Leamington Spa’s Oxfam books and music shop is to hold a silent auction of classic vinyl albums from the 1960s and 70s on Sunday.
Following the recent acquisition of a range of classic collectable albums, the shop has decided to hold an event to allow fans to make the most of the opportunity to own albums by The Beatles, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Cream, Amon Duul II, Black Sabbath, Edgar Broughton Band, The Clash, John Cooper Clarke, X-Ray Spex, Dr Strangely Strange and many more.
Marian Lawrence, manager of the shop at 51 Regent St, said: “It is a great collection and I think music lovers will certainly find albums they remember, as well as perhaps a few they missed first time around.
"We’ve all had a lot of fun going through them.”
The vinyl will be sold via silent auction, with customers able to record their bids next to each album. At the end of the day, the highest bid for each album will win.
The profits from the auction will go to Oxfam. The event follows the recent auction of X-Factor winning pop star Leona Lewis, who raised £12,000 for Oxfam by auctioning herself for an afternoon.
The auction takes place this Sunday, March 21, at Oxfam in Regent Street, Leamington Spa, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.