Saturday 30 July
Help us celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Ferguson TE20 being manufactured in Coventry with a parade and display of 70 Massey Ferguson tractors on Millennium Place!
The day will be filled with exciting activities at the museum. Starting off at 9.45am there will be a special city parade of Massey Ferguson tractors, led by a VIP MF 8700 black tractor. This special tractor will be flying the flag for Coventry - emblazoned with the Coventry crest and City of Culture 2021, the Lord Mayor will also be on board.
70 Massey Ferguson tractors will be parking up on Millennium Place for the day, ready for everyone to enjoy and learn about the power of the tractor and its rich heritage in Coventry. Of course we can't miss out the star of the show, so we'll be wishing the Little Grey Fergie a happy birthday! As well as a cake, there will be a mass celebratory honk and hoot at 11.00am which is sure to be an exciting moment that's not to be missed.
There will be live music at 1.00pm on our village green by West End actor & singer Dave Willetts.
Plan where you're going to be to see the parade here.
Kindly supported by Massey Ferguson and the Friends of Ferguson Heritage.
CTM Patrons Event: The Life of Harry Ferguson (Part of 70 Tractors for 70 Years)
2.30pm – 4.00pm
Join Les Arnold from the Friends of Massey Ferguson for a special talk celebrating the life of Harry Ferguson in the year that we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Little Grey Fergie.
You can book your place here.
Join us for more of our tractor events, to find out more click on the links below...
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