SOME very sought after ‘Brunswick label’ 78 rpm records are included in the latest Salvation Army sale of collectables at Barrow from Monday to Saturday.

They feature popular 1940’s artists like the Inkspots and Bing Crosby.

Of particular local interest are the record sleeves from William Kelly of 70 Dalton Road and C.B. Waterhouse of No 1 William Street in Barrow

The records are just a small part of large selection of over 200 special interest items including records, art and books which make up the latest choice of goods that will be available for sale at The Salvation Army Citadel community Hub on Abbey Road.

Captain Martin Davison of Barrow Salvation Army said: "We are always humbled and delighted at how kind the people of the Furness community are in donating these interesting items.

"Once again we have some really quirky objects and others which while of no particular high monetary value are of local interest and will be cherished by the right collector."

A large framed Rolling Stones ‘lips’ poster is bound to be of interest to a fan of the 1960’s rock legends, while other records include some rarely seen titles from 1960’s folk hero Joan Baez.

Albums from the 70’s and 80’s also feature with some books and music memorabilia also from this period.

Golf enthusiasts may like the beautifully framed and Signed Gleneagles golf course print, while books on sporting legends such as local Rugby league hero Willie Horne are also on offer.

Art is further represented by some colourful needlepoint pictures and a collection of original oil and watercolor pictures by local artists. A picture in the style of L.S.Lowery is also included.

Mr Davison said: "We rely on the generosity of this community to help fund our work in the town so these sales are a real help in helping us support others."

Donations of similar interesting items are always welcomed by the Salvation Army which hosts special sales each month to give these unusual items of interest a bigger audience and hopefully find new owners of the cherished objects that have been gifted to the Church and social justice organization that has been serving the town's community since 1881.

Further information on the sale can be obtained via Facebook on the salvation army in Barrow home page.