Robbie Williams memorabilia up for auction for Dougie Mac

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Robbie Williams memorabilia is to be auctioned off to raise money for a Stoke-on-Trent charity.

Among the lots up for sale are signed and framed gold album awards, artwork and a pair of custom-designed Adidas golf shoes.

Proceeds will go to Blurton-based Dougie Mac for his appeal to create a £22,300 sensory room for children and young adults.

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Bidding started last Friday (February 11) and will end at 9 p.m. Sunday (February 20).

The pop megastar’s mother, Jan Williams, told the BBC that Robbie was only too happy to help.

She said, “He was really, really happy to see them go.”

Items up for auction include a signed and framed gold prize for single Love Supreme and two paintings previously in Robbie’s home.



A signed and framed gold award for the album Sing When You’re Winning is among the items sold

The most popular lot is Robbie’s Gold Prize for The Ego Has Landed, which currently has a bid of £700.

Jan said: “[Staff came] with that and I think that’s a really great idea because in the last two years we haven’t had much luck getting money, because of what’s going on with Covid. “

Port Vale fan Robbie is due to return to his hometown for a gig at Vale Park in June.

Jan added: “He loves Stoke-on-Trent, he loves the Vale, he loves where he’s lived.”

Other lots up for auction include a Harvey Nichols basket, a bespoke vase and a signed autobiography by Craig Revel Horwood.



A pair of Adidas golf shoes custom designed for Robbie Williams are also up for auction

A Dougie Mac spokesperson said: “From Dom Perignon Vintage 2010, Jonathan Ross Show audience tickets to signed Robbie Williams memorabilia or a mini Scottish break – there’s something for everyone.

“By bidding in our auction you’ll be helping raise vital funds for Dougie Mac, plus you get the bonus of getting a fabulous item – it’s a win-win situation for all.

“Last year, the merger of Donna Louise with Dougie Mac was a historic achievement. The unification of services for adults, young adults and children now allows us to operate as one hospice, across two sites and in the community, ensuring residents and their families continue to receive exceptional care for as long as they need it.

“Funds raised will help create and equip Dougie Mac’s new young adult sensory room with items to spark young imaginations and create fun times.”

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