Dignity in Dying invites you to win dinner for two with Sir Terry Pratchett

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June 7th, 2012

Terry PratchettDinner for two with Sir Terry Pratchett at an exclusive Private Member’s Club in London

Meet the legendary author Sir Terry Pratchett and pick his brains over dinner for two at an exclusive Private Member’s Club in London. You’ll also receive a signed copy of his latest book. (Please note: dinner will be on Sir Terry, but travel and accommodation is not included. Mutually convenient time and date will be worked out once bidding closes.)

About the Auction

Dignity in Dying invites you to our unique online auction Bidding For Choice 2012.

Our Patrons, including Sirs Patrick Stewart and Terry Pratchett, have got together to raise awareness of our campaign to end needless suffering at the end of life. On offer at auction are: treasured personal items, film and TV- memorabilia, signed books and film scripts, and even a dinner date at an exclusive Private Member’s Club in London! Each donation has been specially selected and you have just 3 weeks before the bidding window closes. So if you want the chance to get your hands on a first-edition signed Ian McEwan book, or George Melly’s historic Jazz award from 1960, don’t delay or miss out – view our lots at Dignity in Dying’s Bidding For Choice 2012.

 About Dignity in Dying

Dignity in Dying is a national campaign and membership organisation. With our 25,000 supporters we advocate greater choice and control to alleviate suffering at the end of life, including the option of an assisted death for terminally ill mentally competent adults. More information on our campaign to legalise assisted dying can be found on our Facebook Page and website.

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Comments for: Dignity in Dying invites you to win dinner for two with Sir Terry Pratchett

  1. Gordon says:

    Would have been nice to have seen the dinner with Sir Terry as a good old British raffle, I do understand the need of the charity to gain as much fundage as possible :} but it does exclude average joe from getting the once in a lifetime chance to meet this amazing man.

  2. karl hayes says:

    great books hope i win

  3. Jan Crosbie says:

    Agree, would be nice to meet the great man. But just like the Children in Need auctions on the radio, I have no chance. Yet proportionately, based on income, I’ve probably contributed more to charity than most winners in this type of auction. Quite sad, as my Dad had dementia, at a time when no help was available, or not available to us – ” you can look after him” being the consensus. I totally support Sir Terry in his efforts to bring Alzheimer’s and dementia to public attention. But it would have been nice to participate in the campaign for Dignity in Dying – I can’t risk a direct debit, so I only these days contribute to charity as a one off cash donation. That said, the disc world series is a great achievement and I just wish I could tell him so personally.

  4. Keith says:

    I’d have liked to meet Terry as his books have helped me through serious depression; maybe even saved me from suicide, but as i’m living on disability benefits i won’t be able to bid; i’d have no chance of winning. I feel that many might be in the same position. Couldn’t this be a straight lottery with the proceeds going to the campaign? I.E., a number could be purchased for a sum anyone could afford then a straight forward “out of the hat” type draw could give everyone a chance to win.

    • Madeleine says:

      I have a similar gratitude to Sir Terry and hope that he’s aware of how valuable we consider his books.