Filming at Ramsgate’s Petticoat Lane Emporium – and the isle on BBC2 tonight

Peter Andre and film crew in Ramsgate Photo Caline Vaughan

A BBC crew will be in Ramsgate on Friday (November 23) to film for the Money For Nothing series.

The programme features entrepreneur Sarah Moore who saves things from being dumped and transforms them into valuable pieces, making money for people who had no idea there was cash to be made from their trash.

The crew will be filming at the Petticoat Lane Emporium in Dumpton Park Drive and will feature co-owner Richard Tozer.

It is not yet known when the programme will air on BBC1.

The emporium has some 200 stalls, three shops and a tea room. Goods on offer include vintage, retro, craft, art and antiques.

Resident Bob Keehner and singer Peter Andre during the filming shoot in July Photo via Bob Keehner

The emporium will also be on TV screens tonight (November 21) with the screening of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip on BBC2 at 7pm.

The episode features showbiz mates Peter Andre and Joe Pasquale who visited the isle in July to shoot the scenes.

The Aussie presenter and the comedian were spotted on Ramsgate seafront, Military Arches, the Little Ships restaurant on Harbour Parade and by the boating pool.

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