Pip's Everest Base Camp Challenge

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Welcome to my Silent Auction.


Next month I will be trekking to Everest base camp in aid of COCO which helps provide a brighter future for children and their families all over East Africa.

During  the next few weeks you'll be able to bid for some money-can't-buy prizes. 

Thank you to all the wonderful people who've supported me with this challenge and this auction. Hopefully there's something special which will appeal to everyone. 

Good luck and start your bidding now! 

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Lot 1
£ 500
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LUXURY TRIP TO EDINBURGH
Lot 2
£ 600
7
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'GOALS ON SUNDAY' WITH BEN AND KAMMY
Lot 5
£ 1,250
5
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BEHIND-THE-SCENES OF GOOD MORNING BRITAIN
Lot 3
£ 80
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ATTENTION GOLF LOVERS!
Lot 4
£ 300
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SWIM WITH A CHAMPION
Lot 6
£ 200
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RUN WITH GOBI THE STRAY DESERT DOG
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