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With sites nationwide Imperial Cars understand that it is important for our business to have a positive impact on people's lives and believe in being an active part of the local and wider communities in the areas our sites are located.

 

One of our key partners is Wessex Cancer Trust and we are working with them to raise money to provide support with people and families living with Cancer.    

 

Wessex Cancer Trust believes that there should be help and support available to everyone living with cancer, when and where they need it. 

Every year around 23,000 people are diagnosed with cancer within the Wessex region. A diagnosis can be a shock and have a huge impact on an entire family. 

Wessex Cancer Trust helps and supports anyone affected by cancer regardless of age, gender or type of cancer. Their dedicated team are committed to offering free support for as long as people need it, away from a hospital environment. 

 At all cancer Support Centres, clients are welcomed by volunteer befrienders who are equipped to provide information, support and a listening ear. A team of specialist counsellors are on hand help deal with the emotional impact of cancer, and complementary therapies aim to improve well-being, help with pain management and increase self-confidence. They provide health and well-being information, exercise programmes and courses to help you move on from cancer.

For more information about them: www.wessexcancer.org.uk.

Wessex Cancer Trust have been setting communities with their challenge of Zero to Hero

What is the challenge?

The challenge itself is very simple:

- Starting with a rubber duck, each of our sites had one month to head out and carry out a series of trades to obtain an item of higher value each time.

- We have listed all of our final items in this auction to raise money going to Wessex Cancer Trust 


Christmas delivery* payment will need to be made by 18th December


Items will not be posted until payment has been confirmed.


For questions on the items please contact social@imperialcars.co.uk

 

*(Royal Mail timings dependant)

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Lot 1
£ 150
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Signed Southampton FC first team 2019/20 shirt
Lot 2
£ 200
26
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Rare signed 1966 England World Cup winning shirt
Lot 3
£ 150
10
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Signed Mike Tyson boxing glove
Lot 4
£ 40
2
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Signed First Team Northampton Town FC Football
Lot 5
£ 40
0
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Land Rover iPad Case
Lot 6
£ 25
0
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Signed First Team Ipswich Town FC programme
Lot 7
£ 100
6
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£100 voucher for The Ship Inn, Southampton
Lot 8
£ 35
1
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Gliding Experience - Winch Launch to 1500ft
Lot 9
£ 30
2
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Signed pair of Professional PDC Darts
Lot 10
£ 80
0
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4 ball game of Golf
Lot 11
£ 30
1
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Go-Karting Experience
Lot 12
£ 100
2
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2 Leicester Riders 1967 Club tickets
Lot 13
£ 12
1
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Drinks Hamper
Lot 14
£ 27
1
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£50 Beauty Voucher
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