Lots on offer to boost fund for Georgia

By Tristan Harris Thursday 29 November 2012 Updated: 29/11 15:58

AN AUCTION, karaoke and disco night will be held at 7.30pm tomorrow night (Friday) at Millfields Social Club to raise funds for Hope For Georgia.

Among the lots are a variety of pieces of sporting memorabilia, including an Aston Villa shirt signed by the players, a signed Gabriel Agbonlahor Villa shirt, a boxing glove signed by Amir Khan and Danny Garcia, a signed Liverpool shirt and a signed picture of Ricky Hatton.

Other officially signed lots include a Norman Wisdom programme and book, an Amy McDonald CD, a Pixie Lott album and The Levellers’ silk screen artwork.

There is also jewellery - earrings, rings and a bracelet - vouchers for various restaurants and tickets to festivals available.

For the full list of lots, visit http://hopeforgeorgiaauction.yolasite.com/

The Hope For Georgia campaign was launched to help Georgia Almquest who has cerebral palsy, which means she is unable to hold her head up, sit or crawl.

More than £20,000 has been raised so far to send the two-year-old to America for specialist stem-cell treatment which will improve her quality of life and, doctors have said, provide her with her only chance of walking.

Further fund-raising is taking place as Georgia may need a further stem-cell treatment.

For more on the campaign, type Hope for Georgia into Facebook, visit www.justgiving.com/HOPE-FOR-GEORGIA or call Natalie on 07407 672443.

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