Goodies ranging from an iPad to theatre tickets, signed Wolves shirt and cases of wines and spirits are up for grabs to the highest bidders - with all proceeds going to good causes.
Mayor Councillor Mike Heap has pulled together a wide selection of exciting auction lots with the funds raised being donated to his chosen charities, Breast Care Nurses Trust Fund, Interfaith Wolverhampton and Mencap Wolverhampton Branch.
The online auction began today (Monday 11 May) and lots include:
- an iPad Air Wi-Fi 16GB
- Virgin Trains First Class return pass for 2 people
- Two tickets to a show at the Grand Theatre
- a meal for 4 at Monmore Green Greyhound Stadium
- Two night stay for 2 at the 4 star Osborne Hotel in Torquay
- contemporary Edinburgh Crystal glass bowl
- a pair of silver candle sticks
- signed Wolverhampton Wanderers FC shirt
- a mixed case of red wine
- a mixed case of white wine
- a mixed case of spirits
- Two bottles of Queens Ale from the Museum Brewing Company, Burton Upon Trent
- Samsung Galaxy S3 mini 8GB
- He Lan Mountain's rock picture and pottery carving of art
- Sadda Haq signed DVD and signed framed photograph
- Fairtrade hamper
- sportswear signed by Commonwealth Games 2014 medal winning cyclist Andy Tennant
- Two Director's Box tickets to a Wolves match at Molineux.
People can find out more about the lots and place bids by logging on to Type=articles;Articleid=6488;Title=Mayor's charity auction 2015;. The auction run until 4pm on Friday (15 May) and winning bidders will be notified shortly after the auction closes.
Councillor Heap said: "This promises to be our biggest charity auction ever, with some tremendous items up for grabs for the highest bidders.
"I'd like to thank all the individuals and organisations who have very kindly donated the lots, and encourage the people of Wolverhampton to get bidding so that we can raise thousands of pounds for 3 very good causes."
- released: Monday 11 May, 2015