David Cameron’s pen in Norfolk auction

PUBLISHED: 08:54 26 November 2010

Punters can pick up a pen donated by prime minister David Cameron or a bottle of wine signed by racing driver Jarno Trulli at a Norfolk pub’s charity auction on Sunday.

The Bird In Hand at Wreningham, near Wymondham, is hosting the event to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity.

Bar manager Alex Brake said: “We have got lots worth about £1,100 that we are auctioning. This includes a meal for four at our pub, a signed bottle of wine by Jarno Trulli and a pen donated by David Cameron.”

The auction starts at 7.30pm. For more information call the pub on 01508 489438.

The Evening News has been urging people to return to pubs as part of our Love Your Local campaign.

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