A suit worn on TV by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is among the lots at an auction in aid of a Cirencester charity.

The Churn Project, who support people at risk from isolation and loneliness in the town and surrounding villages, are holding the auction to raise much-needed funds.

It will be hosted by Moore Allen & Innocent senior auctioneer Philip Allwood, who has featured on TV programmes such as Bargain Hunt, Flog It!, and Cash in the Attic.

In addition to an iconic Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen suit, shirt and tie, worn by Laurence on TV and chosen by him for the auction, lots include a wing walk with Rendcomb-based aerobatics team AeroSuperBatics; afternoon tea and a tour of the mansion at Cirencester Park with The Countess Bathurst; a tour of Air Salvage International’s operation at Cotswold Airport, including the opportunity to be on the flight deck when the engines of an airliner are running; signed England and Gloucester rugby shirts and balls. In all, 59 lots and promises will be up for grabs.

The auction is taking place online at 7pm on Friday, November 19.

You can view the catalogue and register for the online live event at auctions.mooreallen.co.uk/auctions/7996/srmoo10219

Juliet Cocks, chief executive officer of The Churn Project, said: “The Churn is unique in supporting such a cross-section of our community, particularly the most disadvantaged.

"People access our services from before birth to end-of-life and especially those seeking work, vulnerable families and older people.

"We hope people will join us online for our auction and bid, bid, bid for some of the wonderful lots and promises so kindly donated by our supporters to help us raise funds to continue to provide our services.”