Silent Auction in aid of the RACF

Posted 19/10/16

The Royal Artillery Charitable Fund is holding a silent auction to raise money for the charity.  We are always looking at ways in which we can raise money and the profile of the RA Charitable Fund.  This is turn allows us to assist Gunners, whether serving or retired and their dependants.  We are supported greatly by our regiments and branches and without this support could not help the people that we do.

This year we have been kindly donated some lovely items and are keen for them to go to a good home. If you feel that you could own one of these items then please do get in touch.



Avro Lancaster Mk1 (left) from a painting by Peter Kettle. Shown as ‘S’ for Sugar it was the first RAF heavy bomber to complete 100 operational sorties during World War II.

This aircraft is now preserved at the RAF Museum, Hendon. This print has been signed by Mary Stopes-Roe, daughter of Barnes Wallis.


A complete dolls house with accessories for every room with even spacein the attic with beds and dolls.  It would be an ideal present for a youg girl 

and would be a great addition to their bedroom




two beautiful dolls that are still in their boxes and have never been opened - real collectors peices


Lovely knitted Doll made by one of our branch members


These items will raise funds for the RACF/RAA and all bids are to be sent to  The closing date 9th December 2016 with winners contacted that weak.



Happy Bidding!!


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