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Call to dig out treasures in Angmering

Tracey Clarke, a volunteer for the Worthing Guide Dogs, is pictured with Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre general manager Nick Joad and Anthony Wadey, of Castle Antiques, Bramber

Tracey Clarke, a volunteer for the Worthing Guide Dogs, is pictured with Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre general manager Nick Joad and Anthony Wadey, of Castle Antiques, Bramber

VISITORS to an Angmering garden centre are being invited to dig out their family treasures and take them along to valuation days next month.

The Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre is hosting the valuation sessions by experts from Castle Antiques, Bramber, from February 17-21.

The valuations are free, but donations will be requested in aid of the Worthing branch of Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Up to five experienced specialists will be on hand to cast their expert eyes over objects ranging from paintings to pots, clocks to coins and silver and silver plate cutlery to coffee sets.

Tracey Clarke, of Worthing Guide Dogs, attended the launch for the sessions, and thanked Castle Antiques and Haskins for their support.

 

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