Summer Months Are Busy at Wilsons Auctions Newport; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

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Summer Months Are Busy at Wilsons Auctions Newport; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE


WILSONS Auctions Newport sets the mark high for the incoming summer months with planning under way for a range of auctions arriving at the south Wales auction house.

Wilsons Auctions continue to gradually build a wider selection of vendors, assets and customers at the Newport branch since it took over the site late last year.

The weekly car auctions at the Newport branch involve a number of existing vendors as well as new vendors including Eastern Western Motor Group, Newtown Vauxhall, PW Millar Ford, Ron Skinner & Sons and Pinetree Car Superstore as well as David Taylor Garages, Go Car Credit, Secure Trust Bank, Southern Merthyr Vauxhall and Cardiff, Bristol and Bath Honda.

The weekly car auctions at Wilsons Auctions Newport take place every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm and Friday's at 11.30am.

Not only does the Newport branch provide customers and buyers with quality customer service, online bidding and viewing services of all cars, the branch also offers a bespoke auction hall and cafe.

With the success of the recent unreserved government auction at the Newport branch in March, plans are under way to set the next date for this unique and desirable auction. Offering a range of high-value and designer goods, there is sure to be a selection of interesting assets once again.

As the largest independent auction house in the UK and Ireland, Wilsons Auctions holds more than 1,000 auctions annually across its branches, auctioning everything from cars and vans, plant and machinery and property to general goods, as well as the more luxurious items which include; planes, yachts, gold bars, supercars, designer goods and prestigious watches. …

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