auction for danielle

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Hi there I'm planning to try and raise funds for my step daughter ,  Danielle who is very ill in hospital at the moment  
she has been through the mill with opperations on two brain tumours, thankfully benign but after multiple opperations she now faces a lengthy recovery

I now have a growing list of kind donations which are mostly fishing related, I plan to auction them off and list them as they come in on here
Many thanks to all who have helped and all who get involved. 

£ 70
Hand made wine rack
£ 20
Tex Mex Meal Voucher
£ 40
Scottish Parliament Whisky
£ 40
Luxury Marshfield Bakery Hamper
£ 100
Scotch Malt Whisky
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