Harry Styles, David Beckham and Rod Stewart among stars selling off items for Scottish cancer charity

Harry Styles, David Beckham and Sir Rod Stewart are among a host of big-name stars auctioning off items for a Scots cancer charity.
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Cahonas Scotland is selling off clothing worn by famous faces from film, TV, music and sport.

The money raised by the auction will go towards supporting the charity, which is dedicated to raising awareness of testicular cancer.

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Items up for grabs include scarves from Styles, Beckham and Stewart.

Harry Styles is auctioning off items for a cancer charity.Harry Styles is auctioning off items for a cancer charity.
Harry Styles is auctioning off items for a cancer charity.

Other stars selling off clothing include Simon Pegg, Benedict Cumberbatch, Graham Norton and Roger Federer.

All of the personal items have been signed by the celebrities for the auction, which runs until November 29.

More than 2,400 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer every year – around six every day – but if caught early enough, the chances of curing the condition are as high as 98%.

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Ritchie Marshall, Cahonas founder, came up with the idea for the auction to encourage men to “loosen up” and talk more openly about testicular cancer, something which he says can save lives.

He said: “I am truly amazed and so grateful for so many of the world’s best-loved and well-known celebrities to pledge their support to the Cahonas Celebrity Loosen Up Auction 2020.

“It shows just how seriously everybody takes the need to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

“Testicular cancer can have devastating effects for men and their families – but it doesn’t have to.”

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For more information about the Loosen Up Auction, including how to donate, visit the Cahonas website at cahonasscotland.org/loosen-up-auction.

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