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Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Owners of Land Rover products are being urged to join in a celebration of farming past in north Norfolk.
The Ingworth Trosh event is held each year with the aim to keep traditional farming methods alive.
The event includes old-time ploughing and harvesting demonstrations and a display of modern machines to show how things have changed in a farmers life time.
One of the organisers, Richard King, said: “I try and get a few Land Rover products each year and this year we hope to make this a bigger part of the show and I am asking for anyone with a Land Rover, new or old with a badge on the bonnet, to join us on the field to show how the Land Rover has evolved since 1948.
“Any Land Rover is welcome as it is so a part of our recent farming past and still is today, so a showing of a good number at Ingworth would be a quite fitting display.
“I do also have a 1950 and a 1987 Land Rover I use for work most days.”
The Land Rover entries are free to enter and the money raised from the event on September 9 will go to local organisations around Ingworth.
● For more information ring Mr King on 01263 768077 or 07760 304145 or email email@example.com.