We don't normally do this sort of thing, but it's for a top notch cause, and one we're fully on board with, The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. They're offering you the chance to bid on a superb day out enjoying Marin O'Neill's debut at the Stadium of Light this weekend. One not to be passed up, so read here...
A once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy Martin O'Neill's managerial debut at the Stadium of Light and help the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation has unexpectedly arisen.
Sunderland AFC kindly donated a Stadium of Light VIP experience for this weekend's game to Sir Bobby's Breakthrough Auction, the online auction which recently raised over £200,000 for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
However, due to unforeseen circumstances the winner of the lot is now unable to attend the game, which will now go to the highest bidder.
The VIP match experience includes a private box and balcony for 10 people for Sunderland v Blackburn Rovers a buffet meal served in the box before kick-off, use of the Magic Moments Bar pre and post match (drinks not included), a match day programme per person and two car park passes for the fixture.
The match is a 1.30pm kick off on Sunday 11 December and previously attracted a winning bid of £1,200. Bids must be submitted via email to email@example.com and the highest bid received by noon Thursday 8 December will win the lot.
For more information please call Liz Luff on 0772 5878 928 and please note payment will be required immediately - thank you.
Since Sir Bobby and Lady Elsie launched the charity in 2008, the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation has raised over £3.5 million to help find more effective treatments for cancer.
It funds projects within the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which directly benefit cancer patients from across the north east and Cumbria, including the clinical trials of drugs at the Sir Bobby Robson Cancer Trials Research Centre.
So get yourself bidding, and enjoy a great day out. Head to http://www.sirbobbyrobsonfoundation.org.uk for further updates from the foundation.