Homeless Veterans Appeal: Charity auction part 4

Sit down on election night and crack open a bottle of whisky signed by the Prime Minister

Homeless Veterans Campaign
Monday 19 January 2015 11:22
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For those who missed out on lots in our three previous auctions, now comes a final opportunity to bid for a money-can’t buy offer.

A bottle of House of Commons Scotch whisky has been kindly donated by the Prime Minister and can now be yours. Signed by David Cameron himself, as well as the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, the whisky is matured and blended by Gordon & MacPhail of Elgin, a family-run company with over a hundred years’ experience in creating the finest Scotches. It is fruity and mellow with a hint of spice; perfect for a winter’s evening or to toast democracy on election night in May.

With special House of Commons labelling and the signatures of the two most powerful politicians in Britain, this is a unique bottle.

To bid for the bottle, please email auction@independent.co.uk using the subject line ‘Whisky Bid’. In the body of your email tell us the figure you would like to bid and give your name, a contact telephone number and postal address. Bidding is now open and will end at midday on Friday 23 January. Any bids received after that time will not be accepted. In the event that there are two or more equal high bids, the managing editor shall determine the ‘winning bid’ by drawing a name out of a hat.

For full terms and conditions please visit http://www.homelessveterans.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/. The managing editor’s decision is final.

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