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Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are back for a two-part special with their most ambitious build ever, and this time they are joined by two special royal helpers. The team are taking on a whole street in Manchester and turning run-down empty properties into homes for veterans.
The team rally the local community to get stuck in and are also helped by Prince William and Prince Harry, who volunteer on site. In this show, the trades come together to build homes for two former soldiers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan and are suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), before also helping them to find new careers in the building trade.
But with numbers of volunteers lower than what's needed and the buildings proving trickier than anticipated, it's turning into the toughest build yet.
Nick and designer Charlie Luxton transform the home of Richard and Jude Ford. In 2012, Richard suffered a devastating brain stem stroke that has seen him confined to a wheelchair. The team aim to help Richard gain back his independence and privacy and to help the family with their three sons out.
The team head to Birmingham to help a family out who are in dire need of a makeover. Charlotte and Chris are parents to premature twins who have global development delay, which has slowed down their progress walking and talking. As their home is currently so cramped, their progress is hindered even more, so the DIY SOS team and the local community join together to help makeover the families home.
Nick Knowles and the team issue a call to arms and recruit friends, family and local trades to help transform the homes of families across Britain.
Home renovation series. The team are in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, with DIY SOS going for Paralympic gold to help build a home fit for a champion. Seventeen-year-old Scott Jones is a young disabled athlete who is already a world champion and who is eager to be self sufficient at home. But the house's current design is proving challenging. The DIY SOS team's ambitious build is a large side and rear extension to provide Scott with his own bespoke bedroom, wet room, access to an adapted kitchen and, most importantly an amazing, state-of-the-art gym studio set in the garden to help him achieve his dream of going to Tokyo 2020. As ever, it is an immensely challenging build, so will the DIY SOS team be winners in Scott's eyes once the home is renovated?