SAVED & REMADE

TV SERIES

- APPLY TO TAKE PART!  

Do you have a much-loved item

at home that you never use?

 

Would you like to keep it - but turn it into something completely different?

We'll celebrate the memories and the stories attached to your item, but give it a new lease of life as something functional and beautiful. Something that you'll actually use. 

 

We’re talking about those items that have stayed with you for years and remind you of good times, or maybe they were passed down by a family member...but now sit in the loft or the back of the cupboard gathering dust because you can’t bear to throw them away.

  Whether it’s a family heirloom, a drum kit from your teenage band days, an old sofa, a collection of clothes, or even 

your first car– it could have life 

(as something else) left in it yet!

Our exciting TV series will take those items and

transform them into something new

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Unrepairable piano to stunning writing desk

Dusty old trombone to flaming torch garden sculpture

Unused shearling jacket to cherished toy

APPLY NOW

To apply to have your item transformed and

take part in the show, get in touch telling us:

- Your name, age, location and contact number
- Some info about your item; what it is, why it's important to you and why you want to transform it
- Please also send photos of your item

 

Email : Saved&Remade@redskyproductions.co.uk
 

Whatsapp or call: 07977 988 431 or 07976 591 749

texts/calls charged at phone providers standard network rate

Please note, we are not repairing or restoring items. We are transforming items into something completely different

Filming is due to take place during May and June 2022.

(Dates are subject to change)

Applicants must be UK residents and aged over 18 years to take part.

Applications close on 20 May 2022

 

Red Sky Productions take your right to privacy seriously. When we process data

we adhere to the guidelines set out in the General Data Protection Regulations. 

You can read the full privacy notice here