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We are raising funds in memory of Christopher Robinson who died in May this year from Pancreatic Cancer aged just 38.
is the fifth most common cause of cancer deaths in the UK and has the lowest
survival rate of all cancers. There is no early detection test, treatment
options are limited and there is no cure.
We aim to raise as much money as possible to help spread awareness of this awful disease, fund much needed research and help improve survival rates.
Please help us and others by taking part in our auction the proceeds of which will go directly to the charity.
The auction closes on Friday 28th August at 22.00pm. We have over 60 exciting lots and will be adding some more over the next few days, so please keep watching and remember to scroll to the bottom of the page to see everything on offer. Note that a limited number of items have a reserve price on them.
If you would like to make a donation to Pancreatic Cancer UK, please select the donate tab.
1. You enter the absolute maximum that you are willing to bid for an item.
2. jumblebee places a bid on your behalf, using the minimum amount required to make you the highest bidder, i.e. current bid price plus bid increment OR the reserve price, if there is one and it can be covered by your proxy bid.
3. jumblebee continues to bid on your behalf, whenever you are outbid by another member's bid, until your maximum bid is exceeded or the auction is won.
4. jumblebee will notify you by email if your maximum bid is outbid by another member and provided the auction is still running, you will then have a chance to enter a new maximum bid if you wish.
The current bid on an auction item is £100. The minimum increment is £10. You enter a bid of £150 (your maximum bid).
Using your bid, but increasing only by the minimum increment, jumblebee sets the current bid to £110.
Another person bids £130 but they are immediately outbid by jumblebee bidding on your behalf and the current bid goes up to £140.
The auction finishes and you have won the auction item at a price of £140.