An Evening with Martin Clunes

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On the 18 March The Haven, Breast Cancer Support Centres, is hosting a special evening with Martin Clunes at The Mint Leaf Restaurant, Haymarket. The evening will consist of a welcome
drink, a sit-down interview with the Doc Martin star, with an opportunity for
questions from the floor, followed by a drinks and canapé reception. Martin
will be discussing his long and varied career, from his antics
filming Men Behaving Badly to his most recent success playing a nation's favourite, Dr
Martin Ellingham.

Here you will find exclusive silent auction
prizes which have been kindly donated and exclusively chosen for this event. Do not miss out on the opportunity to bid for a
walk-on part on the upcoming series of Doc Martin, a suit personally donated and
worn by Martin Clunes and a two night's stay at The Bay Hotel in Port Isaac
which has been featured on the set of the highly acclaimed British TV
series.

If you are still interested in coming
to this event, then do not fret as there are still a small number of tickets
left. We are urging people to buy them as soon as possible to
avoid disappointment.  

Do get bidding and good luck! 











 Auction ends at 6pm (British Summer Time) 31st March 2014



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£ 550
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A navy blue suit worn by Doc Martin
£ 3,000
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Walk on part on Series 7 of Doc Martin
£ 190
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Two night's bed and breakfast at The Bay Hotel
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