International Bankers Golf Day at Hadley Wood G.C. in aid of the Lord Mayor's Appeal

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Welcome to the Silent Auction for the International Bankers Golf Day in aid of the Lord Mayor's Appeal.  

After a sensational day at Moor Park in 2018, the honour falls to the Worshipful Company of International Bankers to organise this years premier City and Livery golf event in aid of the Lord Mayor's Appeal.

On 26th September 2019, 22 teams will tee off to raise money for the Lord Mayor's Appeal at the fantastic Hadley Wood Golf Club in Barnet, North London.   And have a good bit of competitive fun!  There are ample opportunities to give, including a raffle, mulligan purchases, entry into par 3 prize competitions, live auction, Jumblebee silent auction, heads and tails game and donation button on the provided table iPads.  Please dig deep for the beneficiary charities, PlaceToBe, OnSide Youth Zones and the Samaritans.

Thank you to the team at Jumblebee for their support and advice with this online auction.  

We look forward to welcoming you and your teams at Hadley Wood.

Warmest regards

Cliff Knowlden & Jason Van Praagh
W.C.I.B.G.S.



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£ 175
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Château Latour Tasting for 2 at 10 Trinity Square
Lot 2
£ 250
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Fourball at Walton Heath Golf Club
Lot 16
£ 375
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Simon Taylor - Geraint Thomas Tour De France 2018
Lot 3
£ 175
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Fourball at Hadley Wood Golf Club
Lot 4
£ 125
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Fourball at Royal Blackheath Golf Club
Lot 5
£ 325
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Fourball at Swinley Forest Golf Club
Lot 6
£ 250
7
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Fourball at New Zealand Golf Club
Lot 7
£ 125
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3ball at Brocket Hall G.C. with WCIB Past Master
Lot 8
£ 175
4
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Fourball at Frilford Heath Golf Club
Lot 9
£ 250
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The Cascades Golf Resort, Spa and Thalasso - Egypt
Lot 10
£ 200
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1 week stay at Slackwood Barn: Lancashire/Cumbria
Lot 11
£ 200
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Fourball at Thorndon Park Golf Club in Essex
Lot 12
£ 125
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Fourball at Romford Golf Club in Essex
Lot 13
£ 100
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Fourball at Bentley Golf Club
Lot 14
£ 125
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Fourball at Finchley Golf Club
Lot 21
£ 250
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Sir Stirling Moss - Monaco Corner
Lot 22
£ 325
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Ian Poulter Signed 2018 Ryder Cup Pin Flag
Lot 23
£ 150
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Jack Nicklaus Bank Note Presentation
Lot 15
£ 350
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Fourball at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club
Lot 17
£ 225
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Stoke Park Champagne Afternoon Tea for 4 people
Lot 19
£ 1,025
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Golf or Spa Break for 2 people at K Club, Ireland
Lot 20
£ 1,200
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Scottish Salmon Fishing for 2 People
Lot 18
£ 950
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The Lygon Arms, Cotswolds 2 Night Stay with Dinner
Lot 24
£ 1,075
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Hilton Prague Old Town - 3 night stay
Lot 25
£ 850
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Royal Birkdale 2 Ball including Overnight Stay
Lot 26
£ 150
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Fourball at Effingham Golf Club
Lot 27
£ 325
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2 bottles of Château Lynch Bages 1996
Special bottle of Cotswold Distillery Single Malt
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