Bargain hunters flock to Leominster for Dickinson's Real Deal show

Hereford Times: 'Dickinson's Real Deal' TV antiques programme filiming at Bridge Street Sports Centre in Leominster. Photo by James Maggs. 'Dickinson's Real Deal' TV antiques programme filiming at Bridge Street Sports Centre in Leominster. Photo by James Maggs.

BARGAIN hunters and antique lovers descended on Leominster last weekend.

They were there to see David Dickinson who brought his "Dickinson’s Real Deal" show to Leominster's Bridge Street Sports Centre on Saturday.

The ITV daytime programme offers hopefuls the chance to sell their antiques or take their chances in an auction.

Members of the public were able to take along antiques and collectables for the show's team of independent valuers to offer free advice on items.

And bystanders looked on eagerly as David Davies, from Preston Wynne, took the opportunity to discuss his Victorian photo albums, which also contained music boxes inside them, with valuer Debbie Serpell.

The show, part of the eleventh series of Dickinson's Real Deal, is set to air on ITV later this year.

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