Level 42 superfan sells memorabilia for Havering hospice
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A superfan of the pop rock and jazz funk band Level 42, is selling his coveted memorabilia to raise money for St Francis Hospice.
Julian Hall, 52, has seen the band 59 times, and once got chastised for arriving late at a gig by the bands bassist.
Now he has decided to sell a selection of his memorabilia online, in order to raise money for St Francis, in Broxhill Road, Havering-atte-Bower.
Julian said: “My wife`s best friend, Mary Milchard, was looked after by St Francis when she died of breast cancer about 10 years ago.
“My dad died of bowel cancer as well, although not there, so I’ve an affiliation with St Francis and cancer.”
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Items available for bidding include signed guest passes, thumb tape used by the bassist Mark King, a signed drumstick and signed club flyer.
His items can be bid on by clicking here.
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