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Norfolk Ploughing Society’s rescheduled charity match at Attlebridge will go ahead on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 12:20 02 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:20 02 February 2018

The Norfolk Ploughing Society has rescheduled its charity match at Attlebridge. Picture: Ian Burt

The Norfolk Ploughing Society has rescheduled its charity match at Attlebridge. Picture: Ian Burt

A charity ploughing day near Norwich which was postponed last month due to bad weather is due to finally go ahead this weekend.

Norfolk Ploughing Society will hold its rescheduled event in a field at Attlebridge, postcode NR9 5TF, on Sunday February 4 from 10am.

After previous cancellations due to the wet conditions of the land, organisers are now confident the event will go ahead.

It will raise money for the “blood bikes” of Serv Norfolk, a charity run by local volunteers which transports blood, plasma, samples, vaccines, and other urgently-needed medical items to hospitals.

Jacqueline Thompson from the ploughing society said: “This is our last money raiser for this charity and we would like to make it a good one . we have been raising money for Serv Norfolk throughout the year and will be presenting them with a cheque at our AGM in March.”

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