Tractor drivers gathered at Roydon on Sunday to put their ploughing skills to the test.
The event, held at Roydon Hall Farm, attracted 52 competitors and a crowd of spectators, raising £967 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Organiser Emma Pickering said they had chosen to support the charity in memory of auctioneer Chris Purllant, formerly of Brown and Co’s King’s Lynn office, who died from the disease earlier this month.
Mrs Pickering said: “Thank you to Roydon Hall Farms for letting us use the fields and to all the companies that donated raffle prizes and everyone who turned out to help raise so much money.”
The winners of the six classes were: Peter Dolman (horticultural), Shaun Garrod (vintage trailed), David Curtis (classic), Ray Parcell (international), Paul Beecham (novice) and Peter Carmen (vintage mounted).