A tractor covered in fairy lights and decorations to raise money for charity at Christmas has been delighting young festive farming fans.

The KFS Christmas Tractor visited the Windrush Inn in Witney raising vital funds for Katharine House Hospice. 

The tractor has been visiting towns and villages in and around West Oxfordshire in the build up to the big day.

Katharine House Hospice provides specialist palliative care for adults with life-limiting conditions.

Their amazing team supports the patient and their loved ones too, ensuring that every moment matters. 

Last year the tractor tour, organised by Chipping Norton's KFS machinery dealership, raised over £1500 for Katharine House and they would like to beat that total this year. 

On Saturday December 17, the tractor will be part of a festive convoy of decorated tractors driven by the farming community that tours Bloxham, Adderbury and villages around Banbury.

To donate £5 please text KFSTRACTOR 5 to 70085 or donate online please visit: 




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This story was written by Miranda Norris, she joined the team in 2021 and covers news across Oxfordshire as well as news from Witney.

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