Land Rover enthusiasts wear outrageous shirts at Ryston Run near Downham Market

The charity Landrover run at Ryston Hall. Pictured are Jamie Tuckwell and his son Jack (7). Picture:

The charity Landrover run at Ryston Hall. Pictured are Jamie Tuckwell and his son Jack (7). Picture: Ian Burt

Land Rover enthusiasts donned outrageous shirts as part of the annual Ryston Land Rover Run.

The troupe started at Ryston Hall near Downham Market and wound their way through places including West Dereham, Nordelph, Outwell, Upwell and Welney.

Farm worker Philip Shipp and Steve Gutteridge organised the event, which saw a prize awarded for the most outrageous shirt. Mr Shipp said: 'The funniest thing we were really worried about was if someone came up and said 'I like your shirt' and was serious.'

Proceeds will go to St Michael's Church and Dementia UK.


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