We had a fabulous and diverse range of exhibits in the tractor and horticultural implements section for you to see at the show and thanks go to all for supporting us, travelling from near and far. The presentations were made in the main ring after the tractor parade.

Thanks go to our Judge, Mr. Maurice Craven, for his expert knowledge. Thanks to our sponsors – Simon and Andrea Blyth for presenting the trophies and prize money for the tractors; Yorkshire Mower World for sponsoring the prizes in the horticultural section; Sovereign Agricultural for providing the sandwiches for our exhibitors; and Shepley Spring Water to keep us all hydrated during the day. Your kind support and sponsorship is very much appreciated. Thank you.

Best Overall Exhibit in the Section – The Simon Blyth Trophy

Best overall exhibit in show

Won by Arthur Nasey of Holmfirth with his 1963 International Harvester B275.

Best David Brown – The Eric Hirst Trophy

Best David Brown

Won by David Kendall with his 1947 Cropmaster Vac 10.

Best Restored – The Honley Silver Cup

Best restored

Won by John Carey of Farnley Tyas with his 1949 Field Marshal.


Best Working – Maddison Cup

Best Working

Won by Alan Woodall of Upper Cumberworth with his 1959 Fordson Power Major.


Mick Green of South Elmsall scooped the prizes in the horticultural section with his 1948 Anzani Iron Horse taking 1st prize and 2nd with his 1940s Colwood Garden Cultivator.