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Ladies Pink Tractor Run takes to the road in hopes of reaching the £1 million mark

PUBLISHED: 13:24 04 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:24 04 July 2018

The convoy of tractors make its way through Harleston in Norfolk during the 15th Annual Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run in aid of Cancer Research UK. Photo: PA Wire/PA Images

The convoy of tractors make its way through Harleston in Norfolk during the 15th Annual Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run in aid of Cancer Research UK. Photo: PA Wire/PA Images

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More than 100 pink tractors took to the roads of South Norfolk to raise money for breast cancer and Cancer Research UK.

Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run. Picture: Stuart AlexanderPink Ladies Tractor Road Run. Picture: Stuart Alexander

The Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run had 118 tractors come out for the ride which saw villages and towns around South Norfolk decorated pink in support.

Organiser Annie Chapman BEM, 76, said: “It was really good but very hot. We had one or two break downs along the way but some of the tractors only come out once or twice a year for the run.

“We don’t know how much we have raised at the moment until all the ladies hand in their money but we just try to raise as much as possible.”

Last year the run raised more than £50,000.

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