Motorists on Craven's roads on Saturday evening may well have been surprised to see enormous tractors festooned in fairy lights - and all in a good cause.

More than £20,000 has been raised - so far - by Lothersdale Agricultural Discussion Group's annual Rudolph Run tractor run on Saturday.

Around 170 festively decorated tractors took part with this year's event starting in Otley and finishing once again in Skipton.

The Northern Farmer: Skipton High Street lit up by tractors

The procession of tractors set off at around 6 pm near Cross Green in Otley, travelling 25 miles through South Craven before finishing in Skipton High Street some two hours later.

The Northern Farmer: Crowds met the Rudolph Run in Skipton

Those to benefit this year will be Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The Northern Farmer: Skipton High Street, packed to see the tractor run

To donate, find Lothersdale Agricultural Discussion Group on Facebook.

The Northern Farmer: The Rudolph Run makes its way down Skipton High Street