Heirlooms in Claverley

Some of TV’s biggest antique experts visited Little Green
House Nursery in Claverley near Bridgnorth to uncover
hidden riches and value long-lost heirlooms. BBC’s
Antiques Roadshow Will Farmer and ITV’s Masterpiece
co-star Rachel Houston-Holland spent the day speaking
with members of the public and offering valuations.

The night started with a talk from Will about his journey
through the world of antiques. Rachel, a parent at the
nursery, then joined him as he valued local residents’
items. Over £100 raised from the event will be put directly
towards new facilities at the nursery, such as outdoor
playground equipment.

Nursery manager Hannah Edwards said, “The event raised
a fantastic £170 and we all had a fantastic night!”

Nursery manager Hannah Edwards, with Will Farmer and fellow TV Antique expert and parent Rachel Houston-Holland

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