TV auctioneer David Palmer to wield his gavel at charity auction to raise funds for ADeC

TV auctioneer David Palmer will put the lots under the hammer

TV auctioneer David Palmer will put the lots under the hammer - Credit: Archant

Fancy pulling a pint, being a radio weather announcer or having a cookery master class in your own home?

David Palmer

David Palmer - Credit: Archant

These are just some of the quirky lots on offer at a fund raising auction being staged by ADeC later this month.

TV auctioneer David Palmer - known for his natty waistcoats on programmes such as Flog It! and Cash in the Attic - will be wielding his gavel at the event held at The Maltings in Ely.

The auction takes place during a night of award-winning and nominated short films, on Sunday November 17, starting at 8pm.

There are more than 30 items on offer, from pulling your own pint (plus a round of drinks for you and your friends) at Ely’s micro-pub the Liberty Belle, a pair of cinema tickets every month for a year, and the chance to be your chance to be a weather girl or boy on Star Radio.


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The Old Hall at Stuntney has donated an afternoon tea and a night’s bed and breakfast at their beautiful Jacobean Manor, which has breathtaking views across to Ely Cathedral.

Caroline Cawley from ADeC said: “We’ve had some impressive donations from local businesses and individuals, including some great artwork. The full auction catalogue is now online, so even if you can’t make the event, you can still put in a bid.

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“It’s your chance to grab a bargain and support ADeC. All the proceeds from the evening will go to support the charity which runs Ely Cinema, The Babylon Gallery, Arts in Cambs on tour and many community projects.”

Tickets for the event cost £5. Auction lots can be seen on line at www.adec.org.uk and advance bids can be made by calling 01353 616991 or email: caroline.cawley@adec.org.uk

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