Tractor drivers arrived from far and wide to support the Gareth Thomas Memorial Tractor Run on Saturday.

The road run started from Awenfryn Farm, Glanrhyd, near Cardigan, and raised money for the British Heart Foundation as well as the Co-Responder-Cariad charities.

It was organised in memory of Gareth after the popular Cardigan man died at the end of last year.

The first of the 95 tractors headed from the start down to do a loop of the picturesque Ceibwr Bay, then headed over to Newport, from there they headed over the hills and down the Gwaun Valley and then on to Puncheston.

Some breathtaking views would then be had from Mynydd Morvil as the tractors then began their journey back through Cilgwyn and to the finish at the Salutation Inn at Velindre where a welcome meal awaited the drivers after a 30 mile route taking in the scenery of Pembrokeshire.