Silent Auction in aid of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award

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As part of the Nicola Benedetti concert on 24th February, welcome to our online silent auction page raising funds for the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.   Bidding is open now and will close at 10 p.m. on Saturday 24th February, following the concert and dinner.  

You are able to bid even if you are not attending the concert.  The auction will remain online throughout, and those attending the evening will be able to make use of the bespoke iPad bidding tablets which will be provided for the occasion.

Achieving a Duke of Edinburgh's Award isn't the end of a DofE journey, it's just the beginning.  Many Award holders go on to embrace a lifetime of volunteering, pursue a career using their honed skill or develop a love for the outdoors.

If you do not wish to bid on an auction item but would like to make a donation to the Earl of Wessex's JustGiving page raising funds for the DofE, please click here

To read more about the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, please visit their website https://www.dofe.org/

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Lot 1
£ 3,600
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Week in a Villa in Umbria for up to 12 people
Lot 2
£ 1,500
2
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Day Boat Trip + Roof Tour of Hampton Court Palace
Lot 3
£ 1,600
8
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2 No 1 Court seats at Wimbledon +Members Enclosure
Lot 4
£ 500
2
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Stewards Enclosure at Henley Royal Regatta for Two
Lot 5
£ 350
2
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Wimbledon tennis & cocktail party 4th July
Lot 6
£ 625
4
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Golf for 4 plus lunch at Swinley Forest
Lot 7
£ 350
4
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Exclusive Hampton Court Palace Tour
Lot 8
£ 400
6
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Round for 2 at Woking with Carl Bianco
Lot 9
£ 550
5
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Golf for 3 at Beaverbrook with Clare Edwards
Lot 10
£ 200
4
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Two Ball or Foursome at Aldeburgh GC
Lot 11
£ 350
8
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Alina Ibragimova at Riverhouse Barn 4th April
When bidding on an auction item, if you enter more than the minimum increment for an item then your bid will be used for proxy bidding. This is how it works:
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.
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For example:
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.