The Christmas Tractor Convoy returns for the fourth year. The popular annual event draws crowds to the streets of Liverpool to watch the spectacle with over 100 Christmas-decorated tractors.
Last year’s event raised more than £75,000 for charity. The event raises vital funds for causes such as Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and Fans Supporting Foodbanks.
Dozens of tractors decked out in sparkling lights will tour the city, spreading holiday cheer and raising critical funds for Alder Hey Children’s Charity.
Last year, hundreds of people gathered to watch the procession of massive vehicles decorated with snowmen, reindeer, and fairy lights.
Local farmer Olly Harrison organised the Tractor Convoy after being inspired by a similar event on the Isle of Man. It will be held in Liverpool for the fourth year, having previously raised £75,000 for Alder Hey.
The Tractor Convoy will pass through on Sunday, December 10. The convoy is expected to leave at 5:15pm and arrive at Alder Hey Hospital at 6pm.
The route for this years convoy is below, and will be leaving TARBOCK at 5.30pm. Arrival time at Alder Hey Hospital will be approx 6.15pm – 6.30pm, and the whole route should be completed by 8pm.
You can make donates on the JustGiving page here.
For updates you can follow Olly Blogs Agricontract on Youtube to follow the convoy and build up to the event including routes and timings.