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UNICEF auction prizes: tickets for the Ryder Cup and join our fashion team

This week we are offering two great "lots" in the Unicef auction to raise money to help the children of the Commonwealth.

The first is the chance for one lucky bidder and guest to get their hands on the most sought-after passes in sport, the final day of the Ryder Cup 2014 (September 28) at Gleneagles.

The event is completely sold out and this unbelievable prize will delight any sport fan.

Not only will you be able to witness all the drama of the final day of the Ryder Cup 2014 but you will also help Unicef provide life-saving food and vaccines, and give thousands of children around the world a chance of healthier and happier lives.

The auction lot includes two Ryder Cup 2014 final day passes on September 28, which will be mailed to the highest bidder two-three weeks prior to the event.

We will require a scanned photo ID for each of the two people attending and a postal address.

You can even give this "lot" as a gift, with prior approval from Unicef UK.

Bidding lines are now open. To bid simply follow the link at the bottom of this panel.

The second "lot" is the chance for you and a friend to join the Sunday Herald's fashion team on a location shoot later this year.

The successful bidder and a guest of their choice will go on location with our fashion editor, photographer, model and stylists for a feature on the new season styles.

They will be involved in the shoot and will help edit the photographs for the feature which will appear in our Sunday Herald Life magazine.

The prize can be collected at a mutually agreeable date this year.

Bidding lines are now open. Again, to bid, follow the link at the bottom of this panel.

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