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Tractor World 2024: bigger, better and earlier!

Posted by Chris Graham on 30th January 2024

We preview the enormous and very popular Tractor World Show which returns to the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, next month.

Showcasing everything tractor, truck and trading related, the two-day extravaganza takes place on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th February, 2024, and this year sees even more exhibitors, trade stands, displays and bargains than ever before.

Brand new features for this year’s show include an exhibition of model tractors and engines, plus specialist suppliers stocking everything the at-home modeller could desire. Also, a large brand-new trade area will boast a fantastic selection of new tractors and farm machinery from leading manufacturers.

Tractor World

The Tractor World Show returns to the Three Counties Showground in Malvern on 24th-25th February.

As always, the show fills all three large exhibition halls and outdoor areas with hundreds of exhibits of vintage, veteran and classic tractors, stationary engines, classic commercials, vans, classic JCB displays, Land Rovers and vintage vehicles, historic farm machinery and agricultural heritage displays.

For fans of all things farming, the renowned agricultural auctioneers HJ Pugh & Co will be presiding over Saturday’s auction with more than 1,500 lots expected including over 100 tractors, while Sunday sees the return of the popular Classic Commercials Drive-In Day. There’s still time to join in, see website for details.

Tractor World

This year sees even more exhibitors, trade stands, displays and bargains than ever before.

Open 9am-5pm Saturday and 9am-3pm Sunday, you’ll be spoiled for choice with a wide range of regional and national club stands and displays, trade stalls, model and toy retailers, tools and garage equipment, tyres, workwear, clothing, books and gifts. There’s also a wide range of vintage horticultural and gardening equipment, including classic and modern ride-on mowers.

The Three Counties Showground has two heated restaurants, a coffee lounge, numerous outdoor catering stands, plus a cash machine for when unplanned temptation strikes! It’s easy to find with brown signs from all major routes. Free admission for children under 15, free parking, disabled, coach and camping facilities. Dogs on leads welcome in all areas.

HJ Pugh & Co will be presiding over Saturday’s auction, with more than 1,500 lots expected.

So, get the date in your diary and grab your tickets at www.tractorworldshow.co.uk

 

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