Mpprh Posted November 2, 2011 Share Posted November 2, 2011 Poster : http://the-languedoc-page.com/images/temp108.gif (including details of lunch and venue)Current auction catalogue :1 Offer to pick up and return two people to an address South of the M25 from and to Gatwick airport. (Wendy and David Morgan) 2 One night bed and breakfast near the Eurotunnel Ashford. (David and Diane Reece) X 2 lots 3 One week in a gite situated in a quiet rural hamlet between the Cevennes and the Camargue Coast. Nimes, Montpelier, Avignon and Arles are all within easy driving distance. Fully equipped for a family of 4 with swimming pool and large garden. First week in June 2012. (Ann Willett) 4 7 main meals for 4 from a menu that a talented chef will agree with the purchaser and will be ready prepared for the freezer. ( Liz Coakley) 5 Christmas cake made by and decorated by two brilliant bakers. ( Marian Beavil and Chris Lockwood) 6 Are you expecting a child or grandchild? Celebrate new arrivals among family and friends with a very popular personalised patchwork bunting, which can be hung in the baby’s nursery and brought down to decorate a room for special occasions. X 2 lots (Diane Reece) 7 Curry lunch for 8 on Sunday 15th January 2012 at Crespian (8 separate lots ) to include wine, beer and soft drinks. ( Jim and Gill Pearce) 8 6 hours worth of labouring, gardening or decorating during the Christmas break. (Jim Pearce and Matthew Wason) 9 A flower arrangement for a special event. (Penny Atkins) 10 One day guided bird watching in Petit Carmargue. Maximum 3 people. (Geoff Carefoot) 11 Six hours of property maintenance by a qualified builder but excluding plumbing. (John Smith) 12 An ebook which can be printed out addressed specifically for a child and including pet’s names etc. ( Sue Shannon) 13 A flower arrangement for your home each month for four months. ( Brenda Juntunen) 14 Have your house blessed by an Anglican Priest. (Stafford Low) 15 Eight hours general property or garden maintenance. (Peter Curtis ) 16 One day of fly fishing with coaching on the River Test, Stockbridge. Historically, the River Test is generally regarded as the birthplace of modern fly fishing. The Test is famous for having arguably the best chalk stream trout fishing in the UK. (Gill and Nick White ) 17 Five paintings (to be sold individually). (Maureen Smith) 18 Canapes (hot & cold savoury and sweet) for up to 16 people prepared and delivered to your home for a pre-Christmas drinks party. Menu choices to be agreed with the host. (Ready to serve although some will need to be heated before being served) (Alex Evans) 19 Two tickets for a visit to the Noilly Prat distillery at Marseillan. A tour of the vineyards and a tutored tasting. Forget James Bond and learn how to mix the classic dry martini as designed by a head New York Bartender in 1911. ( The Languedoc Page ) 20 Offer to pick up and return a couple to an address South of the M25 from and to Gatwick airport. (Linda and Clive Winter ) 21 A beautiful handmade bird table as a model of our Church. (Roger and Margaret Coombes ) 22 Transport to Nimes or Montpelier Airport - drop off and pick up- for 2 people local to Sommieres,Quissac, Ales. (Roger and Jo Neal) 23 The Mas De Roux restaurant in Bragassargues has generously donated a meal for 2 people plus overnight accommodation and breakfast in one of their gites to be taken prior to March 2012 (excluding fetes). Bragassargues is a small hamlet near Quissac within easy driving distance of the Cevennes, the Camargue Coast, Nimes and Montpellier. Check out their stunning menus at: http://www.masderoux.com/français/restaurant/nos-menus 24 1 June 2012 week in a 4 bed gite near QuissacBook early to avoid disappointment, Cheques made payable to Eglise Anglicane du Gard and sent to Norma Wiggins 114 Impasse Beauregard, Alés 30100. 0466 524871 Email: [email protected] Closing date 10/11/11Detailed catalogues available from [email protected]Enquiries, commission bids to Jim Pearce on 0466 77 65 01 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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