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An array of wondrous items went under the hammer at the second ‘Auction of Hope’

Organized by the Air Ambulance Agribusiness Group, the inaugural auction took place in April last year and raised a staggering £92,450 for charities.

This time around, there are 80 fantastic bundles under the hammer.

The farming community is well known for its generous support of charities, as auctioneer Richard Beattie agrees.

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A pedigree-registered Badgerfaced Texel lamb is just one of the lots to go under the hammer at the Hope Auction

“We are simply blown away by the generosity of farmers, businesses and the local community who have kindly donated 80 exceptional lots for the charity fundraiser,” said Richard.

“There’s something for everyone to win, including farm equipment, tools, purebred lambs, fuel oil, meals, hotel stays and more!”

The auction will take place at Glenpark Estate, Omagh, where Richard will warmly welcome all who join in the evening’s party.

Libby Clarke, who is the driving force behind the event, encourages everyone to get involved.

There are a number of weekends available in the auction, no better way to get into the good books!

Libby said: “Excitement is building for this colorful event, which will see a range of wondrous items fall under the hammer, with auctioneer Richard Beattie on the podium.

“This year the auction will be different.

“While the public can still watch the auction and participate online, they will now also be able to visit the beautiful Glenpark estate, where there will be a marquee for the public to participate in the auction and spend a night. fabulous.

“The auction will be followed by live music and lots of craic!”

There are a number of children’s toys included in the Hope Auction

The auction will be hosted on MartEye, the online auction platform. Pre-registration will be required through the app or on the MartEye website.

You can also bid at ringside at night in Glenpark.

The catalog is now available online via

If you are interested in any of the catalog items or have any questions, please contact Libby Clarke on 07775 584884.

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