Croesgoch Tractor Run

On Saturday 11th June, 143 tractors took part in the annual Croesgoch Tractor Run in North Pembrokeshire. The popular fundraising event started at the M&S depot in Tresewig, Croesgoch. The cavalcade of vintage and modern tractors travelled through Llandeloy, Hayscastle Cross, Mathry, Trefin and Llanrhian before reaching their final destination, The Sloop in Porthgain.

One man in every eight in Wales will be diagnosed with prostate cancer with the risk increasing to one in every three if there is a family history. Motivated this year to raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cymru, the organisers aimed to raise £5000 for the charity. Thanks to the large number of participants and the widespread support from across the county of Pembrokeshire, the event almost tripled the initial target raising £14,300.

Pictured: Surgeon Neil Fenn receives the cheque on behalf of Prostate Cymru. Also pictured are Croesgoch Tractor Run organisers John & Dot Williams, Meurig & Mary Harries, Stephen & Audrey Phillips and Prostate Cymru’s Brian Harries and John Daniels.

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