Auction winners 2009

The results of The Independent's 2009 Christmas charity auction are in. A fantastic £38,836.11 was raised, with the proceeds being divided between Actionaid, Computer Aid International and Peace Direct. Many thanks for their generosity to all our readers who bid



LOT 1 A Day at the Paper

J Haywood, £1,070

LOT 2 Bowled Over

K Hoy, £1,020

LOT 3 Lunch on the House

C Burke, £510

LOT 4 Special Assignment

J Calvert, £1,400

LOT 5 A Foreign Field

D Monaghan, £2,550

LOT 6 Bite the Big Apple

H Timothy, £535

LOT 7 The Full Hix

D Monaghan, £843.98

LOT 8 I'm getting a Hint of Wet Badger...

D Monaghan, £740

LOT 9 I'll Have What She's Having F Eliel, £535

LOT 10 How does Your Garden Grow? A Sandall, £2,550

LOT 11 Dog Day Afternoon

J Edwards, £510

LOT 12 Wheels of Fire

S Wittenberg, £670

LOT 13 First Person

J Fox, £1,850

LOT 14 The Axeman Cometh

L Fraser, £850

LOT 15 First Night

D Lloyd, £410

LOT 16 Hold the Front Page

R Leigh, £180

LOT 17 Credit Crunch

T Lewis, £896

LOT 18 Literary Lizards

H Rayner, £460

LOT 19 War and Peace

L Van Gaasbeek, £2,400

LOT 20 Eastern Promises

L Pay, £1,021

LOT 21 On the Grapevine

T Lally, £920

LOT 22 On the Ball

V Lee, £780

LOT 23 Lunch with the Editor

D Lloyd, £470

LOT 24 Pandora's Big Night

Anonymous, £517

LOT 25 Snapped

K Davies, £415

LOT 26 Action Pack

M Du Plessis, £520

LOT 27 Young King Cole

D Hawkes, £1,025

LOT 28 Starter for Ten

L Van Gaasbeek, £410

LOT 29 Spice Invader

P Barham, £500

LOT 30 Steel Lives

J Irvine, £620

LOT 31 Riding Shotgun

J Brown, £3,950

LOT 32 Sacred Cowes

J Giandinoto, £820

LOT 33 The Agony of it

C Kearon, £320

LOT 34 The Make-up Makeover

T Lewis, £411.12

LOT 35 Absolutely Frankelous

Anonymous, £940

LOT 36 Calling the 'Toon

J Wildash, £430

LOT 37 Tea with her Emin-ence

A Spaulding, £2,051

LOT 38 Ballet Shoes

D McLernon, £723

LOT 39 At Home With the Gallaghers

A Bissland, £1,343.01

LOT 40 Love Games

C Owen, £670

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