A CHARITY auction this weekend will raise money for a bench in memory of a schoolboy killed riding his bike.
Three framed pieces of art by infamous prisoner Charles Bronson will be up for grabs, and items from Liverpool, Everton and Manchester United football clubs will go under the hammer from 7pm at St Saviours Social Club.
Connor Maddocks was just 15 when he was hit by a lorry while riding his bike on Princes Road in August last year.
His mum Tammy has organised the auction to raise funds to pay for a bench to be installed in his memory.
Auctioneer Johnny Mac will host the event while there will also be a charity horse game, music from singer Meg Bevan, a raffle with prizes from gift baskets to a full massage and other donations from Charles Bronson and items given by Chester Football Club.
Connor’s mum Tammy said: “Come and have a great night in memory of my son Connor.
“Bring cash as cards are not accepted.”
The auction takes place on Friday at St Saviours Social Club, Tarporley Road, Ellesmere Port.
Entry is free but there will be collection buckets inside.