The Brentford players have certainly come up trumps this Christmas by generously donating some amazing items for the Beesotted Christmas Bees-Up with Lloyd Owusu and Darren Powell auction to raise money for a charity. Two charities have been nominated – Cardiac Arrest In The Young (CRY) – the designated charity for Brentford Director of Football Rob Rowan who sadly died last month from a heart condition – and the Hounslow Food Bank.
Thank you so much.
We have also been approached by several fans, who have kindly given us some treasured items to auction, as well as our friends at Fullers, who have once again excelled themselves by hosting the Beesotted Xmas Bees-up in their world famous brewery and also contributing some excellent prizes. The auction will take place during our Bees-Up event on Friday evening, with special guests Lloyd Owusu and Darren Powell helping to raise funds for these good causes.
If you are not planning on joining us at the Bees-Up (ticket information here or click the button below) but would like to make a bid in advance on any of the items listed, please e-mail us at email@example.com, or via Twitter @beesotted, and make an offer.
Some of the items listed are very special indeed, and we will put a reserve on many of the players’ items, to make sure the right price is reached… this is selection of what’s up for grabs with a suggested starting/reserve bid.
- Signed boots from Sergi Canos, Alan Judge, Chris Mepham (£100 per pair)
- Henrik Dalsgaard’s match worn “Poppy” shirt signed by Henrik (£100)
- Goalkeeper’s gloves signed by Dan Bentley (£50)
- Josh Clarke away shirt signed by Josh (£50)
- Pair of Henrik Dalsgaard`s boots signed by Henrik (£100)
- “Vintage” black away number 6 shirt signed by Harlee Dean (£50)
- Signed football from the London Football Awards in March 2018 (signed by Dean Smith, Richard O’Kelly, Simon Royce, Dan Bentley, Romaine Sawyers, Josh Clarke, Ryan Sessegnon, David Seaman, Les Ferdinand, Roy Hodgson, Sol Campbell, Kelly Smith, Bob Wilson, Gary Mabbutt and Andy Sinton) (£100)
- Signed gloves from Luke Daniels (£50)
- Lewis MacLeod’s issued Poppy shirt signed by the Squad (£100)
- A pair of boots signed by Julian Jeanvier (£75)
- Martin Allen’s training top (£40)
- Framed GMB 1999 Division Two Champions shirt signed by the whole team (£200)
There will be plenty more items auctioned on Friday night with some items only available at the venue, and all Brentford fans are welcome to join us. Tickets are still available by clicking here.
With the last few Beesotted Bees-Ups each raising over £1k on the night for charities such as Prostate Cancer, CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) and The British Legion, we’re confident once again that this event will be a roaring success.
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