Organisers of a hugely popular annual wedding awards ceremony, which recognises suppliers and venues' service excellence, have this week announced an exciting opportunity to help fundraise for the York branch of the MS society who are celebrating their 60th anniversary.
The prestigious North of England Wedding Awards (NOEWA) has revealed that it will be hosting a stunning auction as part of their glittering awards ceremony on Monday 19th September at York Racecourse.

The prizes range from a stand at Love Wedding Show (Newcastle Arena), luxury afternoon tea right through to a stunning diamond pendant designed especially for the occasion. People will be asked to dig deep and bid generously to raise as much money as possible! Its organisers, Liz, Tim and Nicola Clark, are delighted with the response from companies wanting to help this worthwhile cause.

The auction will be held at the gala dinner for this year's NOEWA, in which customers show their appreciation by voting for their favourite wedding contributor.
Liz Clark, co-founder of the NOEWA, and publisher of the popular 'The Wedding Guide UK' magazine says:
"The response to this year's wedding awards has been phenomenal already and each year we seem to get bigger and bigger. So it seemed only natural that we create an opportunity where we can give back to help others in our local community. We're very excited!"

For anyone wanting to find out more about some of the prizes on offer and how they could attend the Gala Dinner telephone Liz on 01904 761525 or email Liz and the team at

NOTES TO EDITORS: For further information contact Liz Clark on 01904 761525 or email

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