(From left) Tracey Clarke with Oakley, Nick Joad and Anthony Wadey.
A team of antiques experts will be offering visitors free valuations between 17th and 21st February at the Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre. Customers using the service will be asked to make a donation for the Worthing branch of the Guild Dogs For the Blind as up to 5 experienced specialists consider the value of objects ranging from paintings to pots, clocks to coins or silver and silver plate cutlery to coffee sets.
Nick Joad, Haskins General Manager said that he hopes that the special Valuation Week will give people in the area the opportunity to get an expert opinion and specialist advice on anything old within the area’s most modern garden centre.
Tracey Clarke, a local volunteer for the Worthing Guide Dogs, who attended a photo opportunity with her dog Oakley, said that she was delighted that the team including Anthony Wadey, General Expert from Castle Antiques of Bramber and Haskins, had chosen the event to fundraise for their charity.
Anyone wishing to support the charity can find more information by visiting www.facebook.com/worthingguidedogs