By Dave Cooper - 16th March 2012 7:08am
Mike Haines and Ralph Warburton have kindly allowed us to have the funds generated from the Lord Combermere quiz night and charity auction on the 27th March for Monique's and my fundraising efforts, and our Lands End to John O'Groats bike ride, in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
I am endeavouring to collect some worthwhile auction items — Des Mullock has kindly offered to prepare and cook a meal for four — and clear up afterwards!
There are two other items that I would like to draw particular attention to, which would appeal to all football fans:
The first is a picture of Geoff Hurst scoring the final goal in the 1966 world cup final signed by Geoff Hurst himself. This comes with an authenticity certificate. The picture is beautifully framed and measures 26" x 22".
The second is a limited edition (58 of 300) signed print of Park Si Jung of Man Utd, and also comes with an authenticity certificate. This framed piece measures 21" x 15".
Please click on the pictures to see them in greater detail. You can also click on the link below the pictures to support our fundraising.
I would like to attach a reserve of £150 on the Hurst picture and £50 on the Park picture.
We invite pre-auction bids from anyone wishing to contact me on 07917 802736 by phone or text. If anyone would like to see the pictures they can contact me on the same.
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