North Meath Vintage Tractor Club Ferguson Twenty run

On Sunday North Meath Vintage Tractor Club held their Ferguson Twenty road run in aid of Alzheimer’s Day Centre, Whistlemount Navan.

More than 40 tractors took part for a run of 25 miles starting from Cathal Usher’s residence at Cookstown, Kells, and stopping for the halfway break at Martry Mill by the kind invitation of James Tallon.

James gave a guided tour and talk on the history of the Mill, which has been in his family for four generations since 1859.

The Mill is recorded on the census since 1641.

A big thank-you to the Tallon family.

The North Meath Vintage Tractor Club wish to thank the Cathal and Vivian Usher and family for hosting the event and for the lovely tea and refreshments served to the tractor drivers and to all who supported in any way.

James Tallon, Martry Mill, and Cathal Usher, Cookstown, Kells, organiser of the road run in aid of the Alzheimer Society of Ireland.
Seamus Cahill, Kingsmountain, Michael Tighe, Clonmellon, and Mathew Cahill, Kingsmountain at the Ferguson Twenty run last Sunday.