Rochester Building and Damp Donate £1870 Towards Priory Restoration

Rochester Building and Damp has donated £1870 towards restoration of the former Holy Trinity Priory in Birchington-on Sea.
Funds were raised in a recent online auction featuring antiques and collectables offered by damp specialists Martin Sykes and his colleague Daniel McLean.
A self acknowledged armchair expert of mid-century ceramics, Martin auctioned off a small Guido Gambone vase and matching fruit bowl, whilst Dan received countless bids for several items of militaria including medals originating from the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern campaigns of World War 2.
Proceeds will go directly to the Thanet Heritage Trust, who are a group of local property investors with an interest in preserving history. Until recently, the former Holy Trinity Priory has been derelict and concealed from view due to overgrown trees and foliage surrounding the site. 
Thanet Extra   
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