Saturday November 17th. Auction starts at 10.30am with Auctioneer Mr Roddy Llewellyn.
Hill Barn Farm, Great Rollright, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire OX7 5SH
A list of the lots for auction will be available at Wyatts or on line at
To bid you can register in advance of the auction by calling 01608 684835 ext. 2, at the auction preview on Friday November 16th or on the day of the auction. Cash or Card Payment only, collections made by arrangement, deliveries will be charged at the Wyatts normal rate.
Wyatts Tea Room will be open for refreshments from 9am.
Wyatts Garden Centre
Situated in the picturesque Cotswolds at Great Rollright, near the ancient Rollright Stones and few miles from the busy market town of Chipping Norton: Wyatts has much to offer the visitor.
At the heart of this warm and friendly family run business are John and Pat Wyatt. Their shared passion for plants and local produce has seen Wyatts grow from a family dairy farm selling local produce to the popular nursery, plant centre and farm shop and restaurant we see today.
Horticulturalist John Wyatt, supported by garden designer Christine Chittenden, manage the nursery and plant centre. Shop manager Teresa Hewlett, oversees the busy farm shop, well known for supporting local growers and suppliers of cheeses, honey, meat etc and home to Wyatts famous home made ice cream.
The restaurant is open daily for full English breakfast from 9am. Morning coffee, freshly prepared lunches, afternoon tea and delicious home-made cakes.
Wyatts is the ideal place to visit for a huge selection of plants and trees, local produce, garden accessories, books and gifts. There is a play area for the children and is the ideal place for a family get together. No visit is complete without a delicious home-made ice cream.
Shipston Home Nursing
Shipston Home Nursing was launched in June 1997. The idea came about from a district nurse in Shipston called Charlie Wells, whose sister died of cancer in May 1992. Penny Birtwell lived in Cherington with her husband Andy and 2 small children George and Beatrice. She remained at home untill her death with the terrific support of her amazing family and friends. This was her wish and the experience for all concerned was life changing. From this experience, Charlie realised the enormous need for a service “Hospice at Home” to cover our local community. She moved forward with the help of local doctors from the Medical Centre at Shipston and local businessmen and friends. A board of Trustees was created, a Treasurer sourced and a target of £50,000 was set for the first year.
Shipston Home Nursing provides palliative care through its team of professional nurses.
Palliative care is the active, total care of patients whose illness no longer responds to curative treatment and who wish to have the best quality of life for themselves and their families.
Palliative care is now a widely recognised form of specialist medical care, focusing on the control of pain and other symptoms associated with a terminal illness. Above all it endeavours to ease suffering and enhance the quality of life for both patient and family.
In itself, palliative care neither hastens nor postpones death and pays equal attention to meeting the physical, pyschological, social and spiritual aspects of care.
Hospice at Home is provided free by Shipston Home Nursing which is a registered charity administered by a Board of Trustees. It relies on the generosity of those supporting it.
Gifts, legacies, contributions or covenants from patients, relatives, friends and other supporters.
Sponsorship or donations from Trusts and businesses.
Reimbursement of monies from Private Health Insurancies.
Fund-raising activities by local groups and individuals.