Popular BBC programme Bargain Hunt will be returning to the National Botanic Garden of Wales’ antiques fair this month.

Following the success of last year, the team has agreed to film at the Antiques Fair and Vintage Market over two days on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23.

The presenter on the day will be Charlie Ross along with experts Nick Hall and Gary Pe, who will be assisting the Red and Blue teams to seek out three bargains with a budget of £300.

They will have just one hour to find the items that they will then take to the Peter Francis Auction House in Carmarthen on May 31 in the hope to make profits on items and win the golden gavel.

The Antiques Fair and Vintage Market can be found at Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire at the end of the M4.

You will be amongst stands displaying gorgeous Victorian linen, vintage clothes, costume jewellery, and an appealing display of nostalgic interior designs and an impressive collection of books at the fair.

There will also be fishing reels, pewter and collections of historic maps and beautiful Persian rugs and carpets.

The range is extensive. An exceptional display of impressive Worcester pieces, including Stinton, will also take centre stage at the fair ,together with other collections of Wemys and Moorcroft.

In all, the fair is well rounded with a balance of furniture ranging from an extensive collection of oak furniture and period mahogany pieces, to an array of country pine.

The fair opens at 10am and closes at 4.30pm on both days.

Admission is £4 to both the gardens and fair and there is free parking available.

For more information about the fairs contact Brita Rogers on 07790293367 or visit derwenantiques.co.uk.