An auction aims to raise more than £30,000 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of a life-saving charity, the Cornwall Air Ambulance.
More than 100 lots have been generously donated for the event with all proceeds going to support the Cornwall Air Ambulance.
Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly were the first area in the UK to be served by its own air ambulance. The charity was established in 1987 and since then more than 26,000 missions have been flown.
160 guests will attend the auction night, which is already fully booked, at Scorrier House in early April when the lots will be going under local auctioneer Philip Martin’s hammer.
However, the bidding is already open to everyone with pre-auction bids actively encouraged ahead of the event.
The full list of the auction items available and details on how submit advance bids for the ‘30 for 30 Auction’ can be found by clicking here
Advance bids must be submitted by Wednesday 22nd March.
Zoe was joined on the Phone by Jonathan McCulloch who is organising the event on Monday's Morning Show. Will also spoke to Sam Guy who represents the Cornwall Air Ambulance on Scilly with his wife Jan. You can hear both interviews below.