The sum was announced at the end of a six-hour broadcasting marathon on Channel 103 and beat last year’s total by nearly £10,000.
Hundreds of listeners phoned the auction hotline to bid for 172 lots, which ranged from a fresh turkey – which went for £35 – to a VIP day at Southampton Football Club, which went for £1,188.
The auction was presented by 103’s Peter Mac, Chris Halford, Robbie Donnelly and Murray Norton, who were supported by the team of around 30 volunteers from Rotary Club de la Manche, who manned the phones and compiled all the bids.
The lots were divided into batches of seven, with each batch given a 15-minute slot.
With each batch containing a wide variety of lots at a range of prices, the phones were red-hot all day.
11 ‘luscious lots’ were removed from the normal bidding process and listeners had all day to make an offer.
People also had an opportunity to make a silent bid online for the special lots in the week beforehand.