TRACTOR buffs have given thousands of pounds to two good causes.
A total of £2,500 was raised at this year's tractor rally around Digley Reservoir in June.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary's Bums 2 Tums appeal were chosen to share the money. The Buns 2 Tums appeal aims to buy a diagnostic camera for the Infirmary.
About 80 farm vehicles, both vintage and modern, took part in the annual 25-mile Pennine Tractor Road Run.
Drivers set off from Marsh Farm at Shepley, before passing through Honley and going across to Digley Reservoir. They then returned to the farm, where a gala was being held.
Drivers travelled from as far afield as Wales to take part.
The cheque presentations were made at Marsh Farm, which is owned by two of the rally organisers, Maxine and Philip Addy.