Bidding starts for fantastic prizes donated for Perennial Party auction

With two days to go until the Party for Perennial, some fantastic prizes have been donated for the auction which will take place during Thursday (15th) evening.

The auction is also open to anyone who can't make it to The Roof Gardens on Thursday 15 January. Click on the "Bid Now" buttons on Perennial's online bidding page – where you can make a remote bid which will be part of the auction on the night.

The auction items include: 

  • Three nights' accommodation at the Kasbah Tamadot, near Marrakech (donated by Virgin Limited Edition) The Kasbah Tamadot, is a magical walled hotel complex near Asni, in the High Atlas Mountains.
  • A week's accommodation at the fabulous Chateau de Rochbonne (donated by Catherine Broughton) for you and up to 13 friends.
  • A day's business consultancy with expert Neville Stein (donated by Ovation Business Coaching and Consultancy)
  • A day's photography with Jonathan Ward (donated by Ginger Horticulture)
  • A night's luxury Bed and Breakfast at Hever Castle (donated by Hever Castle and Gardens)
  • An Off-Road Safari Experience at Woburn Safari Park (donated by Woburn Abbey Gardens)
  • A Dress worn by Kim Wilde on "Stars In Their Eyes" (donated by Kim Wilde)

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