Over the past two events, we have had some amazing items given to us for the auction, which in turn have raised over £15k, including a signed copy of Carl Palmer’s Tarkus, a signed guitar scratch plate from The Darkness, several items from the ever-generous Marillion including a signed drum head, drumsticks and guitar picks, and a copy of their limited edition Ultimate box set of F.E.A.R., a signed copy of Magnum’s Princess Alice and The Broken Arrow, and framed and hand-written lyrics to Kayla from Flying Colours…
There were also amazing items from Steven Wilson including a framed print for his sold-out show at Hammersmith Apollo, limited edition litho prints of the band and the cover image for In Absentia, the fantasy artist Rodney Matthews donated a signed and number copy of his ‘Trinity’ artwork, and from Steve Hackett a rare limited edition and signed copy of his Wolflight 2CD. We cannot begin to express our gratitude at the generosity of some of the biggest names in our music world.
Auction T&Cs – all items will be auctioned on the day, and all successful bids must be settled in full prior to collection, either by cash on instant bank transfer. We are unable to accept card payments or cheques.
Charities We Are Supporting:
CRUK fund scientists, doctors and nurses to help beat cancer sooner, and they also provide cancer information to the public. A number of bodies work together to ensure that they make the best use of the funds they receive and continue to carry out world-class research. Every step CRUK make towards beating cancer relies on every pound donated.
Macmillan Cancer Support provides practical, emotional and personal support to people affected by cancer every year. The charity is there to support people during treatment, help with work and money worries, and listen when people need to talk about their feelings.
TCT make sure young people don’t face cancer alone. They do it by helping young people and their families deal with the many ways that cancer can affect your body, your mind and your life. They do it in partnership with the NHS and by bringing young people together so they can support each other. And they do it from the moment cancer is diagnosed until long after treatment is over.