You are bidding on a Used guitar which was part of the X Tour and played by Ed Sheeran, we have proof and video evidence of this.
The guitar has been valued at £20,000 by an independent valuer and can only increase in value
The ‘X’ (or Multiply) Tour was the second world concert tour by English singer-songwriter and musician. Beginning in Osaka, Japan on 6 August 2014, it continued through Europe, the Americas, Oceania and Asia until 12 December 2015, where the tour ended in New Zealand.
In June 2015, the singer announced a documentary would be filmed during the tour’s three sold-out dates at Wembley Stadium.
Everything he touches turns to gold, with Grammy’s, Ivor Novello’s, Brit Awards and a multitude of MTV VMA’s to his credit.
Our X framed guitar was used by Ed on tour is truly amazing one of a kind piece of memorabilia fit for anyone’s music collection.
There is a video clip of Ed Explaining about the guitar on YouTube
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St Andrew’s Hospice is a registered charity (No 1011117 England), employing about 120 staff and supported by more than 500 volunteers. It means we can provide 24-hour care, seven days a week. It currently costs £5.5-million a year to run the hospice, and only 18% is funded by the Government; we rely on the generosity of the public to fund the rest.
Who can refer?
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How many people do we care for?
Each year, we provide care and support for more than 500 patients, both adults and children, and their families, friends and over 200 carers. We have twelve en-suite adult rooms and four rooms for children for overnight stays, and there is accommodation available for families to stay in too. St Andrew’s is also home to a special temperature-controlled bedroom, designed for children to stay with us following death until their funeral, allowing families to say farewell in their own time and in comfort, with staff on hand to provide support and advice.
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We aim to help patients to live well through being as in control of their condition as possible and, where appropriate, achieve the things that are important to you. Following a referral and initial assessment, a plan of support will be agreed for you that best meets your needs. This may be through attending one or more group sessions or one to one support if identified as appropriate, and may involve attending for complementary therapy, physiotherapy, small group work, relaxation or outpatient appointments. Most services offered through the wellbeing programme are time limited and patients will undergo regular reviews to ensure their needs are met in the most appropriate way. There is no charge for the programme. Anyone can refer to the programme by phoning 01472 571282.
Assisted bathing service
Our assisted bathing service is available free of charge for anyone aged 18 or over with a progressive life-limiting illness or palliative care needs, and who have no means of having a bath or shower at home. Patients will be offered up to eight bathing sessions while support is offered to look at longer term solutions.
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