Devizes Constituency Community Fund (DCCF) Charity Online Auction

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Welcome to the DCCF charity online auction – please bid generously to support our LOCAL CAUSES that need YOUR HELP !


The Devizes Constituency Community Fund (DCCF) is a non-political charitable fund set up in the spring of 2021 on the initiative of MP Danny Kruger, purely to support local charities and causes in the constituency of Devizes. The fund is administered by the Wiltshire Community Foundation.


So far, over £25,000 has been raised in direct donations to the fund and grants have been paid out for £20,000 to Love Devizes – The Covid Support Group operating in Devizes – and also to the Devizes Scouts. Care and support to last in Devizes | The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald


We are now very keen to raise money to help Children’s mental health issues, which have been so badly affected by Covid and to help the Afghan Interpreters who are re-settling in our community.


Please give generously by supporting this auction or by making a direct donation to the fund Devizes Constituency Community Fund (DCCF).

Your support is much appreciated and many thanks also to all our donors for their fabulous auction lots!


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£ 500
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Tandem Paramotor flight alongside Bear Grylls
Lot 3
£ 1,000
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9 holes of golf for up to 3 people on a private course + lunch at The Bell
Lot 4
£ 150
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Morning on the Gallops for up to 4 people with Alan King at Barbury Castle
Lot 5
£ 300
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2 Tickets to Lord's for the England vs India ODI on 14th July 2022
Lot 6
£ 800
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A private Tour of Althorp, with Earl Spencer for up to 12 people, including Tea
Lot 7
£ 350
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Lunch/ Dinner for up to 4 people with Tim & Jonelle Price, World Class Eventers
Lot 8
£ 375
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Fishing for 2 Rods on the River Nadder
Lot 9
£ 150
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4 Ball Round of Golf at the stunning 18-hole PGA Bowood Golf Course
Lot 10
£ 175
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2 x Grand Cru wines from the Pauillac area of Bordeaux - 2000 & 2003 vintage
Lot 11
£ 175
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A night at any one of Wadworth Breweries managed properties
Lot 12
£ 150
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A morning on the Gallops for 4 including breakfast at Beckhampton Stables
Lot 13
£ 200
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3 Shooting Lessons at Barbury Shooting School
Lot 14
£ 800
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Lunch for up to 4 people in the company of General Sir Mike Jackson at The Bell
Lot 15
£ 350
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Lunch for 4 at the very fashionable Stanley's Restaurant in Chelsea, London
Lot 16
£ 700
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Dinner with Dame Prue Leith and Danny Kruger, with help in the kitchen from Prue
Lot 17
£ 150
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A day for 2 being chauffeured or accompanying Ken Carter in his 1977 T2 Bentley
Lot 18
£ 225
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An evening's deer stalking on Rudge Manor Farm, Ramsbury
Lot 19
£ 150
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A morning on Manton Gallops for up to 4 people incl Breakfast & Newbury Races
Lot 20
£ 175
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4 Ball Round of Golf at the stunning 18-hole PGA Bowood Golf Course
Lot 21
£ 225
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Ramsbury Brewery and Distillery private evening tour and tasting for 10 guests
Lot 22
£ 375
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2 Tickets to Lord's for England vs New Zealand 3rd Day Test Match June 2022
Lot 23
£ 550
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Round of Golf for 4 on the World Famous Links Royal Liverpool Golf Club -Hoylake
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