A group of 30 residents took a trip to John Cox’s farm on Restdown Rd on Wednesday.ELAINE COONEY December 6, 2012 4:23am
Rochester’s St Vincent de Paul Society took a group of 30 residents on a trip to John Cox’s farm on Restdown Rd on Wednesday.
Vice-president Gavin Houlihan said the trip was to give older people in the community a day out.
He said Mr Cox offered to show residents around his vintage tractor and wagon display.
Visitors saw a display of John Deer, Bulldog, Chamberlain and Case tractors and six settlers’ huts, which dated back to 1871.
Mr Cox said the group had a ‘‘marvellous day’’ and he was pleased to display his vintage vehicles and huts.
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