Nearly 60 tractors lined up at Coverack Bridges on Friday to take part in an annual tractor road run, and nearly all of them made it to the finish line.

Around 150 people took part in the charity run, either driving a tractor, sitting in a trailer, or in a convoy en route to Porthleven harbour.

The Brian Pascoe Memorial Mid-Summer Charity Tractor Road Run was organised by Bob Eustis, and is organised to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

In total £700 was raised for the worthy cause, and plans are already being drawn up for the next event.

Bob said: "It was brilliant, the evening was very successful.

"It's a charity that's very close to all of the tractor boys hearts because we lost a few members to the disease. One of our members is sick with it now.

"Douglas Trewern is suffering with it and he wasn't well enough to drive his tractor. He's been involved with this run for at least 20 years.

"We had 58 tractors when we left Coverack Bridges, and when we arrived in Porthleven we had 55. Three had small technical issues on route.

"We went around the whole harbour, there was great support from the people of Porthleven who were leaning out their windows and doors to see.

"I'm already looking forward to next year, we will probably have something bigger and better as a bit of a surprise."