Deaf News: Margate Deaf school auctions off 600 items of school property

Posted on March 17, 2016

Just before Christmas, The Royal School for Deaf Children, Margate was busy with teachers and pupils taking lessons in a school that was established in 1792.

Now, following the decision to place the school in administration, 600 items of school property, including pottery kilns, manikins, and an outdoor games area, are up for sale.

Kent Online reports:

It includes two pottery kilns, worth more than £5,000 each when new which have an opening bid price of £750.

The auctioneers say the Jaguar XJL car, listed with a starting price of £19,000, does not belong to the trust or school and has been put there from another auction to drum up further interest in it.

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