DIY SOS is partnering with BBC Radio 2, to deliver this year’s BBC Children in Need Big Build.
The team will build a bespoke children’s counselling and therapy centre for Treetops Hospice in Risley, Derbyshire.
Speaking of the episode, Nick Knowles said: "We have another huge build ahead of us in Derbyshire, which will provide a crucial space for children and their families who are going through some of the toughest times.
"If you have a trade, a skill, can spare some time to graft or can help us with materials then get in touch. It’ll be a blast."
Tommy Nagra, director of content at BBC Children in Need added: "We are so looking forward to seeing this amazing DIY SOS build come together for Treetops Hospice and the support from our friends at Radio 2, who together will create a lasting legacy in the East Midlands."
Helen Thomas, Head of Radio 2 said: "Following last year’s fantastic DIY SOS to help the Getaway Girls Centre in Leeds, I’m thrilled that this year, we are a part of this Children in Need special to support Treetops Hospice.
"I have an army of eager presenters who are looking forward to getting involved."
Those interested in volunteering as a professional trade or donating product to this charitable build must email: firstname.lastname@example.org before Trades Day to arrange an appointment to meet with the team.
The build will commence from Monday September 11 – Thursday September 21 2023.
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