Willen Hospice Christmas Auction
Monday, November 12th
Our Christmas Auction goes live for 10 days from Monday 12th November 2018. It’s a perfect time to grab a Christmas bargain! You won't believe the amazing prices on individual items when you visit our eBay store. We will have a huge selection of high-quality items for you to bid on, ranging from hotel stays, hampers, family days out and unforgettable experiences to match tickets and the latest gifts for children.
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5 Douglas House
The event runs from 12:00am to 11:55pm on the following dates.
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