A tour of the House of Commons, a drinks and canapés party for ten and a boat for the day on the Broads are all on offer at an auction of promises to raise vital funds for a primary school.
The auction has been organised by the Friends of Pulham Primary School (FOPPS).
It will raise money for a new public address system for use during assemblies and other events and a set of African drums for the children to play.
A wide range of lots are available, also including seven nights in a local farmhouse, a party planning service, fishing trip, chimney sweeping, baking and babysitting.
The evening will be hosted by TW Gaze auctioneer Mike Sarson and held at the Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary on Friday October 11.
Bex Pottruff, event organiser and a FOPPS member, said: “We are really excited about the auction, which will give people the chance help our charity by bidding for a variety of fabulous lots.
“We are extremely grateful to everyone who has donated to the auction.
“An excellent range of prizes are on offer, many of which would make unique Christmas gifts.
“It promises to be a fantastic evening and we’d love to see as many people there as possible.”
Simone Goddard, headteacher at Pulham Primary School, said: “We are very grateful for the support we receive from our Friends, who actively fundraise for additional items which make a real difference to our pupils.”
The auction begins at 7.30pm with bidding starting at 8pm.
A bar will be available all night.