THERE is less than a month to go until the Auction of Hope takes place to raise funds for Air Ambulance NI and Cancer Fund for Children.
Excitement is building for this colourful event which will see an array of wonderful items come under the hammer, with auctioneer Richard Beattie in the rostrum.
The event is organised by Air Ambulance NI’s agribusiness group, and will take place on Friday evening, April 8.
Prizes are wide ranging with something for all interests and budgets, including a pedigree registered Badgerface Texel ram lamb, Aberdeen Angus embryos, animal feed, hotel vouchers, meat hampers, sheep shearing, food hampers, family tours of the North Coast and family Kayaking – the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors!
Pre-registration for MartEye will be required through the app and the catalogue will be available over the next few weeks online at MartEye website www.marteye.ie
The auction will be held at Glenpark Estate, Omagh, and a warm welcome is extended to everyone who would like to come and enjoy the craic on the night.
Event organiser Libby Clarke, of the AANI Agribusiness Group, said: “The farming and agricultural community are so generous and we are very grateful for the prizes so far.
“We encourage those who haven’t yet gifted a prize to do so by Friday, March 11, by calling me on 07775 584884 or email email@example.com
“Together let’s raise what we can to help Air Ambulance save lives and help Cancer Fund for Children ensure no child faces cancer alone.”
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