The World Land Trust (WLT) will be hosting an entertaining fund-raising evening at The Cut in Halesworth, Suffolk, with 20 auction lots to suit every pocket.
Items on offer include a day inside WLT offices in Halesworth, with an exclusive look inside our work, meeting the staff and a member from one of our overseas partner organisations. We will have 10 bags of llama dung, for use directly on your garden and guaranteed to make your garden grow. Sir David Attenborough has signed a copy of his book and we also have a Christmas Hamper, restaurant meal, and a signed wildlife painting by Bruce Pearson. Local auctioneer Nicholas Rudge will preside over the evening, which will include live entertainment, as well as a silent auction and raffle.
View the Charity Auction Catalogue and Itinerary
After the Event
Thanks to great support from local people and businesses, the World land Trust (WLT) raised almost £1,500 at the Charity Auction held in Halesworth, Suffolk where our office is based. All funds will support urgent conservation work – saving some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on Earth.
Local auctioneer Nicholas Rudge stirred up the excitement; keen gardeners competed for the most unusual lot of the evening, 10 bags of Lama’s dung, while great prices were fetched for lunch at the award-winning Leaping Hare restaurant and a Biodiversity Tour of Westminster.
Organising the auction were WLT’s two new interns, Golku Hamedi and Annelies Nieuwenhuis. The experience gave them an insight into what is involved in successfully raising funds for conservation. Thanks to their hard work the event was a great success and we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who supported it.