The black tie evening will treat guests to a three course meal of delicious Scottish produce, much of which will have been produced by RHET volunteer farmers and will be expertly prepared by the chef from Saltire Hospitality, entertainment from farmer, comedian and compere Jim Smith, as well as music and pipers, and last but not least, live and silent auctions with dozens of unique and exciting prizes and experiences. There will also be a few additional surprises on the night!
The auction, in particular, will be a showstopper, including a number of ‘money can’t buy’ items such as ‘Curly Sue’ the Highland Cow, made by Kev Paxton at ArtFe which travelled around Scotland with George Lawrie on the RHET Tractor Run this summer. Individuals or businesses able to contribute prizes or support the event through gifts in kind, sponsorship or goodie bag donations are encouraged to get in touch as soon as possible.
From January 2020, auction lots will be available to view online and you can place bids (including proxy bids for the event if you are unable to attend). Our auctioneer will be selling some exceptional experiences and goods live on the night, keep an eye on our social media for more information.
We are also still seeking auction prizes and other commercial support to help with our fundraising goals and so if you have anything you can contribute, I should be delighted to hear from you. Everything we raise will be used across the entire RHET national network. If you have anything you could offer, please get in touch.
In the meantime, please click this link to purchase tickets https://www.jumblebee.co.uk/RHETGALA21
We look forward to welcoming you to this wonderful event, to help raise much needed funds for RHET to continue, build on, and expand it’s important work. If you have any queries, please email email@example.com
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