Antiques Road Trip back in Northumberland

The experts from BBC's Antiques Road Trip were filming again in north Northumberland earlier this week.

Wednesday, 2nd March 2016, 8:45 am
Updated Wednesday, 2nd March 2016, 8:51 am
Brian Bailes with Claire Rawle, from BBC's Antiques Road Trip.

The show's Claire Rawle visited Hedgeley Antique Centre in Powburn as part of her very successful first day of treasure hunting in the county on Monday.

Filming was also taking place in Wooler, where Paul Laidlaw was spotted getting out of a rather snazzy car.

Paul Laidlaw, from BBC's Antiques Road Trip, in Wooler. Picture by Olwen Foggon

The programme makes regular appearances in the county with an episode featuring Amble and Bamburgh airing in January. The last time the show visited the Hedgeley Antiques Centre was in May 2015 and in September 2014, there were visits to Hedgeley and the Old Dairy at Ford.

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The car parked in Wooler. Picture by Olwen Foggon
Paul Laidlaw, from BBC's Antiques Road Trip, in Wooler. Picture by Olwen Foggon
The car parked in Wooler. Picture by Olwen Foggon