Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.\n\nFirst through the barn doors is a small, wooden child’s chair gifted to a boy with cystic fibrosis. Sam was diagnosed as a toddler and passed away aged 39. Now his father Ian hopes furniture restorer Will Kirk can revive the broken childhood chair to pass on to Sam’s young son who has never seen it in one piece. \n\nIt takes three experts to restore a musical wedding album that symbolises the deep love between a young Jamaican couple embarking on a new life together in the UK. Sybil and George came to Britain in the 1950s as part of the Windrush Generation. Following his mum’s death, son Owen is now determined to get the album fixed for his father but when he returns to the barn he has some very sad news.\n\nAnd metal expert Dominic Chinea and electrical whizz Mark Starkey undertake the mammoth repair of a vintage seaside children’s ride in the shape of a camel. Humpy has been weathered by a lifetime of living outdoors by the sea but with a whole village expectantly waiting for him, they need to get the precious camel back on his feet.
Source: BBC 2