It all started with a Fordson Standard Tractor in 1984, and has grown to be a wide ranging collection of items, large and small which according to visitors, never fails to please.
Our 4th extension to the premises was completed in autumn 2018 and we continue to plan for the long term .
The educational value that the collection offers is widely acknowledged and we are continuously improving the presentation of the Displays.
Visits over the past 20 years have primarily been from those in their later years who could remember the vehicles, or knowing someone who had.
There have been so many anecdotal stories told and such a wealth of knowledge gained, that the time is right to take a new direction.
The website is a step to reach a younger, wider audience.
Despite the problems we have all experienced in 2020 restoration has continued with a number of additional items on display.e
We will be working to further improve the visitor experience, with particular emphasis on education, which underpins our Registered Charity status.
Schools, Clubs and other Organisations, families and individuals are all welcome.
Unfortunately the pandemic of 2020 has halted progress but hopefully we will get back on track during 2021.