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Keen interest reported ahead of Cereals charity auction

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Phil Vickery will again be supporting the charity auction at Cereals 2014

The forthcoming charity auction being held at theCereals Event on 11th June in aid of The
Princes Countryside Fund is expected to draw a large crowd with interestalready being shown in
the three exciting lots:
One year lease of a Puma 160 CVX tractor, donated by Case IH
Four Mitas 460 / 70R24 TI22 Tyres (or buyers choice of tyres at same orlower value)
One seasons lease of a 3 metre Claydon Drill seed drill.

The Princes Countryside Fund gives grants to projects that help support thepeople who care for
the countryside to secure a sustainable future for British agriculture and thewider rural economy.
The Fund provides grants with the aim to improve service provision in ruralareas, support rural
enterprise, support farming businesses, and provide training opportunities foryoung people and
educating people about the value of the countryside.

The Cereals auction will be conducted by Cheffins auctioneers, assisted againthis year by former England and British and Irish Lions Rugby captain Phil VickeryMBE, who will present the successful bidders with their winning lots on theCase IH stand (Number H800-8) at 2pm on Wednesday 11th June.

Bidders can also submit a Commission Bid with Cheffins in advance, or registerwith
www.i-bidder.com to place an electronic bid prior to the event or during thelive auction.


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