Make a bid for Our Kids

Graham Harward from Bold n Beautiful Interiors with one of the items to be auctioned for charity a painting by Lismore artist Warwick Wright depicting an aerial view of the Byron Bay Lighthouse.

The bidding has already started in a silent auction to benefit childrens charity Our Kids, which has been organised by Lismores newest homewares store, Bold n Beautiful Interiors.

Over the next two weeks, people interested in bidding for the items which include original paintings by local artists, a portable music player, fine wine, furniture, a hot-air-balloon ride, an interior-design consultation and much more can drop in at Bold n Beautiful Interiors at 75 Union Street, South Lismore, and make an offer.

Its a silent auction in which theres no auctioneer people can come and bid for the prizes now right up till auction night, said the stores interior designer, Graham Harward. Once theyve made a bid they can call later on and see if theyre still in front and can then decide to make another bid.

People can make a bid between now and Tuesday, December 5, when the successful bidders will be announced.

Graham, who jointly owns the store with his younger brother Glen and Craig Waller, said they planned to run similar fundraising auctions for various childrens charities on a regular basis. For more information phone 6622 5088.

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