May guitar to be auctioned for Secret World Wildlife Centre
electric guitar signed by Brian May, who rose to fame as the lead
guitarist of the rock band Queen, is to be auctioned for a charity
near Burnham-On-Sea later this month.
World Wildlife Rescue is holding its 13th annual charity auction
and ball at the Webbington Hotel in Loxton on Saturday 28th November
when the guitar will be up for grabs to the highest bidder.
founder Pauline Kidner told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We were
donated a guitar and one of our talented volunteers, April Dunnett,
has painted the frets with badgers, deer, foxes and many other
is very supportive of our work especially with badgers and we
were so pleased when he agreed to sign it for us!"
bids will be accepted for the guitar up to 12 noon on Friday 27th
November, but those who want to be sure of winning the guitar
need to be at the auction.
evening is themed as a haunted castle and features a 10 piece
band, Area 52. Tickets cost £40 and include a three course
meal, casino, main auction, silent auction and dance. Broomsticks
must be parked by 6.30pm as its a full nights entertainment!
will be over 100 items in the silent auction, and the 12 items
in the main auction also include a chance to be in the audience
in The One Show as well as a tour around the BBC; a chance to
spend a day with Simon King OBE and visit his Wild Meadows where
so many cameras capture the secrets of the countryside; and even
the opportunity to Be a Vet for the Day.