Antiques superstar David Dickinson is on his way to Morecambe.
The tanned TV presenter will record an episode of his show Dickinson’s Real Deal at Heysham High School on Saturday, June 15.
Members of the public are being asked to bring along their antique items for valuation.
“It’s great to bring the show to Morecambe, a town we haven’t before,” said Dickinson, 71.
“I’m very much looking forward to visiting Lancashire, an area of the country I love bringing the show to.
“I remember visiting the area before in a previous series and the quality of items brought in by members of the public was fantastic with lots of history and stories attached to their items.
“People of Morecambe come along and get the Real Deal!”
This will be the 10th series of Dickinson’s Real Deal, which is rated the most popular daytime show on ITV with over a million viewers.
Last year Dickinson’s Real Deal was filmed at Salt Ayre Leisure Centre in Lancaster.
People with antiques can call a special hotline beforehand to give information about items. The number is 0117 9707618. Alternatively just turn up on the day.
Admission is free.