Thorne and District Agricultural Society will hold its 19th annual charity ploughing match this weekend.
Ploughmen from far and wide will be competing over two days with a chance for spectators to see both modern tractors and ploughing techniques, and those from a bygone era.
Matches will take place on land off Stainforth Road near the rail crossing at Barnby Dun on Saturday (4 March), and on land adjoining HMP Lindholme off the A614 Bawtry Road on Sunday (5 March).
A spokesperson for the society said: “Ploughmen are coming from as far afield as Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Mann to compete, each ploughing their best half acre between 10am and 2pm each day.
“In addition to this, there will be vintage tractors and four pairs of horses ploughing in full decoration and livery. This year also sees the event hosting the Five Nations Vintage Championships, a chance to see classic and modern tractors competing from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Southern Ireland”.
Entry for spectators is £2.50 per person. All proceeds from entry being donated to local charities, with previous matches having raised over £12,000 for a variety of causes.