S&WW Hunt Silent Auction 2016

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Bidding starts on Weds 16th March 2016 at 1pm and closes on Saturday 16th April 2016 at midnight.


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Lot 42
£ 165
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A private tour of the famed Reddish House gardens
Lot 24
£ 30
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A selection of home made bread
Lot 23
£ 90
5
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Romantic night in a Shepherds Hut, Trudoxhill
Lot 17
£ 40
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A large jar of olive oil
Lot 44
£ 120
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A day's National Hunt racing for two
Lot 4
£ 115
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1950s navy blue ladies hunting coat
Lot 19
£ 240
7
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A tour of Newmarket and Art Collection
Lot 45
£ 290
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A day for 2 to watch Somerset at Taunton
Lot 50
£ 160
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A day hunting up front with the S&WW
Lot 33
£ 195
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A lesson with Sam Griffiths
Lot 2
£ 115
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A delicious lasagne for 10 people
Lot 25
£ 70
2
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A Photo Shoot by Up and Coming Photgrapher
Lot 43
£ 35
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A 70cl bottle of home-made 2015 sloe gin
Lot 9
£ 65
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Spend a day hunting with the S&WW
Lot 13
£ 210
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3 nights in London flat 5 minutes from Waterloo
Lot 34
£ 170
2
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A day hunting with the College Valley
Lot 10
£ 115
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A day work experience lambing
Lot 7
£ 90
5
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Fun ride at Kingston Deverill.
Lot 28
£ 70
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Small trailer of logs
Lot 27
£ 95
2
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Venue for Children's Party
Lot 49
£ 260
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A stable tour for 4 people with Colin Tizzard
Lot 1
£ 160
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A privately commissioned botanical watercolour
Lot 46
£ 80
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A jumping lesson with Charlotte Steel
Lot 31
£ 65
2
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Five go on an adventure...
Lot 14
£ 600
6
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Waterfront contemporary house in Noss Mayo, Devon,
Lot 40
£ 450
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2 tickets for a Chelsea home match of your choice
Lot 48
£ 560
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A week helping at Glastonbury Festival
Lot 29
£ 70
6
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Signed copy of 'Taking the Fall' by A.P.McCoy
Lot 39
£ 205
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Work experience on the Fonthill Estate
Lot 8
£ 85
6
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A load of logs delivered to your door
Lot 5
£ 300
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45 minute flight from Compton Abbas
Lot 6
£ 210
7
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A garden tour of Ferne Park
Lot 21
£ 165
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Shooting lesson with Chris Wheatley Hubbard.
Lot 18
£ 180
3
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Two framed paintings by "emerging" equine artist
Lot 35
£ 265
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A week work experience with fashion brand
Lot 11
£ 205
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Clay Pigeon Shooting
Lot 3
£ 105
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Butler and waitresses for a drinks or dinner party
Lot 47
£ 160
5
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Dinner or lunch for 2 at Babington House
Lot 36
£ 170
2
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Morning on the gallops with Hughie Morrison
Lot 26
£ 265
6
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A private visit to The Royal Mews
Lot 38
£ 260
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Accompanied stalk on the Fonthill Estate
Lot 22
£ 140
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Meal for 4 people at the Bull Inn, Hardway, Bruton
Lot 30
£ 100
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A photograph portrait of horse & rider
Lot 37
£ 90
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Half a lamb for the freezer
Lot 20
£ 170
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An Exceptional Day at the Races
Lot 12
£ 525
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Two tickets for the FA cup final
Lot 15
£ 270
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1 week with a leading hospitality design practice
Lot 51
£ 110
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10 pots of homemade marmalade
Lot 41
£ 180
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A drive in a 1969 convertible Aston Martin DB6
Lot 32
£ 110
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Motcombe Ride and Lunch
Lot 16
£ 160
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Decorate a house for Christmas
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