The popular Tractor World Spring show is set to return to the Three Counties Showground, in Malvern, on May 21st-22nd. Don’t miss it!
This busy spring event is back with all the old favourites occupying all of the halls at the Three Counties Showground, plus an extended outdoor display space designed to take advantage of the warmer, May weather.
The Nuffield and Leyland Tractor Club will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year at the show and, on the stand, visitors will be able to enjoy a marvellous collection of Nuffields, Leylands and Harvest Gold Marshalls – sure to be a big attraction for enthusiasts of those marques.
A TVO-powered Nuffield M4 – the second off the production line – has been stripped and completely rebuilt by David Aylward and his experienced team of engineers, and the club is intending to present the tractor to the public at approximately 10am on the first day of the show.
In addition, the only Nuffield 4/65 hydrostatic prototype, which has been rebuilt by Trevor Clark, will also be on display.
You can also expect to find the traditional HJ Pugh & Co. Saturday auction, all eras of tractors and machinery, regional and national club stands, plus classic commercials, steam engines, stationary engines, garden and horticultural displays, model dioramas and lots of trade stands, both indoors and outside.
A new feature for this year’s Tractor World Spring is the Sunday classic car show, but more new features will be announced as they are confirmed. For more information and event updates, please visit the website at: tractorworldshows.co.uk, or call Mark Woodward on 01697 451882.
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