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Season 3 / Episode 9 and airs on 20 January 2018 08:30
On The Dengineers, Mark Wright and Lauren Layfield use expert help to make over dream dens for children.
Joe and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. Claire House Children's Hospice is a BBC Children in Need-supported charity in the Wirral. They do an amazing job looking after children with life-limiting conditions as well as providing much needed care and support to their families. In order to help more children than they can at the moment, they are opening a new site in Liverpool and that is where the Dengineers come in. With the help of all our on-screen designers, and the Blue Peter audience, we are going to build an amazing den for the children and their siblings to enjoy, where they can make happy memories. This is the biggest build ever attempted by the Dengineers!
Ocean, nine, from Brentwood has had a tough time. His younger brother Sky died two years ago and he needs a place to escape to when things get too much for him. He also has a new baby sister which he's excited about but his house has become pretty noisy! Ocean loves marble runs because they're like rollercoasters and one day he'd like to be a rollercoaster designer. He wants a marble run den where he can get away from it all and work towards his dream.
Brothers Alec and William are very proud of their Scottish heritage. And it's not just their family they're proud of, they think Scotland has a really interesting history and they want to celebrate it. The problem is that Alec and William live in a remote part of Scotland and there aren't that many kids around to play with, so they want a den to play in that looks like a traditional Scottish castle.
Joe and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. Nine-year-old Nya shares a room with her two-year-old brother who often wakes her at night and keeps her up to play with him. She really needs her own space to indulge her love of martial arts. She wants it to be a dojo on the inside so she can practice and not worry about her brother getting in the way.
Ten-year-old Dilara has a Turkish dad and an English mum. She loves her dual heritage and misses Turkey with all its sights and smells, particularly her grandma's Turkish tea. She would like to share her passion for Turkey with her friends at home in Leeds, but there isn't enough room in her house. So, she needs a Turkish den.
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