Ed Sheeran continues to be one of the nicest guys on the planet, as he’s helping to raise money for a local children’s charity.
The singer-songwriter has donated handwritten lyrics from his song Perfect to a Suffolk charity.
Some of the other Ed memorabilia up for grabs is a handmade You Need Me EP from 2009 and a £3 ticket to his first ever gig at the British Legion in Framlingham.
These are incredibly rare and Ed is hoping it’ll raise plenty of funds for the charity.
He’s even parting ways with some of his beloved Lego bricks he played with as a kid.
If you fancy a massive picture of Ed to go in your living room, a huge portrait painted by Colin Davidson is up for grabs too.
The superstar singer is being helped by his parents John, 63 and Imogen, 60, following on from the Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition that is currently taking place in Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich.
John said: “We are so pleased that the auction will create important, lasting legacies. Proceeds will help to improve the quality of care and wellbeing for children and young adults across the county of Suffolk and beyond. Imogen and I send our thanks to everyone who has organised, supported and donated to the auction. We cannot think of a better legacy for the exhibition to leave.”
Other celebs have made donations too, including David Beckham, Usain Bolt, Ben Stokes and Shane Warne.
If you fancy memorabilia from someone other than Ed, you’re in luck as Damien Hirst, Pink Floyd, Richard Curtis, Anne-Marie, Bill Wyman are also auctioning items, plus meet and greets with Keane and Duran Duran, plus VIP tickets to events including the BRIT Awards 2021, and the Grammys.
The auction is running until November 8th, and it’s being run by the GeeWizz Charity.
What a good egg.
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