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In light of the Prime Ministers broadcast this evening, we would like to re-assure customers that Wellers will continue to operate as usual. We will be holding our final auction of 2020 this coming Monday and still expect all lots to be collected before Thursday 24th December. Please book your collection slots as normal however, please bear in mind that we will be closed from Friday 25th December and will return to work on Monday 4th January, which will play host to our first auction of 2021.

If you need to collect your items before 24th December, please contact Jo in reception by emailing [email protected], this is our preferred method of contact as we will be able to respond to all customers, and will be inundated with calls otherwise, so please email to get a response.

We know you, our loyal customers have been amazing at this throughout 2020, but we ask you to continue to wear masks when collecting and ensure that you turn up to collect your items at your allotted collection slot time. Any customers collecting outside of their allotted time slot risk being turned away and not served. We look forward to another exciting auction this coming Monday and hope that despite the latest rules, you still can enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Many Thanks,

The Wellers Team

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