Cornish Tractor Pullers

Cornish Tractor Pullers

The Cornish Tractor Pullers are a non-competitive tractor pulling club. The roots of the Cornish Tractor Pullers go back to Morval Rally in 2009.

Members provide displays at local agricultural shows, steam & vintage rallies, and at larger events further afield with tractor pulling enthusiasts from across the country. The Cornish Tractor Pullers provide displays at a wide range of events - from local vintage rallies - to joining tractor pullers from across the country at Great Dorset Steam Fair. Two tractor pulling enthusiasts, Ian Wilton &

Operating as usual

09/11/2021

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Here is your chance to win 3 nights camping and entry to Boconnoc Steam Fair 2022 for a family of up to 2 adults and 3 Children.

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Closing date will be Monday 20th December one name will be picked at random to find our lucky winner. Please note that just adding your name to this post will not work, you must like and share our actual page to win, not this post. Good luck everyone and Thank you!

08/11/2021

Get ready Team Steam! 🚂🚂🚂

11/09/2021

Blimey! Where did that time go? Lanlivery, September 2019.
Who’d have ever thought that it would be our last full vintage rally weekend for 2 years! The world’s certainly a different place now. Roll on 2022… 🚜💨

04/07/2021

Dynamic duo! Ian Wilton with “Edna”, his original condition 1957 Fordson Major Diesel and Wes Thompson with his restored 1960 live drive Fordson Power Major.
NCMRC 2021.

04/07/2021

Another new driver over the NCMRC 2021 weekend was Lisa Francis. Here’s her very first pull driving Black Pearl, with Terry Doidge in the passenger seat.

03/07/2021

The view from the sledge 2… Ian Wilton with Mr Dweebs.
NCMRC 2021
Video courtesy of A. Wills

03/07/2021

The view from the sledge… Mark Miller with Old Faithful
NCMRC 2021
Video courtesy of A Wills

02/07/2021

Here’s the who’s who of the Cornish Tractor Pullers at the North Cornwall Motor Racing Club weekend… sadly our only event for 2021. It was good to get back out on the track after 21 months of waiting. A huge thank you goes to the committee at NCMRC for making this event happen and to C W Brown Agricultural Contractors for the pull back tractor.

25/06/2021

ERF EC10 Black Pearl warming up for this weekend at North Cornwall Motor Racing Club!
Public pulling sessions start at 10am tomorrow.

09/04/2021

😢 The postponed 2021 Boconnoc Steam Fair has now been cancelled 😢

03/03/2021

😢 Lanlivery 2021 has now been cancelled too. 😢

23/02/2021

GDSF 2021 has been cancelled 😞

31/01/2021

Boconnoc Rally 2021 has been moved from July to September (COVID restrictions permitting)

23/01/2021

Another of our regular May events have very understandably now cancelled for 2021. Who would have ever thought it this time last year. 😔 Stay safe out there folks.

25/12/2020
07/06/2020

For sale in Cornwall... if interested pm seller direct.

Cluch pressure plate and flywheel from early fordson jcb some wear collection only from fraddon cornwall
£150

11/05/2020

So that’s confirmation from the last event left on our calendar. The Somerset Steam & Country Show 2020 is off. 😔
Stay safe out there folks!
We want to see you all again next year. 🚜 💨

27/04/2020

Great Dorset Steam Fair

Sad days 😔 GDSF for 2020 is off...

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE- GDSF 2020 POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
Dear All
Following a further review by the Great Dorset Steam Fair Board of Directors, it is with much regret and sadness that I have to announce that the 52nd Great Dorset Steam Fair will no longer be taking place this year and will be postponed until 2021 (Thursday 26th to Bank Holiday Monday 30th August 2021).
We have been closely monitoring the unprecedented Coronavirus situation over the past few weeks and have explored all options. However, it has become increasingly evident that it would be both irresponsible and unfeasible to continue with the event this year, during these uncertain and challenging times.
This difficult decision has not been taken lightly, however, the safety and wellbeing of our visitors, exhibitors, traders, staff and contractors is always our primary concern, combined with the effect to the local area, towns, parishes and residents.
We are also very conscious of the impact that the event would have on the NHS, emergency services and local authority, they are doing an amazing job and we do not want to unnecessarily stretch their resources any further.
We offer our sincere apologies to all involved and I can assure you that we at the GDSF are equally as disheartened and disappointed. However, this is the right thing to do. Over the past 51 years we have managed to run the event in difficult circumstances and during sometimes impossible weather conditions, but the current situation is simply beyond our control.
For those of you who have already booked their tickets and/or camping in advance for the 2020 event, these bookings will remain valid for the re-scheduled 52nd event in 2021, this will happen automatically. Alternatively, should you prefer a refund for the 2020 show, please contact us at [email protected]. quoting your Order Number and we will arrange this as soon as possible.
We were so looking forward to welcoming you all to this year’s show but sadly it is not meant to be. I would like to take this opportunity of personally thanking you all for your continued support of the GDSF and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2021. Keep safe everyone and look after yourselves.
In the words of our Queen “we will meet again”.
Kind regards
Martin Oliver, Managing Director, Great Dorset Steam Fair Ltd

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Videos (show all)

Dynamic duo! Ian Wilton with “Edna”, his original condition 1957 Fordson Major Diesel and Wes Thompson with his restored...
Another new driver over the NCMRC 2021 weekend was Lisa Francis. Here’s her very first pull driving Black Pearl, with Te...
The view from the sledge 2… Ian Wilton with Mr Dweebs.NCMRC 2021Video courtesy of A. Wills
The view from the sledge… Mark Miller with Old FaithfulNCMRC 2021Video courtesy of A Wills
Here’s another classic vintage tractor trying out the sledge at NCMRC 2021.This is Wes Thompson with his 1960 live drive...
“Edna” is Ian Wilton’s 1957 original Fordson Major Diesel… all 46bhp! Here demonstrating why the strength of these littl...
Here’s the who’s who of the Cornish Tractor Pullers at the North Cornwall Motor Racing Club weekend… sadly our only even...
GDSF 2019 Dorset puller Norman Young with “Hot Pot”
GDSF 2019 Jake Wilton with “Road Runner”
GDSF 2019 Robert Jones & “Taz”
GDSF 2019 It ain't 'alf hot mum!!!Slap Quickfall with "Road Scrap" on Saturday evening at Great Dorset Steam Fair. She's...
Load number one - all four on board in under 2 minutes!Boconnoc 2018

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