Auction of Promises

27 May, 2015 | Uncategorized

There has been an amazing offer of promises for our Auction which is to take place on Friday 29th May 2015 at 6.30pm at St Therese of Lisieux Primary School.

We wish to thank all of the kind offers of promises so far.

The promises made include:

A return taxi for a local night out on a Friday or Saturday that is valid for 6 months
£30 Pizza Express voucher valid for 6 months
A freshly baked lemon drizzle cake and a hummingbird cake

(Jamie Oliver)

A beauty hamper (to be shown on the night)
An arrangement of flowers
A return taxi ride within 30 miles whilst Christine and Tim baby-sit the kids. The kids will have a choice of DVD and a bag of sweets
A freshly baked corned beef pie, mince and onion pie and a pan of homemade soup
A round of golf (4 ball) at Wynyard or Rockliffe Hall donated by LFF Glamal Ltd
A facial involving cleanse, tone and moisture using Oriflame products

(Natural Swedish Cosmetics) Royal Velvet Range (Mini-pamper range)

A one hour beginners driving lesson with an approved instructor
Cut and blow dry from mobile hairdresser worth £25

(as modelled by Irene Lewis!)

Home baking including large cake, small cakes, scones and quiche
25 cake pops for a kids party. These can be coated with white or milk chocolate and decorated with stars.
One or Two tickets for a Boro match with return travel
A gelish manicure at your home
A P.C tuning service (for the less techy amongst us)
Bowling tickets for a family of four
A case of wine
A home made tray of rocky road (with Baileys added in!)
To provide information, advice and guidance to a year 12 student with their preparation and writing of their UCAS personal statement
Homemade bread with sweet potato/butternut squash soup for two
A taxi service
Pre MOT vehicle check
A home made ultimate chocolate cake (Merry Berry)
18 home made muffins in 3 flavours including blueberry and carrot
Afternoon tea at Judges for up to 4 people. Transport is also provided with the option for the organiser to attend if this is necessary.
Taxi service one evening for a journey within a 25 mile radius
A home made afternoon tea hamper for two.
Set of two Dartington Stemless wine glasses
Comprehensive health screening examination with written analysis of results and advice.
Cleaning of your car both inside and out
A hand made paper cake to use to put party goodies in. Really good for treats. (24)
Case of wine
2 home made pizzas with your choice of topping to be delivered to your home
Cinema tickets for a family of four people to attend
Round of golf for 2 at Romanby with our own special star presenter as caddy – David Smith
Homemade chocolate cookies
Photography – photos taken by Hollie Smith

Please share this with your friends and relatives. If you are not able to attend but would like to bid on a promise please email your bids to [email protected] we will inform you if you have been successful or not!

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