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Entertainment DIY SOS: The Big Build Cornwall home is transformed

15:01  26 november  2020
15:01  26 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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retirement bungalow transformed into a spacious family home on DIY SOS : The Big Build They moved into their grandparents' two-bedroom bungalow in Cornwall House is transformed in DIY SOS : The Big Build episode airing tonight On tonight's episode viewers will see how the pebbledash property was transformed into a

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Three brothers living in their grandparents cramped bungalow are given a new, spacious home on tonight's episode of DIY SOS: The Big Build.

Ruben, 17, Jaden, 11, and Uche, 10, moved in with grandparents Lynn and Steve Smedley after their mother Carrie died in her sleep in April 2017.

Lynn, 56, and Steve, 62, retired foster parents who took in more than 100 children, didn't think twice about moving their grandsons into their bungalow in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, despite there only being two bedrooms.

On tonight's episode viewers will see how the pebbledash property was transformed into a spacious family home fit for three growing boys.

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This week Nick Knowles's DIY SOS team pitch up in Avening in the Cotswolds to help project manager Ben, whose life was changed in a split second Despite his life-changing injuries there is hope: if Ben could return home , he would be reunited with his family and could even work from home again as a

Lynn told the Daily Mirror how Uche, then just six years old, was the one to discover his mother dead in her bed.

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The DIY SOS team and volunteers in Bristol help to transform the home of 24-year-old Ryan, who has spent the last five years in A CT scan revealed that the build -up of fluid and pressure had caused brain damage. Ryan had lost control of his breathing and swallowing and was partially paralysed.

'He and Jaden just thought they couldn’t wake mummy up,' she said. 'They got their big brother Ruben, he came upstairs and realised what had happened. For those two little boys to have had to found their mum like that.'

Ruben has stepped up to help look after his brothers and even offered to find somewhere else to stay to save Lynn and Steve from being burdened. But their grandparents were determined to have them at home.

'There’s no way in a million years we’d let them go anywhere else,' Steve says.

The brothers slept in bunk beds, while the living room with its two-seater sofa hardly had enough space for the family.

a person sitting at a table: Dark and cramped: The dining table couldn't fit all five family members comfortably © Provided by Daily Mail Dark and cramped: The dining table couldn't fit all five family members comfortably a kitchen with a dining table: Bright and airy: The room was replaced with an open kitchen-diner flooded with light © Provided by Daily Mail Bright and airy: The room was replaced with an open kitchen-diner flooded with light

Speaking to Nick on the show, Ruben says: 'We’ll be able to do more stuff together as a family. When I turned 13 I never got out of my bedroom. I regret that, I never got to spend time with my mum.'

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DIY SOS . Home . In the biggest build ever on an individual house, Nick, the boys and Naomi Cleaver rebuild the whole of the downstairs as well as remodelling the rest of the house to provide a more suitable home to bring Charlie up in and keep him at home with his family.

The team transforms a post-war house in Dartford into a warm and safe home for the future. With the help of over a hundred local trades, friends and family, the DIY SOS team spend nine gruelling days renovating Louise and Thomas's home ; adding an extension, reconfiguring the layout and

Sneak peek photos reveal how one of the boys has been given his own double bed in a beach-inspired room, complete with a surfboard hung on the wall.

The dark and cramped dining room, which could previously only fit four people comfortably, is replaced with a bright and airy kitchen-diner with banquette seating.

Outside is also unrecognisable with a spacious BBQ and outdoor dining table replacing the garden.

Speaking to the volunteers after the transformation, Lynn says: 'When we realised we had lost Carrie, we were devastated. Nothing can prepare you for losing a child.

'But our first instinct was to protect the boys. There was no hesitation the boys would come and live with us, then reality struck.

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'It has been extremely hard at times, no privacy or space, no time to grieve. But the boys come first. We can now move forward and build our lives.'

Nick Knowles et al. standing in front of a crowd posing for the camera: Team effort: The family (centre) with Nick Knowles (right), the team and volunteers © Provided by Daily Mail Team effort: The family (centre) with Nick Knowles (right), the team and volunteers

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