Team Super Suz Charity Auction - in support of the Royal Marsden

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In August 2018, Suzanne (or Super Suz as she is affectionately known) was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. She is currently receiving treatment at the Royal Marsden (Sutton) and has felt completely reassured along the way by her amazing team of medical staff. Suzanne is looking forward to being fit and healthy, and celebrating the wedding of her eldest daughter, Emma, in July 2019.

We are raising money in support of the fantastic work the Royal Marsden does.

Happy bidding!

£ 520
2 x tickets to the SOLD OUT final Ashes Test
£ 400
Sky's League of their Own + green room access
£ 200
4 x tickets to any Surrey Home T20 (2019 season)
£ 350
ONCE IN A LIFETIME Highgrove private tour
£ 650
Martin Bayfield hosted Six Nations rugby tickets
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