Music in the Garden

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This auction is in aid of the National Garden Scheme, run as part of our Music in the Garden midsummer party on Friday 21st June. Anyone can place a bid on our silent auction which will close at 8.30pm on Friday 21st June. With plenty of mouth-watering lots on offer, you are in for a treat.  

Please note bids for the live auction can only be taken in person at the event on the 21st June. Click here to buy your tickets.

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Lot 1
£ 450
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Garden design consultation
Lot 2
£ 1,200
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Gaze Burvill Meander love-seat
Lot 3
£ 600
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Lunch & garden tour for 12, at West Woodhay House
Lot 4
£ 250
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Private tour of Kirby House garden, Inkpen
Lot 5
£ 300
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Two places on a Border Lines UK garden tour
Lot 6
£ 260
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Garden tour of Iford manor
Lot 7
£ 900
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A selection of three rare trees from Kew
Lot 8
£ 1,200
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Three fully grown trees of your choice
Lot 9
£ 340
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Private tour: Hardy’s Cottage Plants nursery
Lot 10
£ 2,300
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A perfect getaway for Jane Austen fans
Lot 11
£ 1,650
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One week in a Cornish cottage near Rock
Lot 12
£ 510
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One night stay at Hotel Endsleigh, Dartmoor
Lot 13
£ 435
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Luxury overnight stay at The Vineyard Hotel
Lot 14
£ 250
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Luxury overnight stay at Beaverbrook, Surrey
Lot 15
£ 260
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Take part in the 2019 Vendange
Lot 16
£ 1,000
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Large private box for 20, at Newbury Racecourse
Lot 17
£ 410
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Day on location with photographer Clive Nichols
Lot 18
£ 500
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Champagne hot air balloon flight
Lot 19
£ 525
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Round of Golf for 3 & lunch at Swinley Forest
Lot 20
£ 300
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Lunch and family ticket at London Zoo
Lot 21
£ 339
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A morning on the gallops with Richard Hannon
Lot 22
£ 750
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Stoneware dish by William Plumptre
Lot 23
£ 120
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Earrings by Julia Lloyd George
Lot 24
£ 150
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Pigs in the Garden by Charlotte Bampfylde
Lot 25
£ 340
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Pet portrait commission by Andrew Walworth
Lot 26
£ 120
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Two top price tickets to Opera Holland Park 2019
Lot 27
£ 400
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Three course meal for two at Wiltons, London
Lot 28
£ 185
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Château Brillette, Moulis-en-Médoc, Jeroboams 2000
Lot 29
£ 440
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Case of mixed fine wines
Lot 30
£ 550
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Case of fine wine
Lot 31
£ 200
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Magnum of Domaine Dublere Nuits-Saint-Georges 2013
Lot 32
£ 350
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Basket of luxury beauty products
Lot 33
£ 250
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Vera Wang Wedgwood tea set
Lot 34
£ 220
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Two year subscription to Country Life
Floral blazer, worn by Mary Berry on the Bake Off
A private tour of Tom Stuart-Smith's garden
Grand Tier Box at the Last Night of the Proms
Private tour of Kew Gardens and lunch
One week stay at a luxury chalet in Meribel
Celeste sundial and plinth
Still Life by Jessica Brown
Sarah Price garden consultation & planting plan
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