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Peter Francis look to spring opening in Carmarthen

16 February 2009Written by ATG Reporter

SOUTH Wales auctioneers Peter Francis anticipate moving to their new Carmarthen saleroom in the spring.

With work on Towyside, the former Post Office sorting office in Old Station Road, now progressing well - and 200 nesting pigeons now removed from the property at great expense - proprietor Nigel Hodson expects to wield the gavel at the site in April.

The May 19 fine art and antiques sale will be the first catalogued auction at the new address.

Peter Francis currently hold sales from two sites in Carmarthen: general sales and storage at the Pensarn saleroom and fine art sales from the King Street saleroom.

The new site, which also offers much more in the way of car parking opportunities, will allow operations to be conducted under one roof, with two auctions every month. Individual self-contained offices will be available to rent on the first floor in a variety of sizes and to specifications tailored to each tenant.

Contact 01267 233456 for more information.

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