PVRI Auction

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Raising funds for the Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute (PVRI). This auction will be completed at the Gala Dinner being held at the Foundling Museum, London on 19th April 2016.  A few items  (marked with a *) will be auctioned live on the night but you can submit a proxy bid, the highest amount that you are prepared to pay.  If the items does not attain your proxy bid, you will win it at the increment above the highest bid received on the night.  Online bidding will remain open until 10.30 pm on the 19th.

Pulmonary hypertension is high blood pressure in the lungs.  This puts pressure on the heart and eventually results in heart failure.  There is currently no cure for this fatal disease but recent research has led to improved therapies and a cure is the ultimate goal of the PVRI.  For more information, please see www.pvri.info

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£ 165
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Tour of House of Commons + tea on the Terrace*
£ 35
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1950s Photo Shoot for 2
£ 200
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An Aerobatic Flight.
£ 145
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Half a Pig
£ 160
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Climb the O2
£ 400
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Private Tour of Westminster Abbey*
£ 135
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A London Taxi for a Day
£ 160
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Recording Studio Session
£ 210
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Street Photography Course in London
£ 105
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Professional Video of an Event
£ 170
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Tour of London from the Thames by Rib for Two
£ 220
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Garden Design Service
£ 195
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A Great Triple Package for Garden Lovers
£ 165
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Private Clairvoyant Reading
£ 140
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Rally Driving
£ 50
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River Bugging in Perthshire for two
£ 305
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Wing Walking
£ 55
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Learn Dinghy Sailing
£ 100
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Junior Helicopter Flight and Lesson
£ 100
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A First Year Baby Photo Plan
£ 50
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Wildlife Photography Lesson
£ 145
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A Polypin of Beer
£ 100
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Stained Glass Making
£ 450
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Murder Mystery and Steam Train Weekend
£ 100
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Sail on Lake Windemere
£ 415
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A Day's Sailing in The Solent*
£ 160
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Drive a Chieftain Tank
£ 170
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Commemorative RHS Planters
£ 420
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A Chelsea house for 3 nights*
£ 260
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WHO Hits 50 - Personally signed by Rogerand Pete*
£ 210
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Learn to Be a TV Presenter
£ 2,500
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Fly in a Spitfire*
£ 330
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Tiger Moth Flight*
£ 75
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Vintage Dressmaking Workshop
£ 150
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Venetian Cicchetti Cooking course in London
£ 110
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Blissful Bannatyne Spa Day for Two
£ 140
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Skid Control Training for 2
£ 155
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Vintage Thames Barge
£ 305
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A Round of Golf for 3 at Rye Golf Club
£ 600
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Cottage in St. Tropez for a long weekend*
£ 75
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Gliding Lesson for 2
£ 80
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Brewery Tour for 4
£ 55
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Home-made Fruit Liqueurs
£ 60
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A Day's Horseriding around Bewl Water
£ 350
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2 Nights at The Eynsham Hall Hotel
£ 135
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Shooting Lesson for 2
£ 180
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Golf at Royal St. George's*
£ 40
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Young Photo Shoot
£ 310
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Portrait by Court Artist Julia Quenzler*
£ 200
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Spy Academy Training
£ 65
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Early Learning Driving Lesson Age 11+
£ 90
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Harry Potter Studio Tour
£ 45
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Silver Necklace (Newly Added)
£ 30
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A day's Fishing for one Rod on the River Forth
£ 185
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Personalised Lego Portrait of a Person or Pet
£ 510
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The Bolshoi Ballet in Swan Lake at Covent Garden
£ 345
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Drive a Steam train
£ 120
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4 Day Guided Tour of Israel
£ 110
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Henley Royal Regatta (newly added)
£ 160
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Tom Chaplin Signed Album & Gig Tickets*
£ 270
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A Day Shooting on Dartmoor
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