The Mayor of Wolverhampton Councillor Sandra Samuels OBE is inviting people to get bidding and support a charity auction which will benefit 3 local good causes.

There are 4 fantastic lots up for grabs, with proceeds being shared between the African-Caribbean Community Initiative (ACCI), Compton Care and Sickle Cell Care.

Lot 1 is a match board from the recent Cazoo Grand Slam of Darts, held at WV Active-Aldersley, signed by many of the players and with a Certificate of Authenticity from the PDC. 

It comes with a bonus item, a tournament programme signed by winner Michael Smith, runner-up Nathan Aspinall and semi-finalists Luke Humphries and Raymond van Barneveld. These were given to the Mayor after she had presented the winner’s trophy at the end of the tournament.

Item 2 is another tournament programme signed by the above 4 players and comes with a letter from the Mayor confirming its provenance.

Item 3 is a new wood fired pizza oven kindly donated by manufacturer Skillcraft Products Ltd worth nearly £300. The Myti Lite model comes with a rain cover and box of firewood to get you cooking straight away. 

Item 4 is framed Wolves style shirt with a Number 8 and Ruben Neves' signature printed on it. Photos of the player and a small plaque are also displayed within the frame, which would grace the walls of any real fan's home.

Bids can be made until Monday afternoon (12 December). Further details of all 4 lots can be found on the Mayor of Wolverhampton's Charitable Fund eBay page

Mayor Councillor Samuels OBE said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to obtain some unique items from the Cazoo Grand Slam of Darts, along with the chance to buy some great Christmas presents. I do encourage people to bid generously as all of the proceeds will benefit my chosen charities, ACCI, Compton Care and Sickle Cell Care, which are excellent local causes to support."