Music at St Mary's - Charity Auction

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We're very grateful to these Balham local businesses who have contributed items to the Charity Auction, all proceeds of which will go to aid St Mary's Balham in their community outreach projects, including their music program.

The Auction will be open for bidding one week prior to the event, and final bids and winners will be compered live during the Online Opera Gala on Saturday 19th of September.

Please do register for the online gala via EventBrite, if you have not already done so:

http://www.bit.ly/StMarysConcert

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Lot 3
£ 50
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Free Coffee for a month for 2
Lot 11
£ 150
4
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Online or Live Opera Gala with Rogue Opera
Lot 6
£ 35
9
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Jefferson's Ice Cream - Voucher 1
Lot 5
£ 35
2
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Beautiful Floral Table Decoration
Lot 7
£ 28
8
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Jefferson's Ice cream - Voucher 2
Lot 4
£ 45
6
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A weekly delight from DeeLight Bakery...
Lot 9
£ 85
6
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Wine Tasting for 2
Lot 2
£ 31
9
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Box of 12 scrumptious cupcakes - Apple Blue Patisserie
Lot 8
£ 85
15
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Christmas Wreath - The Flower Sanctuary
Lot 1
£ 135
14
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Tooting Bec Lido Print - Johny Midnight
Lot 10
£ 110
14
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Framed Print of the London Skyline - Robbies Photographics
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