Skye and Lochalsh Young Carers Spring Auction

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Friends of Skye and Lochalsh Young carers have generously donated items for our auction.  There's something for everyone in this fantastic goody box of gifts, artwork, household items and our star items, six cycling t-shirts personally signed by our friend Danny MacAskill, extreme cyclist.  Thanks to all of our generous donors. Close.
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Hand-turned wooden goblet
Lot 22
£ 35
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Book - Skye, Cloud Island by Morten Hansen
Lot 13
£ 60
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Penguin by Ian Williams
Lot 10
£ 22
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Glencoe - Gill Williams photograph
Lot 17
£ 35
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Cycling shirt signed by Danny MacAskill 8-10 years
Lot 15
£ 125
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Yamaha F310 Acoustic Guitar
Lot 24
£ 20
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Photograph by Morten Hansen
Lot 14
£ 25
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'Mixed Media' by Angie Atherton
Lot 3
£ 25
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Cycling shirt signed by Danny MacAskill 6-8 years
Lot 8
£ 25
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Harris tweed bag
Lot 21
£ 120
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2 night stay in Shepherds Rest for two, Kensaleyre, Skye
Lot 19
£ 55
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One night stay for two people in ensuite pod, Portree
Lot 11
£ 20
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Columba's Bay, Iona - Gill Williams Photography
Lot 9
£ 25
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Ken Bryan print MacLeod's Tables
Lot 12
£ 20
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Torridon Mountains - Gill Williams Photography
Lot 5
£ 125
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Misty Isle Boat Trip for 4 to Elgol
Lot 23
£ 25
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Skye photographic print by Morten Hansen
Lot 1
£ 30
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Cycling shirt signed by Danny MacAskill 14-16 yrs
Lot 2
£ 35
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Cycling shirt signed by Danny MacAskill 8-10 years
Lot 6
£ 30
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Coffee maker with extra coffee supplies
Lot 20
£ 20
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Sunset photograph by Morton Hansen
Lot 4
£ 95
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Cuillin Hills Hotel 3 course dinner for 2
Lot 16
£ 30
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Cycling shirt signed by Danny MacAskill 6-8 years
Lot 18
£ 30
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Cycling shirt signed by Danny MacAskill 14-16 years
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