BBC's Bargain Hunt TV crew film at Setchey's Warehouse Antiques & Collectables
The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables at Setchey welcomed BBC Bargain Hunt film crew, guests and celebrities last month.
Antiques expert Eric Knowles introduced the red and blue teams who were joined by celebrity experts, to be revealed when the programme is aired next year.
Bargain Hunt features two teams both with £300 and one hour to buy antiques which they have to sell at auction and try to make a profit.
The antiques centre provided plenty of choice as it has more than 100 exhibitors making it one of the largest of its kind in the UK. It features vintage and retro items, stamps, silver, militaria, coins, models, books, jewellery, bygone tools and a vinyl shop.
Derek Clark, director at The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables said: "All of our staff were delighted to welcome the Bargain Hunt team and a thoroughly enjoyable day was had by all. We look forward to seeing the finished programme once it goes live."
The centre has just celebrated its second year and is fifth on Tripadvisor for Top Attractions King's Lynn and second for Shopping King's Lynn, being pipped at the post by well known adjacent business also owned by the Clark's Beers of Europe.
More by this authorJulie Graham, Business Editor