A charity dedicated to the promotion of sustainable, resilient moorlands is urging potential bidders to register for its annual charity auction.

The Heather Trust auction runs from 5 April to the 21 April and the organisation says the catalogue has a wide range of lots to suit a variety of interests and budgets.

Heather Trust director Katrina Candy said: “There are excellent opportunities to bag yourself superb holidays such as a luxury adventure trip to Iceland to really immerse yourself in the country’s untamed beauty including (hopefully) the northern lights, or four nights in an opulent palazzo apartment in Venice. We have also been given an incredible opportunity for four people to go on safari in Botswana with celebrated wildlife artist Ashley Boon.

“Of course, alongside the foreign adventures, we have home-grown sporting Lots across the UK, from hind stalking in Easter Ross to roe stalking in Northumberland – and plenty of fishing in between.

“And we have some real money-can’t-buy donations like original works of art, signed books and a superb Hunt it-Cook it-Eat it experience in the North Pennines.

“These Lots are all mixed in with fine wines, Gaelic gins, books, clays pigeon shooting, golf outings, daffodil bulbs and, of course, heather seed. It’s such an eclectic mix, you really must have a look.”

The dynamic auction catalogue is being updated with new entries right up until the auction go-live date of Friday 5th April but it can be viewed now as well as registering to bid. Bidding is then live right through to Sunday, April 21.

You can register to bid here