Former England Rugby Captain to Attend The Prince’s Countryside Fund Charity Auction

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Cheffin’s are hosting the Cereals 2014 charity auction in aid of The Prince’s Countryside Fund and it is set to draw some large crowds due to the guest appearance of former England rugby Captain, Phil Vickery.

Phil Vickery will be there to present the successful bidders with their winning lots on the Case IH stand (Number H800-8) at 14.00 on Wednesday 11th June.

The three lots that are up for auction to raise money for The Prince’s Countryside Fund are four Mitas 460 / 70R24 TI22 Tyres, one season’s lease of a 3 metre Claydon Drill seed drill and a one year lease of a 160 Puma tracto, donated by Case IH .

The Prince’s Countryside Fund gives grants to projects that help support the people who care for the countryside to secure a sustainable future for British agriculture and the wider rural economy. The fund provides grants with the aim to improve service provision in rural areas, support rural enterprise, support farming businesses, and provide training opportunities for young people an educating people about the value of the countryside.

Phil Vickery at Cheffins

You will be also be able to bid live online at this auction by visiting:

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