If you’ve been driving along and spotted a giant tractor covered in LED lights, it’s not Santa changing his mode of transport, but Andrew Wilkinson’s display. The light installation, now in its fifth year, was originally in memory of his dad David, who died of cancer, now he raises money for Cancer Research UK in his Memory.
It is made up of thousands of lights and is an impressive sight. Posting to Facebook page The Christmas Tractor he wrote: “Well its another year, this year marks the tractors 5th year, where has that time gone I will never know, never expected this when I first brought that tractor out.”
“So here it is this years Christmas Tractor display for 2021. Dropped the plough off and attached a crop sprayer, based on a Hardi Mega fully mounted sprayer, had to reduce the spray width from 24 to 18 metre (wouldn’t fit in the garden).”
“I want to take this opportunity to a massive thankyou to all my brilliant sponsors this year, the support is fantastic.”
If you’d like to visit the wonderful light display, it can be found in Hayton, East Yorkshire – just outside of Pocklington. You can enter the raffle for just £1, and you can enter as many times as possible. Write your name in the comment box on the Just Giving page and message via the Facebook page for the chance to win a fantastic prize.
They’ve cuurently raised over £6,000 with an aim of £10,000. Every little helps, so why not do your bit and give a little this festive season.
All the money raised goes straight to Cancer Research UK, and you can enter via the link here as many times as you like.
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