The Constitutional Hall c.1895 - Pictured here soon after it was built in 1890 at a cost of approximately £6,000, the hall was used for public meetings, dances and entertainments, and could seat approximately 700 people. A large building for its time it was the natural venue for political meetings and debates and in 1905 Clifford Spain, the Walton-on-Thames cinema entrepreneur began his career by staging regular film shows here turning the building into the town's first cinema. During WWII the building was used by the local school to accommodate extra pupils evacuated from London. After 100 years the Trustees sold the Hall and it was subsequently purchased by Wellers Auctioneers as their flagship auction house.
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Opening Times / Valuations Days
Monday 3.30pm - 6.30pm, Tuesday from 8.00am (Trade, Retail & Unclaimed Property)
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 10.00am to 4.00pm (Fine Art, Jewellery & Antiques)
From Gatwick, exit from the M25 at junction 11, then continue to follow signs for Chertsey on St. Peter's Way A317, then onto Chertsey Rd then Eastworth Rd, the saleroom is on the highstreet at the end of the one way system.
Train services (South West Trains) from Waterloo, to Chertsey station. Our Chertsey Saleroom is a five minute walk from Chertsey station. For more information visit the National Rail Journey Planner website.
Every week we auction in excess of 8000 lots of Trade, Retail & Unclaimed Property including consumer electronics, clothing, furniture, games, cosmetics, vehicles, white goods and more! Auctions are live on a Tuesday and are also available online if you can't make it to the saleroom. We also have online timed auction running every day of the week.