Owners of old tractors – and possibly some modern ones too – will be enjoying a working day at Moulton Seas End on Sunday.
Paul Beecham, who regularly organises tractor rallies and working days to raise money for a variety of local charities, is behind the event.
It is being held on land behind the Golden Lion in the village, courtesy of Buck’s Farm.
Paul says drivers and enthusiasts will assemble at around 9am for a barbecue, bacon butties “and chat”, before a day of ploughing or cultivation.
He said: “Ninety-nine per cent will be old tractorors, but modern tractors are welcome as well and spectators are also welcome.
“I like working days and every time I get hold of a field I like to organise a working day because other people like them too.”
The charge for taking part in the day, which Paul estimates will end at around 4pm, is £5 per tractor.
All the money raised will go to Moulton Harrox Cricket Club on this occasion.
However, in the past Paul has raised money for Moulton Mill, and various health charities. He has more events planned in the autumn.