THE makers of hit TV show Salvage Hunters are on the lookout for local venues where they can hunt for hidden treasures.
The popular Quest TV and Discovery Channel show follows architectural salvage and antiques expert Drew Pritchard as he travels around the UK to prestigious, interesting, and historic places hunting out and buying quirky and unusual objects no longer wanted by their present owner.
Mr Pritchard has visited everywhere from beautiful stately homes, to architectural salvage dealers, private collectors and museums, buying everything from 16th century oak tables to six-foot 1980s disco balls.
Now in its 10th series and airing to over half a million people in the UK and millions more worldwide, the show has recorded specials in Germany, Norway, Ireland as well as all over the UK.
A spokesman for Curve Media, which makes the show, said: "Drew will be heading to the area soon to follow up on some leads, but ahead of that anyone can get in touch with the production team if they know an interesting location with multiple objects for sale that would work for the show.
"We are looking in the area for new locations to feature and would love to speak to anyone who owns a stately home, antique shop, any hoarders or closing down factories."
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