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Paul's Weller Offers Up His Signed Balls For Charity Auction!


Paul Weller has provided a one of a kind signed Christmas ornament for auction as part of the campaign for men's cancer charity, Orchid. Bidding is open right now over at eBay! 100% of the final sale proceeds go directly to the charity.

Check Your Bauballs!
‘Check your Bauballs’ is an initiative in partnership with men’s cancer charity Orchid, designed to encourage men across the UK to frequently check themselves. Join in the Christmas bravado this year, by bidding on a limited pair of celebrity signed Bauballs for your Christmas tree! Every penny raised will be donated to fighting male cancer. For more information, visit www.checkyourbauballs.com

Bauballs are also available in store and online at House of Fraser. Visit www.houseoffraser.co.uk

Paul Weller signed Bauballs
Paul Weller is a successful solo artist and renowned British singer-songwriter.  He started his musical career in the late 70s in The Jam before moving on to play in The Style Council, a much more soulful group.


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  1. Great idea to auction these for a great cause and they took the place of the fairy on the Christmas tree this year, lol.

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