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Daniel’s online auction for Shelly’s Smile and CLIC Sargent




Some of the celebrity items being auctioned by Daniel Turner for his Shelly's Smile fund raising
Some of the celebrity items being auctioned by Daniel Turner for his Shelly's Smile fund raising

A fascinating collection of celebrity items have been collected by Daniel Turner from Moreton Hall as part of his fund-raising for CLIC Sargent.

Daniel, who works as an electrician for Norfolk and Suffolk NHS, wants to raise funds for the charity which supported his fiancée Shelly Dring who lost her life to cancer aged 24 in 2009.

Daniel is aiming to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for CLIC Sargent and needs to raise £4,000. This endeavour follows a skydive, the London Marathon and taking part in the Spartan races all for the Shelly’s Smile charity which Daniel set up after her death.

Among the items he has collected for the online auction, which went live on Friday, are signed items from Eastenders, a signed Fulham football shirt, a tour of Newcastle United football ground, signed DVDs of Little Britain and Derek, a Formula 1 model safety car signed by Bernie Ecclestone, signatures from Russell Brand, Olly Muirs, Judi Dench, Boris Johnson, Colin Firth, Sir Chris Hoy, Sir Ian McKellan and EastEnders cast members and many others.

Already an event held by Mildenhall Fen Tigers has raised £710 towards Shelly’s Smile.

Daniel said Shelly and her family received vital support from CLIC Sargent during the later stages of her cancer and after her death.

To see more of the celebrity items on offer go to Daniel’s eBay site Theowls84 and place your bid. The auction runs until October 13.



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