Members of the public have a chance to own a unique piece of Helensburgh civic history, before surplus furniture from the former Marriage Room in West King Street and the Municipal Buildings in Sinclair Street is put under the hammer.
Various items of furniture, including tables and chairs with prices from £30 upwards, are being made available to buy. Proceeds from the sale will allow other items of civic interest to be displayed in the Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre.
The furniture will be available to view and purchase at the Victoria Halls in Sinclair Street on Monday, 20 November 2017 (from noon until 4pm) and Tuesday 21, November 2017 (from 10am until 2pm). Buyers can make the appropriate payment to the Victoria Halls, with each item being sold as seen and the purchaser responsible for taking away the pieces of furniture.
Any unsold furniture will then be sold at public auction.
Councillor Ellen Morton, chair of the Helensburgh and Lomond Area Committee, said: "The sale is an ideal opportunity for residents to own their own small piece of Helensburgh with proceeds being put to good use."
For more information contact - Shona Barton on 01436 657605.