A THREE-day, 153-mile tractor run is being organised as part of Pembrokeshire's year as RWAS 2019 feature county.

Entrants can take part on some or all of the days, however organisers must know which days you intend to enter for catering purposes and also for buses to return drivers to the day’s starting point.

All tractors are welcome and there is no entry fee, however all drivers are asked to complete a sponsor sheet and raise as much sponsorship as possible in advance of the event. The target is at least £50 per tractor.

Lunch will be supplied for each driver every day and fuel (diesel only) will be supplied at the end of days one and two to any tractors that are continuing on the next day. Maximum 50 litres (11 gallons) per tractor per day.

There will also be a service van and recovery vehicle (tractor and low loader trailer) following the run to assist anyone with a problem.

Organisers Hywel Mason, of Mason Bros, said: "We hope lots can join us and take part in what will be a unique event, quite possibly the first of its type in Wales and definitely in Pembrokeshire."


Day 1 – Saturday, May 4 – 58 miles

Leaving Amroth sea front 10am sharp and travelling via Llanteg to Llanfallteg, Llandisillio, Glandy Cross, Llanfyrnach to lunchtime at Drysgol Goch Farm, Llwyndrain – the home of Mr Seimon Thomas, president of the RWAS 2019.

After lunch it's on to Cwmcych, Abercych, Cilgerran, Cardigan, St Dogmaels, Moylgrove, Nevern then at Newport joining the A487 for Fishguard to the secure overnight stop. Here drivers can refuel and catch the bus back to Amroth or drop off at any point en route.

Day 2 – Sunday, May 5 – 53 miles

8am meet bus at Pembroke Dock and travel to Fishguard. Leave at 10am through town centre to Goodwick then A487 to St Davids and A487 to Newgale. Then the coast road to Nolton Haven, Broadhaven, Talbenny, Mullock Bridge and take coast road to Milford Haven.

Then onto Waterston, Llanstadwell, Neyland and over the haven bridge to Pembroke Dock to secure overnight stop and refuel.

Day 3 – Monday, May 6 – 42 miles

Leave Pembroke Dock at 10am and drive to Pembroke Main Street to Maidenwells, Angle Bay, Freshwater West, Castlemartin, Stackpole, Freshwater East, Manorbier, Tenby, Saundersfoot and complete route at Amroth. Totalling 153 miles

For any further information please call Hywel Mason on 07970 249452 or 01834 831653 or email andrea@masonbros.co.uk