AN ILLUMINATED Christmas tractor run will be coming to a Herefordshire town for the first time this week.

The tractor run will see tractors and other vehicles decorated with Christmas lights parading through Leominster on December 2.

The run will set off from Broad Street car park at 6 pm and do two laps of the town following a route through Ridgemoor, Buckfield, Bargates, South Street, the industrial estate, Etnam Street and the town centre.


Over 40 vehicles have already signed up for the event, with more expected to arrive on the day.

Food and drink as well as a raffle will be available at Broad Street car park throughout the night.

Vehicles cost £10 to enter, with proceeds going towards We Are Farming Minds and Local Dementia.

The run has been organised by the mayor of Leominster, Allan Williams, and his wife Anne Williams.

Mrs Williams said that the idea to hold the event came about as there has never been an illuminated Christmas tractor run held in Leominster, and so it was seen to be a unique way to bring festive cheer to the town whilst raising money for the mayor’s chosen charities.