Tractor and commercial vehicle enthusiasts are gearing up for Tractor World Autumn, on 6-7 October 2018, at Newbury Showground, Priors Court, Hermitage, Thatcham, Berkshire RG18 9QZ – less than one mile from junction 13 of the M4.

The event will bring together the best in vintage tractors and agricultural machinery, along with stationary engines, scale models, national and regional club displays, classic plant, miniature steam engines, trade stands and a vintage auction, to be conducted by H J Pugh.

There’s a classic commercial show to accompany the tractors during the event, with a ‘drive-in’ day on the Sunday for those that simply wish to turn up and display their classic truck or van without pre-booking.

Themes for this year’s show include classic and modern tractors from 1965-2000 and a Field-Marshall/Marshall tractor gathering, as well as other special displays.

Show organiser Mark Woodward said: “The Blue Force club has now gathered together an almost complete line-up of Fordson F and N models, from an early Ministry of Munitions version to a 1945 model built in the last 10 days of production, and these will be on display at Newbury”.

One of the themes for this year’s show is Field-Marshall and Marshall tractors

It’s also the time to get items booked in for the H J Pugh auction. To enter lots in the Saturday auction, please contact H J Pugh for an entry form on 01531 631122 or visit the website:

Admission prices for Tractor World Autumn have been fixed once more: Adults £10 (£8.50 advance), Weekend £18 (£14 advance) and under 15s are admitted free.

For those that wish to camp on the showground, a weekend camping pass (three nights) for two adults is £55 – or just £45 in advance. Showers and Elsan points are on site. Dogs on leads are welcome. To purchase your advance tickets, tel: 01697 451882 or visit the website.

Look out for a special display of Fordson F and N models. This example was seen at last year’s show and features a Perkins Leopard engine