Beautiful hand-made dolls’ house goes on sale for charity
24 April 2014
A handmade dolls house will be auctioned by a Bury fund-raiser who has passed more than £17,000 on to charity in the past four years.
A four-storey 4ft tall hand-made dolls’ house
is to go under the hammer to raise cash for charity.
It has been handed over to charity fundraiser Bryan Garnham to sell. He’s an expert in raising money having already brought in £17,000 for charity in the past four years.
The Bury Free Press
reports that people can see the house before they submit a bid.
The pictures are on the newspaper’s website because of course they are copyright and we’re not allowed to reproduce them – so click through to take a look.
It will be sold unfurnished so there’s plenty of chance to use a little imagination and inspiration on deciding what furniture
to add to bring it to life!
All the money raised will go to Guide Dogs, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice and St Nicholas Hospice Care.
The deadline for bids is the end of this month. You can contact Mr Garnham on 01284 787390.