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Win dazzling prizes in the Glitter Ball online auction

Win dazzling prizes in the Glitter Ball online auction

An array of incredible prizes are up for grabs as Martin House Children’s Hospice launches its online Glitter Ball auction.

The Glitter Ball is our flagship event and the most sparkling in the calendar. In 2022 we raised an incredible £175,000 and £50,000 of this was from the online auction. It would be incredible to see the same generosity again this year.

There are over 50 amazing prizes on offer in the online auction, which runs until the Glitter Ball event at Rudding Park, Harrogate, on Friday 5 May.

There truly is something for everyone among the lavish lots, ranging from a princess cut solitaire diamond ring, two tickets to see Peter Kay at Leeds Arena with overnight stay, to a year’s supply of Yorkshire puddings!

Maddie Bentley, events fundraising manager at Martin House, said: “Some of these lots are real money can’t buy experiences which have been created just for us. If you’re a sports fan you’re in for a treat as there are two hospitality tickets for England versus Ireland at Headingley with an overnight stay, a signed Manchester City shirt, and two VIP tickets to Harrogate Town Football Club including pre-match hospitality available.

“You don’t even need to attend the Glitter Ball to bid on these prizes, and there’s such a wide range of things on offer that you won’t be disappointed, just visit and place your bid.”

Other auction prizes include tickets to shows like Frozen the Musical at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. If that’s not your wheelhouse, why not try your chances of winning an indulgent Rudding Park spa stay with luxury lodge, or win a MacBook for your latest hit of tech.

As well as the auction lots, there is an online prize draw to win a three-night stay for up to eight guests at a luxurious holiday cottage at Swinton Estate near Masham. It includes a one-hour falconry experience and a fantastic culinary feast.

Martin House provides free care for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions from across West, North and East Yorkshire. It supports the whole family, with planned stays at the hospice, care at home and support in hospital, and provides a range of services including symptom control, emergency care, end of life care and bereavement support.

Maddie added: “Each year, we’re overwhelmed by people’s support and generosity for our work. We’d like to thank everyone who has donated a prize to the auction, it means 100% of the money raised will go towards supporting children, young people and their families when they need us most.”

You can see all the lots on offer, place your bids and enter the online prize draw at