Poppleton Live is pleased to support
an Auction of Promises
in aid of
On Saturday 28 October 2017 at 7.30pm in All Saints Hall, Poppleton there will be a Auction of Promises in aid if Fibrosis and Crohn's Disease.
Individuals and organisations are encouraged to offer lots or 'promises' to be auctioned - these can be physical things - a signed t-shirt, tickets to an event, a cake, that 'old master' cluttering up the attic - or it could be a experience or service - baby sitting, a balloon flight, weekend away, a will writing, a photo session, a day at the races, car wash, dog walk, hosting a meal etc The possibilities are endless!
If you are able to offer something please email Moira at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a some very special lots which deserve a wider circle of potential bidders shown below.
If you can not attend the event on the 28th, please email your best bid to Moira and it will be taken into the bidding process on the night. Moira will contact you if you have been successful.
A day in a recording studio with Richard Digance
January 2018 (Exact data TBA).
Suitable for a solo folk singer or duo, you are invited to spend a day with Richard in his own recording studio in Salisbury and record your own song/songs.
It’s a small friendly studio, designed mainly for acoustic instruments, and this item is ideal for maybe those who have always wanted to but never enjoyed a recording studio experience before.
An afternoon and evening session to record a song or two to professional quality and leave with a CD of your work with Richard playing guitar for you if you so wish.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the session which will last for around 8 to 10 hours. So venture south and have a great musical day out, it could make a nice and unusual Christmas or birthday gift.
A guitar signed by Ralph McTell and Others
Tonewood guitar signed by Ralph McTell, Fairport Convention, Richard Digance, Nick Kershaw, Bob Harris and others
how to find the venue
All Saint Hall
The best way to enter the village is from the A59, just opposite the Park and Ride onto Station Road. Continue over the level crossing and past the Post Office. All Saints Hall is on the right as you get to the village green. There is street parking available in addition to a couple of small car parks.