Getting set for auction action

PUBLISHED: 12:49 24 August 2006 | UPDATED: 14:47 12 May 2010

Jim Bullard with a canteen of cutlery, one of the lots in the Royston Town Centre Forum auction - Pic: Daniel Wilson 1886DW04

Jim Bullard with a canteen of cutlery, one of the lots in the Royston Town Centre Forum auction - Pic: Daniel Wilson 1886DW04

WHAT a lot I ve got. Jim Bullard, who is organising the Royston Town Centre Forum auction, has been overwhelmed by the number of lots he has received during the past weeks. Mr Bullard, of Archers estate agent, said: Businesses have really been supportive

WHAT a lot I've got. Jim Bullard, who is organising the Royston Town Centre Forum auction, has been overwhelmed by the number of lots he has received during the past weeks.

Mr Bullard, of Archers estate agent, said: "Businesses have really been supportive with donations."

The auction will be taking place at The Meridian School, Royston, on Saturday, September 9, at 7.30pm.

The event is to raise cash to help improve the town centre.

Town manager Geraint Burnell said: "The idea is to raise money to expand the activities of the forum."

Tickets costing £3 each are available from Archers, The Stationary Cupboard, in the High Street, Royston, and the Fox and Duck pub, Therfield.


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