Berry Pony for Auction to raise money for Hannah's Willberry Wonder Pony

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I'm proud to announce some very exciting news!!

Local up and coming Show-Jumper Olivia March has very kindly donated to us an incredibly rare Berry Pony!!

So everyone can get a chance to be his owner, we've decided on this silent auction and he'll be presented (if possible) at our event in Failand Village Hall, North Somerset on Saturday 8th April by Olivia herself!! An opportunity not to be missed so get bidding!!

In case you don't already know, please read Hannah's story to explain what this is all in aid for

This amazing girl has touched so many hearts, including mine and would be great to raise as much money as possible so her dreams can continue.

£ 2,010
Berry Pony
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