Auction in Aid of the Alex Lewis Trust - NEW items added

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IMPORTANT NOTE:  bidding on items starts to close from 15.54 p.m. and finishes at 19.02 p.m. on Thursday 20th October.  Times are UK BST (British Summer Time).  Please note the countdown on the item(s) you are bidding on. 

Alex Lewis contracted a common cold in November 2013.  Two weeks later he was fighting for his life.  The cold had taken a sinister path to Strep A Toxic Shock Syndrome, Septicaemia and Necrotising Fasciitis.  The resulted in quadruple amputation and requiring extensive skin grafts and facial reconstruction as the infection ravaged his face and mouth as well as his limbs. 

His story was recently highlighted in the Channel4 documentary:

You can view the trailer by clicking the above link.

Unfortunately limited funding means the prosthetics Alex requires to walk again must be funded by himself if he is to realise his dream and return to playing golf.

"I am completely in awe of the way Alex and his partner, Lucy have dealt with the adversity which has befallen them, it has changed my own perspective on life and inspired me to help in anyway I can to improve the quality of this amazing young family's life.”
                                                                                                  Tim Barter, Sky Sports

Alex was coached by Tim Barter when he was a junior golfer playing to a handicap of 4.

Bids are welcome from overseas and dispatch will be arranged.
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Lot 63
£ 270
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*NEW* UNIQUE - Olympic Gold Medalists signed Hat..
Lot 53
£ 110
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Titleist Wooly Hat & 2 Dozen Pro V1X balls
Lot 54
£ 105
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Titleist Baseball Cap signed by Adam Scott
Lot 47
£ 40
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* NEW - Srixon cap SIGNED *
Lot 22
£ 140
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Phil Mickelson Signed actual visor - 1
Lot 23
£ 130
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Phil Mickelson Signed actual visor - 2
Lot 24
£ 140
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TaylorMade hat SIGNED by Justin Rose
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