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A COUNTY company took a specially commissioned pink tractor from Hereford to London all in the name of love.

Tyrrells drove the romantically painted Massey Ferguson to meet with Leominster MP Bill Wiggin in the heart of Westminster.

Its arrival marked the donation of 10 per cent of profits from sales of its Lovely Chips to Breast Cancer Haven, which has an office in Hereford.

The tractor left Hereford early in the morning with Geoff Plant and Cath Henley of Tyrrells heading down to the London Breast Cancer Haven office.

They made a short detour to deliver a sack of crisps to Mr Wiggin outside the House of Commons.

The tractor’s five-hour trip – partly on the back of a trailer – was followed by hundreds of people on Twitter and Facebook.