Autism West Midlands Art Auction

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Autism West Midlands are the leading charity in the West Midlands for people with autism. We use our passion and expertise to enrich the lives of people with autism and those who love and care for them.

The items in this auction have been created by people on the autism spectrum or donated in support of people with autism. All of the profits from this auction will go towards supporting families of children with autism.

**Please note if you are the winning bidder and are unable to collect your item we will notify you of the additional postage and packaging costs.**

To find out more about Autism West Midlands and the work we do click here.


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Monologue is my Dialogue - by Zaffy
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Steven Wiltshire Postcard 2
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"Tearing me apart" by Naomi
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Signed Birmingham City Football!
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"Muddle-Earth" by Daniel Sturley - A5 Print
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I am a Literal Thinker t-shirt - By Zaffy
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"Contrast" by Naomi
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"Shutting out the world" by Naomi
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"Urban Carpet" by Daniel Sturley - A5 Print
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"Routemaster 38" - by JD Scott
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Steven Wiltshire Postcard
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"Trees & Architecture" by Daniel Sturley A5 Print
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Quiksilver Charity T-Shirt (Large)
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"Spectrum" - by Addy Adams
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"Feeling Trapped" by Naomi
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