Style The Repair Shop's Jay Blades launches new project for incredible cause

11:50  28 october  2020
11:50  28 october  2020 Source:   hellomagazine.com

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Viewers of The Repair Shop are constantly singing its praises for its heartwarming, uplifting and sometimes So fans will no doubt be pleased to hear that the show' s presenter, Jay Blades Jay confirmed the team are filming a new series. Posting a video from behind the scenes of filming at the

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He's known for being the face of hugely popular show The Repair Shop, but recently Jay Blades has been working on another project.

The BBC presenter has created 12 bespoke benches alongside the National Lottery's initiative to honour 12 of society's unheralded champions, who have supported some of the most vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The 50-year-old spoke to HELLO! on the new campaign, revealing that the journey was "humbling."

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Jay Blades spoke to HELLO! about the National Lottery campaign

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Jay Blades , 50, who is best known for hosting hit show The Repair Shop , is set to star in a new series. Jay believes Home Fix, which airs on weekdays on BBC1 and sees Jay fix up old objects, create new ones and share his cheats for replicating household products, reconnects us with a golden

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He explained: "It's quite naïve of me actually [but] I didn't know that national lottery gave away that amount of money a week and I didn't know that they also support some really grassroots charities that are doing some work that is quite personal to them [such as] going through a bereavement or loneliness."

"It was humbling because it made me realise 'oh I need to do a bit more in my community', because these guys are just like doing so much. That importance of community is just shown through these benches and that is what I think it's all about."

The Repair Shop star also opened up about how the pandemic has offered an opportunity for people appreciate their community more. "I think it's a good thing that people have recognised people out there in their community doing things for people [but] it is sad that we've had to have a global pandemic to actually make us realise that.

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Jay Blades , host of BBC One' s surprise hit The Repair Shop , never aimed for a career on screen. These are external links and will open in a new window. At that point, Blades still knew nothing about furniture restoration. That changed when he put a call out for local retired people who wanted to pass

BBC show the Repair Shop sees a number of craftsmen pool their talents to restore family heirlooms and treasured possessions and is on season six. Jay Blades grew up on a rundown council estate in East London with his single mother Barbara and his half-brother Justin. He first met his father Trevor

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Jay built 12 benches to honour those who have been helping their local community during the pandemic

"I've always been a champion of a community, to me I'm just a glorified community worker that they put in front of a camera, first and foremost I always want to support my community, but it's sad that not everybody has that same kind of thinking, but now because of the pandemic we are recognising."

On the designing of the 12 benches, the craftsman and presenter explained: "[The benches have] lovely powder blue legs, but then you have this fusion of colour which is dripping paint going up and down the legs.

"Then you've got this lovely timber as the seat and […] on them you've got people's names and a quote that has come from them or their charity.

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The premise is simple - presenter Jay Blades and his team of restoration experts take beloved but broken objects and fix them in their Sussex barn workshop, telling the The Adventure Bag With An Incredible Story | The Repair Shop - Продолжительность: 3:12 The Repair Shop 2 225 просмотров.

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Jay opened up about the "humbling" experience of working with the charities

"Then there's something really special where you've got this a QR code that you scan and it takes you to the national lottery's good causes website and you can read about the charity, or you can go to an audio version of that so you can hear it.

"Then beside that we've got another plaque in braille, so if you're visually impaired or blind you can run your hands over it and you can read about the charity as well."

Among those being honoured are Sarah-Jane Piper and Michelle Thomson, whose BASIS (Blind and Sight Impaired Society) befriending service became a lifeline for visually impaired people in Essex.

Their specially crafted bench includes in-built dog bowls for guide dogs a QR code that will allow visitors to listen to Sarah-Jane and Michelle's story as well as a braille plaque of their story.

To learn more about the National Lottery benches and the people behind them please visit the www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk

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