ICP Support Ball Auction 2016

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Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) is the most common liver condition specific to pregnancy. It affects around 5,500 women a year in the UK and is associated with spontaneous premature birth and stillbirth.

In 1991, following the stillbirth of her second daughter, Olivia, Jenny Chambers set out to raise awareness of ICP so that other families did not have to suffer the heartache that the death of a baby brings. This led to the formation of ICP Support.

2016 is our 25th Anniversary and this auctions forms part of our pledge to raise £25,000, with an emphasis on funding research. Says Jenny, “The thing that shocked me when I became part of a research group was how long it takes!  I had no idea just what a task there is in finding the answers to ICP".

Supporting this auction will help us to fund further research so that we can enable scientists to find those answers and ensure that our vision – that every ICP baby is born safely – becomes a reality sooner rather than later.

Items marked 'Live Auction' will be auctioned during the ball itself. However, if you are not attending the ball you can still bid for these items by sending your bid to auction2016@icpsupport.org. Email bids will be accepted until 12 noon on Friday 23 September 2016.

Bidding on all other items ends at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday 24 September (i.e. near the end of the ball).

www.icpsupport.org



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£ 430
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Limited edition print by Dominique Salm
£ 25
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Thoughtful Producer chicken
£ 25
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Aroma Spa Collection
£ 200
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9ct white gold diamond drop pendant
Film premiere and red carpet experience for two
£ 100
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Round of golf at Woolston Manor, Essex
£ 420
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Three nights in luxury London apartment
£ 68
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One to one personal yoga session
Half-day trout fishing
£ 230
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ATP Tennis Championships tickets
£ 50
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Framed feather artwork
£ 110
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Lunch at Simpsons Restaurant, Edgbaston
£ 275
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Two nights in five-star B&B in Yorkshire
£ 385
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One week self-catering holiday in Norfolk
£ 40
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Sonya Skincare Collection
£ 105
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Limited edition print by Amelia Anderson
£ 160
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Silver pendant by James Newman
£ 50
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Simply Gym – 1 year membership
£ 40
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Sarah Studholme Textiles Mixed Gifting Pack
£ 475
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Unique 'Blue Bird' painting by Tania Still
£ 160
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Double magnum of 2008 Chateau Cantermerle
£ 10
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Signed copy of 'To Kiss or Not To Kiss'
£ 160
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Limited edition print by Peter Barker
£ 115
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David Beckham signed football
One week at West Wittering beach house
£ 60
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A bottle of Ragnarök gin
Catered dinner party in your own home
£ 480
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Limited edition print by Dominique Salm
£ 90
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Magnum of Laurent-Perrier Brut Champagne
Charcoal portrait by Flora Blackett
Mid-week break in a Cotswolds cottage
£ 115
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Limited edition print by Clare Brownlow
£ 310
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Half-day rough shooting
£ 1,150
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Quintessentially Dedicated Membership
£ 260
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Private wine-tasting in your own home
£ 40
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Peony & blush suede home candle
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