Oxford Research Group Fundraiser

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After the close of the auction, Oxford Research Group will be in touch with the winning bidders. Payment will be collected via bank transfer, cash, or cheque. 

The auction will close on Monday 18th July at 12pm.

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One week's holiday in south west France
£ 300
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Painting by Jennie Foley
£ 600
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"The Swimmer": a sculpture by Tom Brent
£ 800
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Fog of Peace framed painting
£ 550
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Lunch with FT restauranteur correspondent
£ 425
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2x football tickets: Arsenal v Southampton
£ 450
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Therapy session with Susie Orbach
£ 550
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Internship with Origin Pictures
£ 160
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2x cricket tickets: England v Pakistan at the Oval
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