The fourth Biddenden Tractorfest and Country Fair being held at Beech Lane Field on 20 and 21 August (10am to 5pm on both days) will certainly be bigger and better than ever.
The event is an affordable and fun day out for all the family, with something to please everyone: more than 100 tractors from vintage machines to modern models, classic cars and motorcycles, clay shooting, food and drink, birds of prey, alpacas, Morris men, craft stalls and demonstrations, archery, a ukulele group, Shire horses, and miniature steam engines, horticultural machinery, stationary engines and a fun fair.
There will be a full programme of arena events and also over the two days driving skills will be demonstrated in tractor trailer tests.
In the age of high-speed everything, the event will create an opportunity to glimpse a slower and simpler time and the old-fashioned atmosphere will be appreciated by those who attend.
This year there will be a huge line-up of craft and other stalls, and an increased variety of refreshment outlets will entice the hungry and thirsty.
Biddenden Tractorfest and Country Fair is run solely by volunteers of the Biddenden Entertainment and Social Team and proceeds are distributed to local charities and other organisations.