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« on: September 30, 2018, 06:38:25 pm »

https://minervasowls.org/auction/

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The Owls of Bath 2018 charity auction will be held at the new Apex Hotel in central Bath and is your chance to own a beautiful Owls of Bath sculpture!

Times - 6.30pm champagne reception, 7.30pm auction, 10.30pm carriages.

Dress - cocktail/suits.

Tickets are £37.50 + VAT and include a champagne reception, tapas-style savoury dishes, trio of desserts, cheese & fruit platter, chocolates, coffee/tea and auction catalogue.  Wine can be pre-ordered for your table. Cash bar also available.
Bonhams is managing the bidding, with telephone and absentee bidding also available .  The auction will also be live online via The Auction Room. To register for online bidding please visit the Auction Room website.

Including https://minervasowls.org/owls/emma/

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Emma the Community Rail Owl has been created to celebrate GWR’s community rail partnership, which involves local communities in their railway through station adoptions, promotions and educational projects. The owl's design marks the 50th anniversary of the devastating flood which swept through Keynsham in 1968. Famous for its fossil ammonites, the Keynsham ArtSpace owl is inspired by the fragility of the planet we live in and the beauty that can be found in water, nature and the abundant diversity of the metals and ores that our planet is made of.

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IsamBIRD Kingdom BrunOWL is the celebration of the famous inventor and engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Apart from the characteristic top hat and tailcoat, the owl shows off some of his constructions. Rita, the artist, loves telling stories with her pictures and she has hidden a myriad of animals and mythical creatures all over the owl to make the learning more fun. Can you match all of Isambird's inventions on the ribbon with paintings on the owl? Can you spot the 10 little owls hiding among the famous landmarks?
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« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2018, 06:44:39 pm »

And ... the Gromit are up for auction this Wednesday - 3rd October.   Sorry for the late notice ...

https://www.grandappeal.org.uk/events/gromit-unleashed-2-auction/
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