Former England Rugby captain Mike Tindall and his wife Zara hosted celebrities including Ronan Keating, Kenny Dalglish, and Jamie Dornan for a day of golf to raise important funds for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust and The Matt Hampson Foundation. After 100 guests teed off from the famous Brabazon Course, they enjoyed a dinner followed by a live and silent auction. Electronic bidding was chosen as the guest list consisted of a number of high-profile names and to create a competitive bidding atmosphere. A live auction also ran alongside by Jonny Gould during the evening.

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  • “Thank you for all your help with the silent auction. It ran very smoothly and we are very grateful. You guys were an absolute pleasure to work with, you really were. Thank you!”Autumn Phillips, Event Organiser at MT13
  • " Superstars organised and ran our auction for us at our recent Fundraising Gala and did an excellent job. Previously we'd done this ourselves but Superstars took away all the pressure from the organising team and exceeded all expectations. We look forward to using them again in the future."Brian Howells
  • "Superstars provided the silent auction for our 50th Anniversary Ball and we were delighted with their whole operation. From James' communication, the fully branded brochures, quality and range of fabulous prizes, and their presence on the night, we didn't need to worry about one thing. I would very happily recommend Superstars if you want one less stress at your event!"H Hawkins

Mike Tindall Golf Day

Superstars had the pleasure to be able to support Mike Tindalls Golf Day raising funds for two incredible charities The Cure Parkinson’s Trust and The Matt Hampson Foundation. The event was a complete success with over £150,000 raised for charity!

The auction was a huge success raising over £150,000 in total. The live auction consisted of an array of ‘money can’t’ buy prizes. The silent auction had a superb selection at a lower price, the best selling item in the silent auction was a pair of 0.5ct Diamond Earrings which raised £925.