Jack Whitehall: Christmas with My Father

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Following the success of hit tv show Travels with My Father, comedian Jack Whitehall and his father Michael will be hosting a special production of Christmas with my Father at St Swithun’s school, Winchester, in aid of George and the Giant Pledge and Winchester Hospice.

Tickets for the event are now sold out, but you can still support these two charities by bidding on our amazing auction prizes.

George and the Giant Pledge (in support of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity)

 On 3 January 2017 Vicki and James Woodall (Woody) received the news that’s every parent’s worst nightmare. They were told by doctors at The Royal Marsden Hospital that a lump they’d found on their then four-year-old son’s back was in fact cancer, a rare PNET soft tissue Ewing’s Sarcoma.

Vicki and Woody are trying to make the best of their bad situation and, despite navigating George’s difficult cancer journey, supporting his older brother and trying to maintain some semblance of family life, they’ve pledged to raise £1,000,000 for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity (registered charity no. 1095197) to fund research and support to help beat childhood cancer, so no other family has to suffer in this way.

Winchester Hospice 

A plan is in place to refurbish an historic building, Burrell House, on the site of the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester into a dedicated hospice. 

The Winchester Hospice will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week and provide much needed local care and support to patients and their families. 

We need to raise three million pounds before we can start to convert Burrell House into a hospice. 

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2 Tickets to Britain's Got Talent 2019
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Magnum of Hattingley Valley 2011 Blanc de Blancs
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3 months free membership for One Golf Club
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Amazon Kindle Fire 7
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“Hulk” by Uncle Stubble 2
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Golf Day for 8 people at Burhill Golf Club
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