Oak Award Silent Auction for ORC

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The Organic Research Centre's Fundraising Event at Yeo Valley on 25th October 2018 features the Organic Trade Board's Oak Award for Outstanding Organic Contribution. As part of the event, we are holding a silent auction of items donated by supporters. ORC is registered as Charity - Progressive Farming Trust Ltd. - No. 281276. All proceeds will go to support our work developing, communicating and promoting sustainable food and farming systems based on organic/agroecological approaches - for better farming, food and health. Close.
£ 270
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Lunch for 4 at Goodwood
£ 190
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Organic hamper
£ 310
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Oil painting Chailey Common Birch - Sasha Turnbull
£ 105
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Three meal recipe box from Riverford
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