Vintage tractor charity rally raises over £800 for CFS Leak sufferers

For the second year running, we also wish to express our gratitude to Neil MacDonald for heading up the Tractor Rally 2018 in Ross-Shire. The fun packed event took place on the 22nd September and raised over £800 for the Association.

Vintage tractor owners put their pride and joy on display for an entry fee of £20 to support the CSF Leak Association.

Rally organiser Neil MacDonald lives next door to CSF Leak sufferer and CSF Leak Association co-founder, David Baldwin. David has endured the symptoms of a cerebrospinal fluid leak for more than four years – which is thought to have been caused by a canoeing accident – and has spent most of that time lying down to alleviate the pain. Neil has been raising funds and awareness of the condition since David was diagnosed.

Thank you, Neil, and also to Ian Rhind for sharing his fabulous photos with us.

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