Celebrities support hospice fundraiser

AUTOGRAPHS by Keira Knightley, Sir Terry Wogan, Ewan McGregor and Gordon Ramsay will be among hundreds to be auctioned off at a Suffolk community centre.

Hollie-Rae Merrick

AUTOGRAPHS by Keira Knightley, Sir Terry Wogan, Ewan McGregor and Gordon Ramsay will be among hundreds to be auctioned off at a Suffolk community centre.

Hundreds of signed celebrity photos will be up for grabs at Eye Community Centre to raise vital funds for East Anglian Children's Hospices (EACH).

The celebrity auction, which is set to take place on November 7, will include photos of Matt Lucas, Harry Enfield, Bill Oddie and Joan Collins.


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The auction will also include a selection of celebrity-signed football shirts, records and CDs.

Pauline Manson, of Diss Friends Group, said: “I would encourage as many people as possible to come and support East Anglian Children's Hospices by attending the Celebrity Autograph Auction.

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“It's a great local charity, which we are proud to support, and we hope people will come along to this great event, pick up some really good bargains and raise funds too.“

Danielle Clarke, EACH community fundraising co-ordinator for South Norfolk and Norwich, said: “We have been overwhelmed by the amount of support we have received from celebrities and we are really looking forward to seeing the lots go under the hammer to raise funds for EACH.”

EACH provides care and support for life-threatened children and their families in their own homes, as well as at the charity's hospices based in Ipswich, Quidenham in Norfolk and Milton in Cambridge.

The Charity Autograph Auction is set to take place on November 7, at Eye Community Centre, from 10am.

Entry is free but if you do register before the day you get a free bacon roll.

Postal bids can be sent to St Michaels Cottage, PO Box 1267, Bunham Road, Quidenham, NR16 2WP.

For more information visit www.each.org

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