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Fifty Fifty 2012

My fundraising for 2012 will be for the Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK  they make wishes come true for children and young people with life threatening diseases. I will be raising funds by auctioning off various signed or unique items donated by celebrities and musicians/bands via EBay.

Why fifty fifty? Well those who kindly donate an item I will split the final selling price on Ebay between the Make-A-Wish Foundation and a charity chosen by the donating celebrity/band.

You can help by:

* ‘Liking’ the Facebook page

* Donating on Just Giving

* Bidding on a Ebay auction

* Leaving a message of support




BIG thank you to the following for their donated items:

Comedian Jimmy Cricket donated a DVD, signed photo & signed panto playbill

Musician Robin George donated two downloadable songs from the ‘LovePower Peace’ CD

Girlschool donated a CD/DVD, baseball cap, t-shirt & stickers

Patsy Matheson donated two copies of her latest album

Pendragon donated signed CD’s & tour t-shirt & baseball cap

Neonfly donated a CD

Joe Pasquale donated a signed poster

Danny Peyronel (X-UFO) donated two signed CD’s

Brotherhood Of Man donated three signed tour flyers

Limahl donated a signed double CD

John Bishop donated a signed DVD

John Sinclair donated a tour jacket he wore on stage whilst playing in Ozzy Osbourne’s abnd in the late 80’s

Chantel McGregor donated four signed CD’s which raised over £100

Brian Blessed donated signed photos & CD’s of him performing as Pavarotti in ‘Stars In Their Eyes’

The Sweet donated a signed CD


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The idea is to have a whole host of gigs/events mention via their social media posts the work of the Nordoff Robbins charity on and around the 8 February each year

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