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18 November 2016

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Bid on a shirt and help us raise money for the Royal British Legion

The Bedfordshire Royal British Legion were at Kenilworth Road on Saturday for our match against Accrington Stanley, and once more, supporters dug deep to help raise money this fantastic charity helping to raise a massive £1068 on the day.

As in previous seasons, the team wore shirts emblazoned with the poppy emblem, commemorating those service men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. 

We are now offering the match-worn poppy shirts as lots in our annual silent auction to raise even more money for the Royal British Legion.

These match worn shirts are extremely rare and collectible, so please bid generously.

The shirts of each of the players involved in the match against Accrington Stanley are available for auction. Some of the players also had a second shirt - for the second half of the match, and these too are available to bid on. Each of the shirts is signed by the individual player. Both of Skipper Scott Cuthbert's shirts will be signed by the whole squad.

This year, we are also able to offer the match ball as a special extra lot for auction.

It's easy to take part - just follow these simple instructions:
  1. Decide which of the shirts you would like to bid on.
    You can bid on as many shirts as you like, just complete the form again for subsequent bids.
  2. Decide how much you want to bid.
    The more you bid - the more likely you are to win the shirt.
  3. Click here to fill out this simple form, and click submit.
Please note that by submitting the form you are agreeing to pay the full amount of your bid should you win.

Unfortuantely we are only able to accept bids from people with a UK address. Click here to download the full terms and conditions.

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