Ploughing a popular furrow
Gullands Solicitors together with Cranbrook accountants McCabe Ford Williams entertained clients and their families at the annual the Weald of Kent Ploughing Match, held at the end of September.
The match, organised by the Weald of Kent Ploughing Match Association, attracts thousands of visitors and enthusiasts who enjoyed a programme of events including modern, vintage, steam and horse ploughing in various classes, a clay pigeon shoot, a hop competition, a trade machinery parade, a parade of the Bolebrook Beagles, the Warrenby Gundogs, and the Ashford Valley Hunt plus terrier racing. There were also more than 80 trade stands and a farmers market.
Gullands and McCabe Ford William shared a ringside marquee, serving all day breakfasts, afternoon tea and Goachers beer. A terrific day was had by everyone attending, with Paul Burbidge’s vintage tractor, a 1952 David Brown Super Cropmaster, the star of the show.