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James Bond star Daniel Craig has donated signed Bond memorabilia to a charity auction designed to raise funds for servicemen and women injured in action.

The auction will take place on February 7 at St John Fisher Catholic School in Harrogate, England, with all proceeds going to Help for Heroes to aid forgotten soldiers injured on active service.

As well as Craig’s items, the auction will also feature unique lots such as a VIP race day at the York Races as well as a three course meal and champagne from Skybet, and a part from a Formula 1 Williams racing car signed by F1 drivers Nico Roseberg and Kazuki Nakajima. There are also concert tickets to see Lemar at Sheffield City Hall, a £200 Azendi jewelry voucher, a print from Yorkshire artist Neil Simone and a stay in Harrogate’s White Hart Hotel.

Tickets cost £5, and are available from the school by calling 01423 818 447.

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