An Evening With Downton Abbey

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A unique event in aid of the Chilterns MS Centre.

Running in conjunction with a dinner and dance at Hedsor House where many of the Downton Abbey cast such as Tom Branson, Mr Carson, Lady Mary, Mrs Hughes, Daisy and others will be in attendance, BidSpotter is hosting a timed online auction with all profits going directly towards helping people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Amongst the lots for Downton fans at auction via BidSpotter are:


  • ‘Upstairs’ Champagne Afternoon Tea
    At The Dorchester with ‘Lady Mary’ and ‘Branson’. The successful bidder and his or her guest will enjoy the company of not one but two Downton Abbey actors. Allen Leech, who plays under butler Tom Branson and Michelle Dockery, a Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated English actress and singer, best known for her role in Downton Abbey as Lady Mary Crawley.
  • A set visit to Ealing Studios
    Lunch with the cast of Downton Abbey for 4 people. The prize includes an exclusive behind the scenes look at filming, meeting the cast and crew as well as lunch on set

For non Downton fans theres also:

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative condition and the most common cause of neurological disability in young adults, although it can be contracted at any age. MS is endlessly variable, totally unpredictable and can lead to a loss of independence, severe disability and isolation. At the Chilterns MS Centre they treat more than 280 people every week and have between 8 and 10 new patients registering every month. They rely on fundraising activity and the generous support of people like you to keep providing a vital and valuable range of services. BidSpotter is proud to partner with the Chiltern MS Centre for this unique online timed auction.

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