More than 100 women drive miles on decorated tractors on a journey to raise £1m for a cancer charity.
A convoy involving more than 100 pink festooned tractors has taken place to raise money for breast cancer research.
Since it began in 2004, the event has collected more than £812,000 in aid of the UK’s breast cancer appeal.
This year the Pink Ladies’ appeal hoped to edge closer to the £1m mark.
Organised by Annie Chapman, the annual run wound its way through south Norfolk and north Suffolk on a route which started at Thorpe Abbotts airfield near Diss.
Ms Chapman said: “There’s been a great deal of excitement and anticipation from all the ladies taking part this year, especially the newcomers.