BBC One's Repair Shop is looking for people to come forward with special items to fix ahead of its new series.

The team, led by Jay Blades and other experts, has saved over a thousand special items and historical artefacts since first hitting our screens in 2017.

Items on the show have ranged from family heirlooms to unique cultural pieces, such as a Jewish Prayer Book that survived Theresienstadt concentration camp and the grip used on the Windrush ships.



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The team is eager to hear about pieces that hold a deep emotional significance.

Blades said: "It's incredible to think about how many fixes we’ve completed and we want your help to really uncover some items that will make a difference to someone’s family history."

Ceramics expert Kirsten Ramsay said: "We’ve fixed so many different items, including very niche objects.

"If you have something that is really special to you with a fascinating back story, and is in need of some TLC, we want to hear from you."

The team encourages anyone with an object they value that is in need of restoration to reach out via email ( or an online submission (