Sheriffs' Ball 2019

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Welcome to the Sheriffs' Ball 2019 online auction

Alderman & Sheriff Vincent Keaveny and Sheriff The Hon Elizabeth Green are hosting the fourth annual Sheriffs' Ball in aid of The Lord Mayor's Appeal on Friday 20 September 2019 in the grand surroundings of Guildhall.

We have some fantastic lots on offer in the auction so please help us to raise as much as possible for our beneficiary charities: Place2Be, OnSide Youth Zones and Samaritans. 

You can bid online on this page from midday on 6 September until 5.00pm on 19 September. The highest bids from the online auction, and any maximum bids placed, will then be carried through to the live silent auction at the Ball on 20 September. So even if you are not able to attend the event, please do place a proxy (maximum) bid on this page. Your maximum bid will then be carried through to the live silent auction and we will let you know after the event has ended if you have been successful. 

For more details on how to bid online, please click on the Auction Guide below.

If you do not wish to bid, but would like to make a donation, please click on the Donation tab at the top right of the auction page.

Good luck  and thank you so much for supporting the Sheriffs' Ball.
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A two week stay for 6 people in the Algarve
Lot 2
£ 450
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Overnight stay for two with breakfast at The Ned
Lot 3
£ 150
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A short stay in a railway carriage in Suffolk
Lot 4
£ 200
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2 night stay for 2 at The Dolphin Inn, Thorpeness
Lot 5
£ 100
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Fortnum & Mason Champagne afternoon tea for 2
Lot 6
£ 150
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Shrieval hamper
Lot 7
£ 150
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Lunch for 4 at Guildhall hosted by an Alderman
Lot 8
£ 150
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A box of limited edition Lord Mayor’s Gin
Lot 9
£ 150
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Champagne Jeroboam inc 2 places at Champagne Party
Lot 10
£ 150
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A case of Meursault Clos du Cromin 2012
Lot 11
£ 150
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Fortnum & Mason dinner for 2 at The Royal Exchange
Lot 12
£ 150
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A selection of Mayoral gifts
Lot 13
£ 50
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Artisan hamper of gourmet goodies
Lot 14
£ 100
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Guided tour of Wadworth Brewery for 4 with lunch
Lot 15
£ 150
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Two rare bottles of 18-year old single malt whisky
Lot 16
£ 150
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Cocktail making masterclass for two people
Lot 17
£ 100
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48 bottles of assorted Wadworth finest ales
Lot 18
£ 200
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Lunch for 6 at Watermen and Lightermens’ Hall
Lot 19
£ 150
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Picnic basket with delectable delights
Lot 20
£ 250
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Mansion House tour and tea with the Lady Mayoress
Lot 21
£ 250
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Royal Armouries experience at the Tower of London
Lot 22
£ 300
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Backstage tour of the Royal Opera House for 10
Lot 23
£ 250
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Thames trip for 10 with lunch on luxury 30m barge
Lot 24
£ 150
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A day with the City of London Police for four
Lot 25
£ 100
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Private tour of Twickenham for 6 people
Lot 26
£ 200
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Two tickets to Garsington Opera 2020 Season
Lot 27
£ 100
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Professional London DJ for your party night
Lot 28
£ 150
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Tea and tour of the Old Bailey for four people
Lot 29
£ 300
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Ten Trinity Square Six Months Membership
Lot 30
£ 100
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Four ball golf at Ashridge Golf Club
Lot 31
£ 100
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A guided tour for 20 of the Guildhall Environs
Lot 32
£ 150
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A pleasure flight over Southern England
Lot 33
£ 150
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Champagne tour of the College of Arms for 6 people
Lot 34
£ 150
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Four places at the 2020 Sheep Drive
Lot 35
£ 100
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Private tour of Wimbledon for 4 people
Lot 36
£ 150
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St Paul's Cathedral Experience
Lot 37
£ 200
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Jonjo O'Neill morning gallops for 2 people
Lot 38
£ 100
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2 Grandstand tickets to the Lord Mayor's Show 2019
Lot 39
£ 200
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Private Organ Recital & Champagne Reception for 8
Lot 40
£ 300
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Tour of Parliament and lunch in the House of Lords
Lot 41
£ 500
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McKay Williamson photo shoot in London or NY
Lot 42
£ 150
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Aintree Racecourse tour and lunch for 8-10 people
Lot 43
£ 100
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A game of tennis at Wimbledon
Lot 44
£ 100
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Tea and tour for four at Leathersellers’ Hall
Lot 45
£ 300
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2 rugby tickets for a Six Nations match
Lot 46
£ 150
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Hayman’s of London gin distillery tour for 6
Lot 47
£ 200
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Four tickets to a New Year’s Eve disco cruise
Lot 48
£ 100
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Four ball golf at London Golf Club
Lot 49
£ 100
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One day Thames River pass for four people
Lot 50
£ 100
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Two arena tickets to Classic FM Live
Lot 51
£ 100
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Framed original illustration
Lot 52
£ 200
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Commission a portrait of your pet
Lot 53
£ 100
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Couture hat or fascinator by Elena Shvab Millinery
Lot 54
£ 100
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A pair of made-to-measure gloves
Lot 55
£ 100
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A unique stone carving
Lot 56
£ 100
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Ladies wrap in red silk & black velvet
Lot 57
£ 150
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Scriveners’ black lacquer fountain pen
Lot 58
£ 100
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Ladies cashmere black & white cape
Lot 59
£ 100
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Limited edition ceramic swan
Lot 60
£ 100
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A City of London silk scarf
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