A recycling centre in Keynsham will be in the spotlight next month on BBC One’s Money For Nothing.
Production company Friel Kean Films spent two weeks filming at Pixash Recycling Centre last summer.
Entrepreneur Sarah Moore selected items to save from the dump, which were upcycled and sold on behalf of residents.
One item from Keynsham turned out to have belonged to James Bond author Ian Fleming. It was an old writing bureau that was subsequently transformed into a cocktail cabinet.
The purpose of the programme is to show that many items can be reused and refurbished instead of being disposed of.
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It comes at a time when second-hand shopping and recycling is on the rise, with platforms like eBay and Depop reporting more users than ever over the last year.
Councillor David Wood, cabinet member for neighbourhood services, said: “This is a fantastic example of how items deemed as junk can be saved and reused and shows how with a little bit of imagination there are many ingenious ways to upcycle or…