Green Tea Party arts & crafts fundraising auction: closes April 6 at 20.30

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We're raising money for the Green Party with an auction of arts and crafts by makers. Prices range from £5 - £850 with something for everyone!
Our Green Tea Party launch in Presteigne on 21 March gave us a brilliant £500  start to fundraising: now you can bid on-line with Jumblebee till 8.30pm on Easter Monday, April 6.
At least 20 per cent of all money raised goes to the Green Party in North Herefordshire to support their parliamentary and local council election campaigns. The rest goes straight to the makers and to cover auction expenses. The Greens don't have big backers - but over 30 makers have got involved in this auction to lend a hand!
Bids include postage within UK if required unless otherwise stated.
Promoted by Pete Blench, on behalf of Daisy Blench, both of The Folley, Luston, HR6 0BX.
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£ 250
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Flood: Sue Campbell
£ 140
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Tulipa Night Rider: Ruth Kirkby
£ 22
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Lace knitting workshop: Naomi Ocean
£ 800
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Windsor chair: Mike Abbott
£ 12
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Bee Earrings: Sheep Shed
£ 12
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Slate Earrings: Sheep Shed
£ 20
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Lace knitting workshop: Naomi Ocean
£ 40
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Wooden bowl and spoon: Owen Thomas
£ 175
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Dan yr Ogof 1: Antonia Spowers
£ 190
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Butterfly ring garden stake: Claudia Petley
£ 25
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Child's woollen jerkin: Hatty Baggins
£ 50
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Wild boar: Hetty Scott
£ 14
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Oriel Scarf: Alison Ellis
£ 12
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Painted Ladies: Peter R Ellis
£ 150
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Composition for a special occasion: Andrew Morris
£ 25
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Eye opener: Sue Lindsay
£ 32
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Kid mohair scarf: Pauline Burke
£ 25
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Felt sheep handbag Hatty Baggins
£ 60
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Felted daisy bag: Julia Parker Harris
£ 70
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Tawny owl stained glass panel: Rowan McOnegal
£ 60
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Meet the Beetles event: Jenny Stevens
£ 90
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Arabesque I: Bronte Woodruff
£ 6
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Bee Keyring: Sheep Shed
£ 50
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Warthog: Hetty Scott
£ 29
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Candle snuffer: Claudia Petley
£ 15
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Baby's rattle: Mike Abbott
£ 12
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Pot'se: Joy Bishop
£ 400
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March Hares: Tamsin Abbott
£ 90
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Topiary Garden: Veronique Avon
£ 12
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Felt ear rings: Sheep Shed
£ 25
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Bach flower CD set: Andrew Morris
£ 10
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Pot'se: Joy Bishop
£ 20
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Jacobs Felt Hat: Hatty Baggins
£ 60
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Honeybee Jobcentre event: Jenny Stevens
£ 250
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Drought: Sue Campbell
£ 90
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Medieval lemon garden: Veronique Avon
£ 130
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String of garlic: Ruth Kirkby
£ 29
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Candle snuffer: Claudia Petley
£ 5
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Bee Fridge Magnet: Sheep shed
£ 180
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Herbal Medicine Making weekend: Rowan McOnegal
£ 70
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Arabesque III: Bronte Woodruff
£ 320
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Lath-back chair: Mike Abbott
£ 17
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Fruitwood Baby's rattle: Mike Abbott
£ 200
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Solo Piano recital: Andrew Morris
£ 20
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Sock knitting tutuorial: Naomi Ocean
£ 50
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Walrus: Hetty Scott
£ 90
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Hare stained glass panel: Rowan McOnegal
£ 175
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Dan yr Ogof 2: Antonia Spowers
£ 260
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Running fox stained glass panel: Rowan McOnegal
£ 29
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Candle snuffer: Claudia Petley
£ 105
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Solar charging kit for camping: Wind and Sun
£ 130
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Red Kuri Squash: Ruth Kirkby
£ 21
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Evil Above the Stars: Peter R Ellis
£ 18
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"More Rag Rugs & Recycled Textile Projects"
£ 220
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Frond: Paul Shepherd
£ 19
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Fuitwood baby's rattle: Mike Abbott
£ 40
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Candle snuffer: Claudia Petley
£ 60
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Hawthorn Wildlife Web Award Session: Jenny Stevens
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