OVER 200 participants turned up for a special Christmas-themed charity tractor run in East Cork today.
Organisers of the Glanmire-Watergrasshill Charity Run were blown away by the turnout for the event.
Over €2,800 has been raised for Pieta House so far - not counting what was collected in the donation buckets that were provided today.
"It was excellent. We're delighted with it and the turnout was crazy," said organiser Adam Dunne.
"There were parents out with kids and they were loving it. It was lovely to see."
All of the tractors and truck owners taking part decorated their vehicles with lights and other festive decorations.
Tea and coffee were also available for those lining the route.
All of the proceeds raised will go directly to Pieta House and organisers are hoping to maybe make the run an annual event.
Donations will be accepted via iDonate until January 4.
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