The sounds of the 1960s will provide the backdrop to a charity auction at a Ryedale pub this Saturday.
Organiser Angela Saunders has called on the support of The Fleece, Rillington, for the sixties-themed charity do which is raising money and awareness for Hope For Justice, which is campaigning to end human trafficking in the UK, and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
Among the many lots on offer are a bedside table from Shabby Sheep Supplies, tickets to see Matilda the Musical in London’s West End, passes to Flamingo Land, Castle Howard, Eden Camp, The Deep, Scampston Walled Garden, a free MOT from Ganton Garage, fishing trips, a cut throat shave and much more.
Adding to the fun will be a live acoustic set from Serenity, face painting, a raffle and a 1960s Fancy Dress competition.
Angela is organising the evening in support of her dad, David Rockcliffe, to mark the 100 day anniversary of his bone marrow transplant on Wednesday next week.
A party was originally planned for David until he told Angela he did not want to make a fuss about the landmark and would rather have her raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research instead.
Saturday’s festivities will start from 8.30pm.