage 1954 David Brown Has started

Post by admin » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:29 am

Tom Pepper will take on this epic trip From John O'Groats to Lands End in memory of his uncle who passed away from cancer a few years ago.

His uncle competed in many ploughing matches and this particular tractor was one of three he had over time for competing

With his nan being diagnosed with cancer a few months ago and himself being hospitalised with a serious heart condition, he became aware of how people around him pulled together for support and he would like to see if he can get the farming community to pull together to do the same to help tackle something that affects so many of us.

The challenge begins on April 20 2019. Tom hopes he can complete the 1,000 mile trip in eight days and is aiming to raise £5,000

All of this is to help to raise money for Cancer Research UK and you can find the donation page here...

https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/1000miles

To follow his progress and see photos its on the website www.dbtc.co.uk

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Re: Epic Journey on Vintage 1954 David Brown Has started

Post by Ian » Thu Apr 18, 2019 9:30 am

I met up with Tom shortly before he crossed the border between Scotland and England on Tuesday I must of spent about 40 mins talking to him about tractors and things in general I hope oldred and Tom complete the trip for a worthy cause

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Re: Epic Journey on Vintage 1954 David Brown Has started

Post by admin » Thu Apr 18, 2019 5:37 pm

He's actually coming to the DBTC Museum tonight here in meltham and staying at Durker Roods which was the home of David Brown, I will say hi from you, hopefully get some pictures for the website and Facebook

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