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Aylsham auctioneers Keys to host valuation day in Framingham Earl in aid of the Nook, a new children’s hospice

PUBLISHED: 11:08 23 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:08 23 January 2018

An aerial shot of building work commencing on East Anglia's Children's Hospices Nook hospice in Framingham Earl, Norfolk, on December 12, 2017. Picture: MIKE PAGE

An aerial shot of building work commencing on East Anglia's Children's Hospices Nook hospice in Framingham Earl, Norfolk, on December 12, 2017. Picture: MIKE PAGE

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Auctioneers from Aylsham auction house Keys will pay a visit to a village near Norwich for a valuation day in aid of a new children’s hospice.

They will be at the School House in Framingham Earl, south-east of the city, to give visitors the chance to get a maximum of three items valued for £5 per item.

All proceeds will go to the Nook Appeal - East Anglia Children’s Hospice’s fundraiser for a new centre, which is now being built at Framingham Earl.

Judith Sykes, who leads the Nook’s friends group, said: “At this stage of planning, we’d greatly appreciate any donations of items for auction. More valuable items may be considered for auction on a 50/50 basis. We’re also looking for prizes for our surprise tombola, that will be another exciting feature of the event.”

The valuation day, including a silent auction, will take place on Saturday, March 10 from 11am to 3pm.

For more information and to offer items for auction, call 01508 494873, 01508 495320 or email judyannsykes@btinternet.com or jan.motley@btinternet.com.


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