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Cufflinks designed by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen to be auctioned for Tenovus

Tenovus, Wales’ leading cancer charity, will be kicking off their 70th birthday celebrations in style later this month at their Annual Dinner on March 22.

To mark this special occasion, Tenovus patron and celebrity designer, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, has teamed up with Diamond Centre of Wales to design a bespoke pair of 18 carat white gold cufflinks which will be auctioned live on the night of the dinner, this year held at City Hall, Cardiff.

The cufflinks, named Ravenheart, each contain 24 black diamonds plus a further 10 flush white diamonds amounting to 3.16 carats in weight.

Ita McNeil-Jones, Corporate Events Fundraiser at Tenovus, said :

"Laurence and the Diamond Centre of Wales are fantastic supporters and I am delighted they are once again part of our celebrations. It’s great for us to be able to offer such a one of a kind prize."

Director of Diamond Centre of Wales, Kelvin James, said:

"It’s our pleasure to support Tenovus and we jumped at the chance to collaborate with Laurence for such a good cause. It’s been great fun working with Laurence and importantly, the Ravenheart cufflinks will help raise vital funds for Tenovus in their 70th birthday year."

If you aren’t able to attend the event you are still able to place a bid on these unique, one off cuff links. To place your bid, visit tenovus.org.uk, contact Eleri Bateman at Tenovus on 029 2076 8860 or email eleri.bateman@tenovus.org.uk.

 

For further information contact the Communications team on 02920 768899 / will.barker@tenovus.org.uk

Notes to editors:

- Ravenheart Cufflinks full details. Details are for the set: 26.8 grams of 18 ct white gold, 2 x 6.4 round fine black diamonds equating to 2.21 ct, 48 x 1.2mm round black diamonds equating to 0.4 ct, 16 x 2mm round black diamonds equating to 0.48 ct

- The Tenovus 70th Birthday Dinner is being held at City Hall, Cardiff and will be hosted by ITV Wales Newsreader Andrea Byrne.

- At Tenovus our aims are simple: to help prevent, treat and find a cure for cancer.  In doing that we offer support, advice and treatment, information on prevention and funding for research to improve outcomes for people living with cancer.  We do this where it is needed most – right at the heart of the community.

For more information visit tenovus.org.uk


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