Couple Suzanne and Tony Smith harvested a hugely successful £4,656 through their annual vintage rally, featuring both vintage and modern tractors, cars and motorbikes. Proceeds will be split between CLIC Sargent and the Salisbury Hospice.
Located at the Udder Farm Shop, the couple were joined by local businesses, craftsmen, artists and motor enthusiasts to show off their talents and products.
Also enjoyed by both adults and children were a tombola, children’s entertainment and games, and the CLIC Sargent stand which provided a very popular raffle.
The event also saw a 20 mile tractor rally, with local farmers and tractor enthusiasts taking their beloved machines out with a people trailer, loaded with around 30 spectators.
A wonderful day
Suzanne Smith, organiser of the event, said: “The wet weather before show day was a worry but thankfully the day itself was wonderful and was really worth all the hard work.
"The event is covered by sponsorship so that every penny donated on the day goes to our chosen charities.
“Tony and I would like to thank each and every person for coming to support our event this year as without their generosity we couldn't raise the money.
"We are so pleased that this year was our best ever and we look forward to breaking that record next year."
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Joy Morley said: “We are so grateful to Suzanne and her family for organising this event. It was such a lovely day and great to be a part of.
“I would also like to thank Lisa and Emily Heenan who volunteered for CLIC Sargent on the day."