Alzheimer Scotland Silent Auction 2015

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Alzheimer Scotland is looking for special homes for six unique, handcrafted, one-of-a-kind items in its first online silent auction, running from 18 February to 11 March. Each piece has been a labour of love in its own way and the charity hopes to spread the word as far as possible to help match each item with a new owner.  The money raised from the auction will help safeguard the future of vital Scotland-wide services such as the Dementia Helpline, Dementia Advisors, Dementia Nurses and dementia research.

 

Please note the winner of the Doll's House will be responsible for arranging its transport. The donor has kindly undertaken to pack it ready for shipping. 

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Handmade Quilt Signed by Jack Charlton OBE - 2
Handmade Quilt Signed by Craig Brown CBE - 2
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Handmade Quilt Signed by Andy Murray
Handmade Collector's Doll's House
Handmade Quilt Signed by Craig Brown CBE - 1
Handmade Quilt Signed by Jack Charlton OBE
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