The Treehouse Silent Auction is now closed. We raised a huge £3500, thank you to everyone who supported us with bidding and pledges!!
Do you dream of simpler times? Leave the iPhone at home and be wafted back to the roaring twenties. Your own trusty chauffeur, Thomas, will collect you in a vintage Rolls Royce and put himself at your disposal. The pledge entitles the recipient to be dropped off and collected from a local venue of their choice or to simply go for a relaxed countryside drive. As is to be expected Thomas will be separated from you by a dividing screen which will both ensure a socially distanced experience and stop him from spreading your salacious stories with the rest of the downstairs staff. Please note that due to the age of the car there are only seat belts for two rear seat passengers.
Brightwell Vineyard tour for 2, Bells Whisky, Napoleon Brandy, Vodka, Port, Orange Blossom Gin, A bottle of Brightwell wine – Crispin Dry White, Amwell Springs beer, Bombay Bramble Gin, bottle of Prosecco and more…
The pledge entitles the recipient to a local, year old, slow-grown, grass-fed, free-range lamb, cut ready for the freezer. The lamb will be available from May 2021.
Photo taken by Giuseppe Morlando in Cholsey
A homemade Indian meal for 6 delivered to your door within a 5 mile radius of Wallingford on a mutually convenient date. Will include at least 3 main dishes
(meat and veggie,) sides, rice and bread.
A Turkey and Pigs in Blankets (Mr and Mrs Parks' Family Butchers), Potatoes and Veg, Homemade Christmas Cake, Homemade 2lb Christmas Pudding, Homemade 6 deep filled Mince Pies, A Nordic Fir Christmas Tree, Box of Tree decorations, Fabric Advent Calendar, 4 handmade fabric stockings and a box of Christmas crackers.
Glamping overnight stay in Watlington for four people on any weekday night (not bank holiday Mondays).
The 6 metre spacious tent is provided with a small log burner stove, a dreamy king size bed and two single beds with linen, pillows and duvet. Outdoor seating and firepit/BBQs come with each of our tents. A small supply of cutlery, pots and pans are available for your stay.
Blessed to have no light pollution at night, get breath taking views of the night sky, with a provided a telescope it will make the viewing that little bit more interesting and special! Stunning country side walks close by as well. What more could you want?
Family bundle photo shoot – www.life-uncut.com
Fun, relaxed and natural family shoot in Oxfordshire. Take advantage of beautiful autumn colours on an outdoors socially distanced family photoshoot.
Entry to Blenheim Palace Park and Gardens for 4 –(valid until February 2021)
Toy Subscription from Whirli (£50 toy subscription)
A Local produce Hamper sourced within a 25mile radius – Local wine, cheese, vintage terra-cotta pot of planted narcissi bulbs, chocolates, local Avanti restaurant meal vouchers (£40), 2 x 6” homemade cakes and more.
Up by Lowbury Hill on the Berkshire Downs as the sun sets at the end of a late summers days. The towers of Didcot Power Station emerge as small, purple/grey features below the crops of corn and wheat.
A stunning piece of Art from local artist Anna Dillon framed in white wood and ready to hang. If you wish to view any art work in person please do contact us and we can display the art work in the school window for you to come and view - unfortunately we cannot allow visitors in the school at the moment due to our Covid Risk Assessment.
Star Gazey Pie and Circular Flock Print
2 stunning pieces of Art from local artist Nicky Cooney. If you wish to view any art work in person please do contact us and we can display the art work in the school window for you to come and view - unfortunately we cannot allow visitors in the school at the moment due to our Covid Risk Assessment.
1 Large pieces of Art from local artist Nicky Cooney as well as 2 small framed '3 fishes and star' If you wish to view any art work in person please do contact us and we can display the art work in the school window for you to come and view - unfortunately we cannot allow visitors in the school at the moment due to our Covid Risk Assessment.
Ian Lewington has been watching and drawing birds for as long as he can remember. His fascination was kindled at the age of five when his father began taking him on nature walks in the Berkshire countryside close to his home. As he became more familiar with the species he saw the diversity of birdlife, subtleties of plumage variation and the unending learning curve of birding captured his imagination. Encouraged by his elder brother Richard, an illustrator
British Birds Bird Illustrator of the Year 1985
Richard Richardson awards 1985
This stunning print was painted in gouache. It is A4 in size plus a white mount making it 12 x 16 inches
(30.5 x 40.5 cms).