Bright Ideas for Tennis

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Bright Ideas for Tennis is a registered charity (no. 1151510) that helps more people play more tennis.  Concentrating primarily on the grassroots side of the game, we work with venues to improve facilities, and give help and guidance regarding growing participation numbers, providing a sustainable place to play.   

We organise several events and auctions throughout the year to help fund our goals and objectives.   

If you think you might be able to help with any fundraising, or by donating an auction prize, please contact us at danny@brightideasfortennis.org  
Thank you.  

For more information about Bright Ideas for Tennis and the work that the charity is doing in the community, please visit our main site, Bright Ideas for Tennis. 
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Lot 12
£ 375
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Two Business Class BA Flights
Lot 11
£ 650
2
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Two Tickets to the Final of Queen's.
Lot 10
£ 500
1
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2 Tickets to the Final of the ATP Tour at 02
Lot 9
£ 300
1
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A midweek 4 ball at Stoke Park
Lot 13
£ 400
1
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Work Experience at M&G
Lot 14
£ 240
15
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2 x 1st class Virgin East Coast Rail Tickets
Lot 24
£ 90
0
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A Days Work Experience at King's College Hospital
Lot 15
£ 1,000
1
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Play Tennis with the Pros at Wimbledon
Lot 2
£ 500
4
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GB Davis Cup Final signed Tracksuit Top
Lot 21
£ 40
0
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Victoria Azarenka Collage
Lot 20
£ 50
1
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Tiebreak Tens signed Shirt
Lot 18
£ 1,200
1
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A Round of Golf with Tim Henman
Lot 16
£ 900
0
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Holiday Villa, La Manga Club (1 week)
Lot 7
£ 1,200
0
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French Farmhouse
Lot 5
£ 1,750
0
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Forte Village, Sardinia 5* Hotel
Lot 22
£ 100
1
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Limited Edition Wilson Racquet
Lot 26
£ 550
2
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A day at The Boodles for 8 people
Lot 3
£ 650
5
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Andy Murray signed Rio Olympic Shirt
Lot 6
£ 400
1
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Two Manchester United Tickets
Lot 19
£ 60
2
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Geoff Hurst signed Photo
Lot 1
£ 275
4
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Pele Shirt
Lot 8
£ 250
2
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Federer Display
Lot 17
£ 1,000
1
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A Tour of the House of Lords
Lot 23
£ 100
1
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Ronnie Corbett - Frame Fork Handles/4 Candles
Lot 25
£ 100
1
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FitBit Blaze
Lot 4
£ 375
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All Blacks signed Shirt
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