Episode 17 Money for Nothing


Episode 17

Sarah Moore saves three things from being dumped, transforms them into bespoke and valuable pieces, then returns the profits back to the people who threw the items away.


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I like the look of your rubbish! How do you make Money For Nothing?

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The answer could be hiding in the 30 million tonnes of household waste we

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throw out every year. I think that I might be able to make

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something out of that. That's why aren't opinions Sarah

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Moore wants to get her hands on things before they hit the skip.

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That is wartime. I'm a passionate buyer, use and make

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the old stuff. And I turn that passion into a moneymaking business.

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I make new stuff out of old stuff, and I sell it for a profit.

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And with some of the country's elite designers and makers. , the

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potential!. She can transform her finds into

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desirable, valuable and hopefully saleable items.

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Holy moly! If there is successful, then she can

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hand the profits back to the very people who had no idea there was

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cash to be made from their trash. Thank you, I'm astonished.

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Today, Sarah is in Surrey at the Whitley recycling centre. A final

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resting place for all our all odds and ends. But for Sarah this is an

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opportunity to take that dash and turn it into cash.

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The sun is coming out and it is rolling in here. I'm patrolling this

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place to find the treasure is being thrown out and make some money for

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nothing. Server has been granted special

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permission from the recycling centre to undertake this venture. She does

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so with some style and grace. And if its stylesheet after, perhaps

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Robert's old sewing machine could add a bit of flair. -- if it is

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stylesheets after. Is that going back into the car, or

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into the skip? I was hoping somebody would be able to reuse it. Do you

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remember it being used? Our mum regularly made close. I'd like to

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have a look inside because some are collectable. Some are hundreds of

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pounds worth of Singer. But you need a key! Do you want me to have a

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quick look in my store? If you have a key rate screwdriver, that would

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be great. Harder than it looks!

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I really want to see it now. That is stuck. Would you mind if I took it

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away as the mystery machine? If it is in usable condition, or valuable,

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or I can sell it for you, can I get back in touch and show you what I've

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done with it? That would be super. Sarah is taking a gamble on there

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being something usable and at that. From what you can remember, do you

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think Sarah will be able to make anything from it?

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May be a lamp stand. Maybe a beautiful lamp stand, that would be

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nice. It really is quite exciting, what

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might be under there. I just need to find a key to find out.

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Well, I know a couple of boys with BT - and the secret for success. --

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a couple of boys with the key. This is Josh and Ollie. Best mates who

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just love to create. The pair thrive on taking disused materials and

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turning them into unique handmade furnishings with flair and

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imagination. I'm Josh, and this is Ollie. The

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main thing we love is designing new products and new furniture, where

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you have that idea and you come into the workshop and see it come to

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life. The sort of thing we would like Sarah to bring us a something

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with character, a bit of age. I think we like something with a bit

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of a story. Like a rusty bits of metal, or a weathered bit of wood.

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Something with history and character to it.

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Well, we are not sure exactly what it is, although it's probably just a

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sewing machine. We are officially off and running

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today. And Sarah's back on the march. She's desperately hunting for

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our next assignment. I will take any thing. If I can cut

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it up, make something, I'm going to have it.

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Haps John and Barbara have just the thing for Sarah to save. -- perhaps

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John and Barbara. This looks interesting, what is

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this? That was my brother's drawing board. He worked as an engineer.

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Would it be possible to pull it out and have a look? We were the other

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side looks like? Hopefully, it should be smooth. That's what I'm

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thinking. I'm really pleased that I was here when this arrived. Because

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I love anything that's all. It would be nice if somebody had a use for

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it. Unfortunately everybody is chucking out drawing boards. If it

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would be something you would let me have, rather than going in there?

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Oh, great. Thank you very much. I hope I do something that does it

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justice. It is charming, Sarah. Any thoughts

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on John and Barbara about its future?

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I could imagine it making maybe a piece of furniture. A very nice

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table top. Let's hope she does something good. I'm sure she will.

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Good on you, Barbara. I know what you're thinking, all

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sorts of jokes about going back to the drawing board, making up new

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designs. But, seriously, this is a fantastic find. Anything industrial

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with this chunky look and surface has got to have potential to be

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transforming something that makes money. It better, Sarah. Or it will

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be back to the old drawing... I won't say it. But I know a lady who

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may. Designer Rebecca is an artisan

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blacksmith who can manipulate metal into magnificent moneymakers.

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Blacksmithing as a craft, it hasn't really changed over the hundreds and

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hundreds of years that it's been around. We still use fire as a tool.

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You've got an angle and a hammer. There is something very medieval

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about it. With husband Dave by her side, this

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team produces high-end furniture and bespoke metal commissions.

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My passion for the craft is trying to use it in very contemporary ways.

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To still keep it alive and involve it as much as I can with any job

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that we do. Well, I'm not sure how many

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blacksmithing techniques you'll be able to on this wooden tables.

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At the end of a successful day, Sarah has her two items. Josh and

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Ollie will endeavour to open the sewing machine box, and Becks will

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take on the architect's table. I'm confident that I've saved items

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that are worthy of transformation. It is, after ball, at this stage, a

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game of chance. But as far as I'm concerned - game on.

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Out in the tranquil West Sussex countryside, home to muster makers

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Josh and Ollie. Sarah's bringing along the mystery box. But what will

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they find inside? I'm sticking with sewing machine.

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I've bought the vintage sewing machine to Josh and Ollie to see if

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they can open it up and then transform it into something amazing.

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But as I haven't actually seen inside it, I'm hoping I'm not about

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to stitch them up! Hello, how are you? OK. I have

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something for you. I need a hand with it. This came to the recycling

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centre. It doesn't have its key with it. So I have never seen inside it.

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Oh, OK. Maybe it's not a sewing machine!

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Really, guys, it's going to be a sewing machine. But if it's a

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collectable one, some rare models can sell for several hundred pounds

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- believe it or not. Or it could be just one of the new electric ones.

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Oh, it's electric! I shouldn't have got my hopes up.

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There are hundreds of these going into tips everyday.

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It would almost be called to take the whole thing into the individual

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components, and then we could see what we could do with it. Just lay

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them out as a blueprint. What can you put it back into that is

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completely different, that moves in a funny way? The only thing I would

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say it it is difficult to sell non-functioning things. One other

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option is to go down the route of using the box. That might be a way

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of making something useful and that would sell. If I left you with a

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budget of 250, 300 quid, take it apart, see what happens... , can

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surprise me. Thanks ever so much. Cheers.

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So, boys, you can do whatever you want. Not that!

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They have a few ideas about what they might come up with, but that

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sewing machine is a real challenge. So it's going to be a total surprise

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to see what they make out of it. They've set a budget of 250-300

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pounds. It's a fair chunk of money so Sarah is taking a gamble on the

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boys coming up with something that will be saleable.

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Near Guildford in the Surrey countryside, blacksmith Rebeka Simon

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is in her workshop and held today by husband Dave. They're waiting on

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Sarah, who was about to drop off her latest puzzler.

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She does like to challenge us with things, doesn't she? She does. She

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hasn't defeated us yet. I'm sure whatever it is, it'll speak volumes

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to us. It will charm of. Hi! Can you guess what it is? No, it looks

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really interesting. It's the drawing board. Oh, wow. You've got the

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weight something. And this lovely slide which would have gone up and

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down. I thought I could leave you with these components and come back

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and find an amazing desk. How about kitchen units? Island in the

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kitchen? We have lovely bits to hang pots and pans on. Would that work? I

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think that would be a good plan for it.

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A freestanding kitchen unit - sounds charming. You already have the table

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top, so that means you just have too, with a base of some kind. But

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shouldn't cost an arm and a leg, should it.

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What are you thinking about cost wise it will be to make one? We will

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aim for 550... Six... Did you say 550? Lovely! Aim for 550! Bye-bye.

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That kitchen unit sounds fantastic and I think it will be really

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saleable. They're going to give it their own special touch, aren't

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they? We are looking at ?550 to convert

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the architect's table into a kitchen unit. It sounds quite simple, so

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Rebecca and Dave will have to use their special touch to make this one

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a masterpiece. Over in Sussex, let's see how Josh

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and Ollie are getting on with the old sewing machine. Wow!

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The hope is that once it is stripped down to its component parts,

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inspiration will strike. Somewhere with in this is some gold.

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Yeah. Gold paint, maybe. As a back-up

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plan, the boys have still got the wooden box the sewing machine came

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in. It might be a safer bet than what they're doing... Oh, no, here

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we go. It looks like Ollie has come up with something. He's made himself

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a little friend. Sweet! That will do.

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Get Sarah back now. Yeah, get Sarah back in and let her

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see her ?300 robot. Oh, Josh, Olie spent ages on that! It's clear

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nothing much is getting achieved around here. We will give you some

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more time to think. But you'd better get your thinking caps on and come

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up with something, and quickly. Back in Surrey, let's hope Becks and

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Dave have a clearer plan drawn up for the architect's table, kitchen

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unit. Clear as mud. Versus the structure of how it's

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going to be. It's going to be relieved. Two lead, with a centre

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bit. So it's going to splits and steel. That is going to be the

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swinging beliefs out. So that is the plan. -- swinging leaves out.

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Bit confused? Me, too. But it sounds as though Rebecca's plan is to split

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the table top in three to have two drop leaf extendable sides.

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That is super clever. As for the base, Rebecca has an

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intricate design in mind that looks like it will be difficult to bring

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to life. She starts by picking out lengths of scrap steel to make into

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legs, cutting them into size using a donkey saw. Once that is done, she

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plans to use the ancient art of splitting to bend the legs into

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shape. With blacksmithing you have about

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five or six basic techniques that are always used, and splitting is

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one of them. Splitting involves first marking the

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steel with a chisel. Then the metal is heated. Beaten. Heated. Beaten.

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You get the idea. Until we want solid metal bands like plasticine,

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creating a split down the middle. As Becks continues bending, Dave

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starts to make a frame which will join the wooden top to the metal

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legs. He welds together steel bars using a filler material using a

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Boole of molten metal at the join. -- a pool of mole molten metal.

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Becks is bending the legs. She's another three to do and time's

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getting on. It's going to look nice. Ye of little faith. Back in Sussex,

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would you believe it, Josh and Olly have a plan. After a lot of head

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scratching. We decided to use the booeden box to make a mobile

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barbershop. To go from door to door. Can keep all their products and

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scissors in here. A barber's kit, excellent. Wait, but what's this? I

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thought it would be a real shame to let these components go to waste.

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I'm trying to figure out some kind of little mechanical desk toy. First

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thought, a little turtle comes to mind because of this guy. I'm a

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little lost at the moment. I don't know if it's possible and how I'm

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going to do it. Yep, you heard it right. Josh is going to make a

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mechanical reptile desk toy. With so much time used up already, it will

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be a race to the finish between the tortoise and the... Hare! I'm going

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to make a little shell for the turtle. I want this cog to sit on

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top. When you turn this cog, it will power this here. So the turtle's

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head will move in and out. Who wouldn't be excited about this?

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Sarah? Olly's first job in the barber's kit is to remove all of the

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existing varnish with an electric sander ready for a brand new finish.

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A simple quick job without interruptions. Can you come over

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here and hold these little bits here. Josh has a few issues with his

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turtle-thing. It's falling off. Need to tweak it a little bit. I'd get

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back to work, Olly. Josh could be here all day. In deepest Surrey, Bex

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and her husband Dave have completed work on their arc tech's table and

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kitchen unit. They're eager for Sarah's arrival. We've got an extra

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little surprise for Sarah that was Dave's idea. Thank you, dear.

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Looking forward to see Sarah's reaction, really. I'm coming back to

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the drawing board to see what they've managed to do with it. Finer

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as crossed it's a fantastic kitchen unit. When Sarah dropped it off, the

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best days of the arc #2ek9's table had drawn to a close. Now, Becks and

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Dave have transformed it into an attractive free-standing kitchen

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unit. The wooden table top has been split in three and hinged to make

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fold-away surface. All of Becks's hard work crafting the steel base

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has paid off for the geometric structure which is sturdy as well as

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beautiful. And, leaving nothing to waste, Dave has used old parts of

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the drawing table to make a quirky and useful cookbook holder. But what

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will Sarah make of it? Hey! It's lovely. That's the slide? Dave did

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extra. His cookbook stand. That's so clever. That is a lovely use of that

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old piece of material. Isn't it cool? It looks really nice with it.

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I think, as a balanced piece, that is so lovely. You guys don't go down

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the easy route, do you? It's goat wheels as well at the back so you

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can move it around. I absolutely love it. This transformation took a

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lot of work. Have they managed to stick to the budget? Phew, Sarah, it

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came in on budget. I'm really pleased. I think it's really

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beautiful. Thank you. It's a true you were all round. -- it's a

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triumph all round. This looks interesting. When Sarah met John and

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Barbara at the dump, she loved the look of John's dad's architect

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table. He used it for model boats and model steam engines. It would be

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nice if someone had a use for it. Everybody's chucking them out now.

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But he was confident it was in safe hands. Let's hope she does something

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good. She has. Sarah was on a mission to find the kitchen unit a

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new home. She listed it online on various sites. Where there any

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takers? Sarah's now meeting up again with Barbara and John to show them

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what became of their drawing table. Hello. How are you? Really nice to

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see you again. And you. I saw you last coming to and from the tip.

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Drawing board. My dad's. Did you wonder what we might do with it?

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Yeah, I could see the piece of wood might be useful. Nobody wants

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drawing tables anymore so... I took it to a blacksmith called Becks and

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her partner Dave. They really wanted to work on it. I have pictures to

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show you how it ended up. They have turned it into... A kitchen island.

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Into That's beautiful. Dave's made a cookbook stand to go on top of it.

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Very clever. Pretty amazing. It is currently up for sale. I haven't

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managed to find a buyer. I have high hopes it will sell and I'll make

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some profit out of it. When I have, I'll be back in touch to share it

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with you. Thank you for taking it. And reusing it. It was lovely to

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catch up. Take care. Bye-bye. Becks and Dave came in on budget of ?550.

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As it is yet to find a new home, we might be ?550 down. It is a cracking

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bit of furniture so I'm sure it won't be long before it's snapped

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up. Now, we head back to Sussex. When we left them, Olly was getting

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on well with his box of barber's bits and Josh was still tinkering

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with his toy turtle. It's time for Sarah to find out what they've been

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up to. I see vintage suing machines at the tip all day long, sewing. I

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hope Josh and Olly have done something inspirational with it.

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Where once there was an sewing machine now... It's a sleek and cool

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looking mobile barber's shop. The functional backboard is equipped to

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carry all your barbering essentials, included is a cut throat razor made

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from a decorative plate from the sewing machine and handmade brush.

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To top it all off, the box has a chalkboard paint finish. But that's

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not all, folks. Josh made this turtle. Hi, guys. How are you doing?

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Good. What have you been up to? We made this with the sewing machine

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you gave us. It looks exciting. What's inside it. It didn't have a

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key. Made this key so you can unlock it. It's a mobile barber's kit. It's

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really beautiful. It's so clever. Got a little dish for your shaving

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cream and shaving brush. And we even made a razor. That's from the front

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of the sewing machine. Fantastic. Really clever. Lovely. What did you

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do with the rest of it? Well, we have an extra little surprise for

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you. Have you? While doing this, Josh had his own little project.

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This is a little desk turtle. All of the components came from the

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machine. The drive belt is off the original motor. Lovely. Used all of

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the components that I could. Fantastic. I really like what you've

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done there. Thank you for making something commercial out of the

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other bit. What are you saying? The turtle's not commercial. ?300, are

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we splitting it or have we gone over budget? We tried to keep to budget.

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We put more time into it but we'll call it ?300. Really? I think the

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world's first fully operational desk turtle and mobile barbershop is a

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triumph. Thank you so much. Cool, you're welcome. I have learned to

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expect the unexpected every time I come here. Fantastic transformation

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of the old sewing machine and I think there's even money to be made

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from that desk top turtle. Is that going back into the car or into the

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skip? When Sarah inquired boo Robert's sewing machine going to the

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dump it brought back painful memories. My mum made clothes for us

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on it. Despite not being able to see inside, Sarah want it had. Would you

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mind if I took it away as the mystery machine. The only mystery

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now is how Josh's mind works. But the barber's box was a hit and was

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snapped up by online retailer Nick Smith a regular customer of Sarah's.

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She's now travelled to Surrey to meet up with Robert. And she's even

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got a little something for him in that bag. Hi, Robert. Hello, Sarah.

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Very well, how are you. Hello, who are you? I'm Sky. I'm Mia. When I

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met you at the recycling centre we couldn't open your sewing machine.

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Yeah, and it's odd I found the key since. I threw it out about a month

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ago. That didn't matter. I've taken the sewing machine to someone who

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could get into it. . Have you thought what might have been done

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with it? I thought maybe make it into a lamp. My wife thought maybe a

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stand for a coffee table. We're interested or intrigued to see what

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it turned out like. I've pictures to show you what they did. Here is a

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mobile barbershop. Wow! I love that colour, don't you? It's pretty

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popular and it's sold. Really, how fantastic. I have ?25 here to give

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to you for your old sewing machine. Great, this money is going to a

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lovely local charity. Thank you. A pleasure. It sounds like a great

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place to go. Before I go, I've something here as a memento for you.

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Here is the world's first sewing machine desk turtle paper weight.

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It's cool. I remember this wheel. My mum sitting at the table turning the

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wheel around. That's really sweet, isn't it? A memento from your sewing

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machine. Thank you so much. Lovely to have caught up with you. Nice to

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have met you girls. Josh and Olly's labour and materials came in at

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?300. With the barber's box selling for an impressive ?325, ?25 can be

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shared with Robert. Well, that really wasn't about the money, was

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it. I think Robert liked what we did with the sewing and I think he'll

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cherish that turtle. Lovely. Sarah salvaged two unwanted items from the

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Whitley recycling centre. The sewing machine was totally reimagined. And

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the arc tecti's table became a free standing kitchen unit. We started

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off with stuff destined for the tip and ended up with items which would

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take pride of place in any home. You can't ask for a better result than

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that. You'll favour me by never setting

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foot on Trenwith land.

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