The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund is offering parents the chance of giving a magical present this Christmas, inviting online bids for a visit to the Harry Potter film set.

The winning parent and child will go behind-the-scenes and and meet the stars, visiting the set in London during filming.

The auction for the Harry Potter experience will close on 18 December at 4pm, and all of the proceeds from the winning bids will go directly to the Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund.

“It’s a rare and fantastic opportunity — and there’s only one item up for grabs,” explained Rosemary Lang, fund coordinator for the Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund.

The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund was established in 1988 in memory of Mark Davies, who tragically died following a fall at Burghley. It is dedicated to helping injured riders by providing practical, legal and moral support, and offering advice on safety issues.

The charity is auctioning a series of money-can’t-buy experiences and items as part of its 21st Anniversary Poundcatcher campaign.

The campaign, which involves a number of fundraisers, aims to raise at least one pound per rider, to ensure that is can continue to support and help all injured riders in genuine need.

For more details, visit www.mdirf.co.uk