Dickinson’s Real Deal to return to North Wales to film new episode

NORTH Wales antique collectors will have the chance to cash on their collectables this weekend when Dickinson’s Real Deal returns to the region.

On Saturday, October 2, presenter David Dickinson is to visit Venue Cymru in Llandudno to film a new episode of his ITV programme, which has now been on the air for 15 years.

Members of the public are invited to be in with a chance of appearing on the television by attending the event, which has been set up to be ‘COVID-safe’, with free admission between 8am and 5pm.

And as well as David Dickinson himself, the show’s team of independent valuers will be offering free advice on all items brought along on the day.

This is just one of the many ‘Dealer Days’ being filmed for new episodes of Dickinson’s Real Deal, with trips to Weston-Super-Mare and Bridlington pencilled in for later in October.

Antiques are given an estimated value by experts, and if a deal is not agreed, the item is then taken to auction.

Dickinson’s Real Deal previously visited Venue Cymru in October 2017.

Photo ID is required to attend the event. For any further information, contact the Dickinson’s Real Deal Team by emailing: dickinsonsrealdeal@rdftelevision.com.

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno