Prospect Hospice is offering supporters and fans of equestrianism the chance to enjoy a fabulous dining experience and a day among the legends of eventing at Barbury Horse Trials on the 11 July.
The hospice is set to benefit on the Saturday through a special hospitality deal, and you can enjoy a great day. Prospect is inviting people to join them for a delicious two-course summer buffet, including wine, and enjoy watching the biggest names in eventing, and teams led by Zara Phillips and recently retired champion jockey legend AP McCoy take part in a unique challenge between eventers and jockeys.
The experience, priced at just £50, also offers VIP parking. All profits from the lunch experience will go towards Prospect Hospice’s care and support of local people.
To take up this offer, contact Sheryl Crouch at Prospect Hospice email@example.com or call 01793 816161.
Pictured by Racingfotos.com top, AP McCoy bringing Mountain Tunes home at Towcester, his four thousandth winner. Below, eventers will be captained by Zara Phillips against jockeys at the point to point
Gardeners and bakers wanted by Prospect – see below
Open up for Prospect
The hospice is also asking people to open their gardens during the summer as part of its annual Open Gardens event.
“Gardens don’t have to be extensive, but they should have features that would be of interest to visitors,” says community fundraiser Amy Francombe. “I would love to hear from anyone who has an unusual garden, or a garden which has local historical significance, but if you have any garden that people would want to see, then please get in touch.”
You can even limit opening your garden to just your family and friends, according to Amy: “No matter how big or small your garden is you can still raise funds by opening your garden,” she said. “You could host afternoon tea, a live music event or even put on a mini-fete with stalls and games, even turn your annual family barbecue into a fundraiser by asking people to pay for a plate. There are lots of ways to turn your garden into the perfect setting for an enjoyable fundraising event.”
A full list of public Open Garden events will be added to the hospice’s website throughout the summer months. Contact Prospect
Bakeoff for Prospect
For keen bakers Prospect Hospice have a brand new fundraiser in the coming months, The Great Prospect Bake Off.
Bakers are asked to organise their own preliminary bake-offs with friends, family or colleagues, choose their very own Paul and Mary to pick a winner who they can then submit to the finalists’ Bake Off held at Ridgeway School on Sunday 19 July.
Friends and family are welcome to come along to the final to support the bakers and see who will be crowned the 2015 winner. To request your own bake off pack please visit www.prospect-hospice.net/bakeoff