This weekend saw the Starting Handle Clubs annual show come to Marsham displaying everything from vintage tractors to motorcycles.
The club was started back in 1974 by enthusiasts for vintage machinery, hosting events throughout the UK with most in Norfolk and Suffolk.
The Marsham show, now in it’s second year had a special place for Caister, as it’s former lifeboat tractor was on show to visitors and enthusiasts alike.
The tractor first built in the 1930’s had many years in service, yet after being disused was lovingly restored by Roger Beck of Stalham.
Norfolk has always been famous for it’s agricultural history, an aspect which brings many people to the county each year. The Norfolk countryside has some of the finest green areas in the UK and is a reason thousands of people visit Caister.
It is wonderful to see Caister’s history on show, something that’s sure to bring even more visitors to the wonderful coastal town. Make sure you check out our latest news and events to find out what’s happening in Caister this year.