World Championships Charity Auction in aid of Leeds Cares

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Leeds Cares are the official fundraising partner of the 2019 UCI Road World Championships.


Your purchase will support Leeds Teaching Hospitals staff to deliver the best care for patients and their families, by providing equipment, services, education and research.



For more information, please visit leeds-cares.org/uci



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£ 360
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Signed and Framed Mark Cavendish cycling jersey
£ 510
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Signed and Framed Male winners cycling jersey
£ 550
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Signed and Framed Female winners cycling jersey
£ 2,000
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Training Cycle with Lizzie Deignan in France
£ 55
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Signed 2019 Road Book by Ned Boulting
£ 50
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Full Gas by Peter Cossins signed by Lizzie Deignan
£ 40
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Afternoon tea for 2 at Hotel du Vin
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