Charity Auction – Children in Need!
Win a Herbert Woods boating holiday!
We’re auctioning a 3-night weekend or 4-night mid-week holiday on the Norfolk Broads in March 2019, on-board the stunning Sovereign Light cruiser!
All monies raised will be donated to Children In Need and help make a difference in children’s lives across the UK.
Simply comment with your bid amount on our facebook post and the highest bid received by midnight on Friday 16th November will win this fantastic holiday worth over £1000!
Good luck and get bidding!
OUR CURRENT HIGHEST BIDDER OF £600 IS J. INDGE
Terms and Conditions
All bids are final and cannot be retracted
The prize includes the boat hire, fuel and boat insurance waiver
Travel, expenses, subsistence and any personal insurances are not included
A refundable additional security deposit of £300.00 is payable for single sex or non-family groups.
The auction is open to UK residents aged 18 and over
The winning bidder is the person with the highest bid at midnight on Friday 16th November 2018
You must be able to take the holiday on any Friday for a 3 night break during March 2019 or on any Monday for a 4 night break during March 2019
The winning bidder must confirm the date of choice as above within 7 days.
The winner will be emailed details of the holiday and requirements relating to the due payment of the bid fee which is payable by 4th January 2019.
Herbert Woods will collect the payment from the bidder and issue to Children In Need and provide proof of transfer.
If you bid and do not meet the criteria, Herbert Woods will award the holiday to the next highest bidder.
If we are unable to contact you within 7 days, Herbert Woods will award the holiday to the next highest bidder.
Only the initial and surname will be released of the winner which will be published on our website page at www.herbertwoods.co.uk/cin
Employees and members of their immediate family are not eligible to bid.
Herbert Woods does not accept any liability for any loss, damage, claim or costs howsoever arising from or incurred wholly or partly by participation in the auction.
The decision of the winner by Herbert Woods is final