Mencap Grove Cottage

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“I am running the London Marathon to raise money for a charity very close to my heart. My son Ruben has been diagnosed with a condition that affects his development, meaning he needs more help and support than many other children. Mencap Grove Cottage has made such a huge difference to both Ruben’s and my life.”  Close.
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Load of Logs
£ 71
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Meal for Two at the Black Horse
£ 27
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Bespoke Handmade Dog Lead and Collar
£ 78
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Hanbury Manor - Spa Day for Two
£ 34
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Pearce's Basket of Fresh Fruit & Veg
£ 22
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MERCEDES AMG F1 Team Hat
£ 34
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Jemma Beatty Equine Dental Services
£ 32
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Magnum of Mon Rose de Montrose 2016
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Zumbini Session
£ 30
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Punchline - Boxing Training Session
£ 30
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Meal for Two at The Fox, Aspenden
£ 62
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A Year's Supply of Bacon
£ 140
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Dinner for 8 Prepared and Served for you at Home
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