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Special Online Charity Auction, Many prizes including Lessons with Olympic stars

NPDH Starry-Night-Auction

Hickstead Director Hosts Charity Auction

A chance to bid for Lessons with Olympic riders, and other fabulous prizes in a charity auction organised by Hickstead’s Daisy Bunn.

Hurry as auction ends on the 10th December 2014!

Hickstead Director Daisy Bunn has organised a special Christmas carol concert and charity auction to raise money in aid of research into NPDH (New Persistent Daily Headache), a cause very close to her heart.

The charity auction include some remarkable prizes, including lessons with top riders such as reigning Equestrian.com Hickstead Derby winner Trevor Breen, Nick Skelton, Tina Cook, Shane Breen and Dane Rawlins. There’s also a meet and greet with Carl Hester and Richard Davison; a VIP trip to Hickstead, tickets to leading equestrian events and lots, lots more, including amazing goodies for those less equine-inclined, such as designer shoes, minibreaks in the UK and in France, signed books, experience days and lots of other items – many of which would make brilliant Christmas presents.

CLICK HERE for the NDPH auction

The special charity auction and Christmas carol concert organised by Hickstead Director Daisy Bunn is in aid of research into NPDH (New Persistent Daily Headache), a disorder that Daisy Bunn suffered from for a number of years. Daisy has been able to resume her life and return to her photography business, which she runs alongside her Director’s duties at Hickstead, and now she hopes to raise funds to help other NPDH sufferers.

“I am lucky enough to have been symptom-free from NDPH for more than a year, but every day I think of all those who are still living with it, if indeed you can really call it ‘living’, as it is a life governed and usurped by pain,” says Daisy.

“All monies raised through the carol service, raffle and auction will go to providing pain psychology treatment for a number of patients who can’t afford it. We really do have the chance to give some patients and their families a little bit of hope this Christmas,” Daisy adds.

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