Wish List for Olly McKay

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Olly is only 6 years of age and has just started his third round of chemotherapy, unfortunately the chance of him now being cured this vile disease is pretty slim, so the medical profession are just trying to buy him time. Olly has written a wish list:-

Disney World Florida
Lego Land Windsor
CBeebies Land at Alton Towers
Lego Store London
"to see real snow"
Eiffel Tower
London Duck Bus




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£ 90
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Yvonne Coomber - Sweet Summer Print
£ 190
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Radio Plymouth Airtime Campaign (worth £649.00)
£ 49
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Signed Plymouth Argyle shirt 2015/2016
£ 210
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The Treasury Function with Prosecco & Canapes
£ 94
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3 course lunch for 4 people - The Church House Inn
£ 25
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Radio Plymouth Tour and read the weather on radio
£ 35
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Original Watercolour
£ 505
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One week holiday at "The Barn", Torcross, Devon
£ 551
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Princess Yacht tour, sea trial & 4 Musto Jackets
£ 140
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Apple iPad Mini 2, 32gb
£ 225
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Champagne cruise and nibbles for up to 6 people
£ 52
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John Pollex Ceramics
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