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Charity Auction update

Dear Members Well what can I say! Last week I sent out an email asking for help with the Charity Auction and within hours I received what must be the most exciting and generous donation in recent years. Shirley and Simon Pinner, Shirley Anne, have offered a week in their spectacular villa in La Manga, Spain. The cheapest price for this villa, off peak, is in the region of £3600 per week! This spacious villa sits in its own grounds with huge wrap around terraces and a swimming pool. It sleeps 14 with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms. It also has a games room with snooker, table tennis and darts, an indoor gym and BBQ area. The nearest airport is Murcia about 30 mins away and there is a vast choice of beaches within a 10 minute drive. The villa is situated on the La Manga Club resort which boasts an array of shops, restaurants, bars and three championship golf courses.

My description doesn't do it justice so click on this link below for more details... 

The Auction will be held on Sunday the 4th August so why not get together now with a group of friends or family members and be ready to place your bid for a luxurious week in La Manga. The villa is available for one week but is not available during private school holidays. If you require any further information regarding the villa please let me know. A huge thank you to Simon and Shirley for their support. Kind regards Robin Bartropp Commodore The Windsor Yacht Club 

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