The great news for tractor enthusiasts everywhere is that the fantastic Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show is back this year!
Vintage enthusiasts will be in for a treat at this year’s Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show, with a number of important anniversary celebrations taking place. Returning to the Newark Showground on November 13th-14th, the two-day event brings together enthusiasts to see hundreds of vintage tractors, commercial vehicles, military and stationary engines from across the UK and Europe.
This year’s celebrations promise to be particularly special, including 75 years of the Grey Fergie (TE-20), 75 years of the Fordson E27N (carried forward from 2020), 60 years of the David Brown 990 and 50 years of the Ford 7000.
There will also be a special, one-off celebration of the 25th anniversary of the ‘Fordson 500’ event, which brought together 1,002 Fordson tractors dating from 1917 to 1966 at Newark Showground back in June 1996. This year’s show is inviting participants from that original line-up to be part of this special gathering.
In addition, there will be a live auction of vintage equipment, an autojumble, plus one of the county’s largest congregations for the annual Service of Remembrance held amidst the vintage tractors – as well as tractor and trailer rides and a display of remote-controlled trucks, tractors and diggers.
To book tickets or enter the show competitions, simply click here newarkvintagetractorshow.com