Cleft stuff auction for Dan Beesley's cancer treatment

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If you'd like to read more about Dan Beesley's from Cleft/GUG's cancer treatment journey, head over to http://justgiving.com/fundraising/DanBeatCancer

To help Dan with the cost of treatment, here's some special Cleft stuff from before we split in 2016.  Please bid generously to help Dan with the next round of treatment!
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£ 71
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BOSH! Blue vinyl - LAST AVAILABLE COPY
£ 101
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Cleft 'Wrong' Album vinyl test pressings - #2
£ 151
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Cleft 'BOSH!' album test pressing - #1
£ 35
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BOSH! CD manufacturing tester copy - 1 only
£ 151
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Cleft 'BOSH!' album test pressing - #2
£ 150
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Cleft 'Wrong' Album vinyl test pressings - #1
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