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PONY TALES: Going, going, gone....Jim bows out
on 11 December 2020
Goresbridge auctioneer Jim Fenlon dropped the gavel for the last time at the December Sales after 45 years loyal service at the Co Kilkenny auction house

LAST Friday evening marked the retirement of local auctioneer Jim Fenlon, a stalwart of Goresbridge for nearly 45 years. As he dropped the gavel for the final time, Jim was watched proudly by his sons Pat and James, together with grandchildren, Eoin, Orla, Eimear, Darragh, Sarah and Padraig.

“Jim has been a loyal and valued part of the team here at Goresbridge since the early days,” said Goresbridge auctioneer Martin Donohoe. “He’s been with us since before my father died in 1978, and has always been someone we have relied on.”

Many congratulations on your retirement Jim!

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