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Road signs sell for over three thousand pounds

28th December 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

An online auction of four road signs that welcome people to the Wiltshire town of Wootton Bassett has generated £3,320 for charity.

Two "Welcome to Wootton Bassett" signs sold for £1,170 and £920, whereas two newer "Welcome To Royal Wootton Basset" signs raised a collective total of £1,230, according to the BBC.

All proceeds from the sale are being handed over to the Help for Heroes charity.

John Rutherford from Hemilton bought the "Welcome to Wootton Basset" signs, explaining to the news provider: "I intend to loan one to the Imperial War Museum, so people will never be able to forget what the people of Wiltshire have done for the troops and their families."

PeterboroughToday.co.uk has reported that a cyclist in Peterborough who was caught using his bike in an unpermitted area has avoided a fine, after proving that warning signs were blocked by fairground rides.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801249970-ADNFCR

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