Saturday October 17th 2015 at Potters Bar Golf Club
Canonbury Antiques MD - and Mayor of Hertsmere Borough Council - Martin Worster is pleased to announce our charity antiques roadshow and dinner. The event will be taking place on Saturday 17th October 2015 starting at 6.30 pm at Potters Bar golf club.
(Canonbury Antiques MD was made Major of Hertsmere in May 2015)
We will feature a panel of experts including David Ford (Dickinson's 'Real Deal' and 'Secret Dealers') who will offer free valuations and advice on all your antiques and heirlooms. So book early to avoid disappointment and make sure you bring all your goodies on the night.
(Antiques expert David Ford)
All proceeds from the evening will go towards Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and the Alzheimer's Society. The Mayor and Mayoress will of course both be attending.
Tickets can be obtained from:
Lisa Wells, Mayors Office, Hertsmere Borough Council, Civic Offices, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, WD6 1WA / Tel 0208 2707477 - or get in touch via the website and we can help you out.
We look forward to seeing you on this fun night.
Canonbury Antiques Showroom Video Tour:
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