Not on the high street

Twelve tantalising items in this category – and many more in Treats money can’t buy and Perfectly delicious.

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Lot C1: A painting of your pet, garden, home…

Commission renowned Graffham watercolour artist Sue Hill to create a painting of your pet, garden, home, favourite view or whatever.

Value: £200

Winning bid: £275 David Young

Lot C2: Your house in your own artwork

Up-and-coming Graffham artist Izzy Barrett will create a stylised representation of your home, digitally, for you to use however you like – print and frame, add to your letterhead, whatever…

Value: £100

Winning bid: £80 Karin Skanberg

Lot C3: Big bag of logs

A builders’ bulk bag of kiln-dried logs, delivered by local supplier and tree surgeon Nick, of wood-be.co.uk

Value: £90

Winning bid: £110 Will Caldwell

Lot C4: Feed the birds

A fantastic bird table, created from recycled timber by Graffham Crafty Fox Stuart Gerrett.

Value: £90

Winning bid: £50 Jo Morris

LOTS  C5 P, W, B: Baby jumpers

Hand knitted by our very own Jan Brind in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran. Size 3-6 months.  Bid separately for each colour – C5P (pink), C5W (white) and/or C5B (blue).

Value: £15 each jumper

C5P – Winning bid: £20 Sally Blunt

C5W – Winning bid: £20 Daniella White

C5B – Winning bid: £20 Diana Kingsmill

Lot C6: Teapot and mugs

A beautiful teapot with two matching mugs, designed, fashioned and fired in Graffham by our very own potter Joanna Morris.

Value: £100

Winning bid: £70 Elaine Moore

Lot C7: Festive wreath

The perfect Christmas adornment for your front door, fashioned by Graffham’s talented Lucie Haworth. 

Value: £25

Winning bid: £25 Jo Morris

Lot C8: Lovely threaded bowls

A trio to form a beautiful centrepiece for your table, hand stitched by gifted Graffham wedding dress designer Kasia Austin. This photo does not do them justice! See them for real in the Graffham St Giles Christmas Fair raffle and auction display at Graffham Village Shop.

Value: £50

Winning bid: £30 Philippa Sanders

Lot C9: Beautiful bee cushion

This stunning, stitched cushion, on a cotton velour background, 40 cm square,  from Architectural Plants, courtesy of Marie Bracey.

Value: £50

Winning bid: £20 Sue Hill

Lot C10: Hip flask

Perfect for winter days out, this luxurious Harvey Makin stainless steel hip flask, complete with shot cups and funnel.

Value: £20

Winning bid: £10 Anon

Lot C11: Man’s hybrid bike

As-new man’s Apollo Guru hybrid bike, still with some of its delivery stickers.  Lightweight alloy comfort frame, total weight 14.5 kgs.  Front suspension forks.  18 speed Shimano gearing.  Sells online at £185.  Pedalled in by Anna Shawcross.

Value: £185

Winning bid: £77 Will Casey

Click here then scroll down to ‘How it works’ for details on how to bid

Twelve tantalising items in this category – and many more in Treats money can’t buy and Perfectly delicious.