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Harrogate fundraisers launch online auction for Macmillan Cancer Support

Harrogate fundraisers launch online auction for Macmillan Cancer Support

Published at 12:08pm 11th December 2017. (Updated at 10:09am 12th December 2017)

An online auction has been launched by two Harrogate fundraisers in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

As part of their '4nationsonegoal' challenge, Alan Williams and Stray FM's Patrick Dunlop are raising much-needed money for the charity's specialist services at Leeds Children's Hospital, which treats youngsters from across Harrogate, Craven and Wharfedale.

Alan and Patrick's original mission was to climb four of the UK's highest mountains in four days.

They started with Scafell Pike in Cumbria, before moving on to Ben Nevis in Scotland, then Slieve Donard in Northern Ireland and finishing with Snowdon in Wales.

However, Alan and Patrick decided to go one better and launch the online auction.

They have teamed up with businesses in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Ilkley to offer these exclusive packages:

  • Kitchen Aid mixer, courtesy of the AGA shop in Harrogate - worth £450.
  • A night for two people, including a bottle of bubbly and breakfast, at the West Park Hotel in Harrogate - worth £350.
  • A two-course set meal for four people, including a bottle of Tattinger Champagne, at the Royal Baths Chinese Restaurant in Harrogate - worth £150.
  • One week's use of a fully equipped motorhome from UHire Motorhomes in Knaresborough - worth £900.
  • Dinner for four people, including wine, on the roof terrace at Gino D'Acampo My Restaurant in Harrogate - worth £300.
  • Dinner for four people, including wine, on the roof terrace at Piccolino Restaurant in Ilkley - worth £300.
  • Flowers for a whole year from Caine Florist in Harrogate - worth £600.

To take part in the online auction, click here.

Bidding closes at midnight on 19 December.

Hear when Beth Parsons from Stray FM's Health and Wellbeing Show talked to Patrick Dunlop about the charity auction. 

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