Miracles fundraising dinner

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By joining the Miracles auction you will be making a difference in the lives of children and their families living in poverty and facing a life changing crisis such as serious illness. 

The auction opens on Monday 18 May and closes on Saturday 30 May at 23:00. Winners will be contacted by Miracles for payment and prize distribution week commencing 31 May.

The global pandemic has hit families living in poverty the hardest and over the past few weeks we have seen a substantial increase in requests for support – particularly from families with children undergoing treatment in hospital for life threatening cancers and with compromised immune systems. 

Unfortunately, our funding has completely dried up - all events have been cancelled and we are fighting for SURVIVAL. 

Your support, large and small, will ensure we continue to be there for some of the UK’s most vulnerable children and their families.

Visit our website for further detail of who we support and what we do. 
Thank you for taking part - Miracles.



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Lot 1
£ 1,500
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Financial Times - two weeks work experience
Lot 2
£ 3,000
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One week at El Rompido, Huelva (Spain) with use of convertible car and golf bugg
Lot 3
£ 4,000
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South of France classic Road Rally
Lot 4
£ 750
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Valentino bag
Lot 5
£ 1,000
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Temperly London Ray Sequin Vermilion Gown
Lot 6
£ 250
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Lunch at the House of Commons with Sir Peter Bottomley
Lot 7
£ 50
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Penhaligons 'Tragedy of Lord George'
Lot 8
£ 50
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Penhaligons 'The Coveted Duchess Rose'
Lot 9
£ 100
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Akris scarf - in red - 85% cashmere - 15% silk
Lot 10
£ 100
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Akris scarf - 85% cashmere - 15% silk
Lot 11
£ 100
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Hermes Key scarf - 100% silk
Lot 12
£ 130
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Hermes scarf - Ice Skating in red
Lot 13
£ 125
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Oliver Goldsmith - Black and Cherry sunglasses
Lot 14
£ 30
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2018 Golf Open - signed cap by Juston Rose
Lot 15
£ 30
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Signed Yard book and photo by Matt Wallace - DP World Tour championship 2019
Lot 16
£ 60
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Sophie Harley Mini Loveknot Earrings
Lot 17
£ 125
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A famous Favourbrook waistcoat – up to the value of £250
Lot 18
£ 125
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Emmett London £250 gift voucher
Lot 19
£ 25
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Hello! - annual subscription
Lot 20
£ 60
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Dina Asher Smith signed Nike shirt
Lot 21
£ 15
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Paul McCartney tour t-shirt and Beatles LOVE CD
Lot 22
£ 40
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Signed Downton Abbey film, film companion and cook book
Lot 23
£ 125
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Samsonite suitcase Neopulse (55cm) new
Lot 24
£ 150
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Samsonite Neopulse suitcase (69cm) new
Lot 25
£ 550
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Beggars Run - made to measure suit - Shoreditch
Lot 26
£ 210
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Andaz Hotel - London - two night weekend break
Lot 27
£ 40
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3 signed prints from Clare Mackie
Lot 28
£ 30
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20 signed postcards from Miracles 50-50 art project
Lot 29
£ 60
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One years subscription to National Geographic including children's NG
Lot 30
£ 200
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Two tickets for the Goodwood Revival Meeting - Friday 11 September 2020
Lot 31
£ 100
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Two tickets for Goodwood race meeting - 30 August 2020
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