Organised By: Keech Hospice Care
Event Location: The Conservatory at the Walled Garden on the Luton Hoo Estate, LU1 4LF or register below for online bidding.
Event Address: Please note that this venue is not part of the Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa, there is no entrance to the Walled Garden from Luton Hoo Hotel
Event Type: Auction
Event Time: 7.30pm prompt
Event Date: 11/11/2021
Tonight, is auction night!
Join us for the event of the year via our live stream and watch the master Charles Hanson at work finding our herd their forever homes as we raise vital funds for Keech Hospice Care.
Join us for the event of the year – The Big Trunk Trail live auction. Your chance to own a piece of Luton’s history, a uniquely designed and hand-painted elephant.
Renowned Auctioneer, Charles Hanson will wield the gavel as The Big Trunk Trail’s stunning elephant sculptures take centre stage to raise vital funds for Keech Hospice Care.
Attending the event
We are able to offer a limited number of tickets to the live event. If you wish to purchase a ticket for the event (price £15) please visit our online store. To bid on the night you will need to register your details using our bidder registration form in advance of the auction. Applications for tickets close on Wednesday 10th November.
Bidding for each elephant sculpture will start from £1,000, so be prepared for some competitive bidding!
Join our live auction at 7.30pm prompt and bid from the comfort of your own home. Place your bids in advance or on the night here.
You must register in advance to be able to bid online on the night. Registration for online bidding closes on 10 November
We are also able to accept written commission bids and telephone bids. If you wish to do this, you will need to register your details and maximum bids using our bidder registration form in advance of the auction. Applications for absentee bidding close on Tuesday 9th November.
Final proceeds raised from the live auction will go to Keech Hospice Care. As a charity, Keech cares for children and adults with life-limiting and terminal illnesses and relies on supporters for 70% of the £6 Million it needs each year to keep caring.