You Deserve This House
About the Show
Amanda Lamb presents the daytime show where the homes of community heroes get a secret makeover
Series 1 Summary
In this daytime series Amanda Lamb and a team of volunteers try to complete the secret makeover of the homes of community heroes - people who give up so much of their time for others, that they haven't any left to put into their own homes.
The series kicks off with time tight and emotions running high as Amanda and her team of volunteers try to complete the secret home makeover of Special Olympics gymnastics coach, Jane Whetnall, in record time.
Jane has been a volunteer for the last 20 years, spending over 80 hours per week training children with disabilities and offering support to their families.
Amanda whisks Jane away for a well-deserved surprise break and spa day, and while she's away, in just 36 hours, Amanda and some of the children and families whose lives Jane has transformed are going to say a massive 'thank you' by making-over her home in secret.
Amanda Lamb and the team have their work cut out as they secretly makeover the home of community speech therapist Ann Blight, who runs a charity which helps people with stammers.
With time tight and daylight fading, will Amanda Lamb and her team be able to secretly clear out and redecorate the home of Hector Pinkney MBE before his return from the spa?
Amanda Lamb and her team of volunteers secretly makeover the home of Christine Anderson, who runs a wheelchair sports club for children in Thornton, Lancashire.
Can Amanda Lamb and her volunteers secretly transform the home of the unsuspecting South London community officer before she returns from her surprise spa break?
Will Amanda Lamb and a team of teenage community volunteers be able to secretly complete the home refurbishment of retired nurse Monty Kirby despite limited time and a kitchen calamity?
Amanda Lamb and a team of Norwich volunteers race to secretly complete the home makeover of Sue Eagle who volunteers on an S.O.S. bus that supports over-stretched emergency services.
Amanda Lamb and a group of grateful locals attempt to secretly transform the home of Watford community volunteer Sharon Hinds who has devoted her life to helping the homeless.
Amanda Lamb and volunteers race to secretly complete the home makeover of John Drudge who volunteers to support victims after their homes have been destroyed by fire or flood.
Can Amanda Lamb and her team sort a massive carpentry calamity in the dining room and an amazing fireplace up-cycle for hospice manager Di Turner?
Lincoln Beckford has kept troubled teens off the streets and got them into higher education. Now it's time for those he's helped to say 'thank you' with a secret home transformation.
Charity fund raiser Marion Miller spends all her time raising money for good causes. So now some of the people Marion's helped are giving up their time to make over her house.
Mencap volunteers assemble to secretly complete the home makeover of charity volunteer Elaine Precious.
At 86 Paul Freedman is one of Britain's oldest marathon runners. Now some of the many people Paul's helped are giving up their time to make over his house as a thank you.
With worn out wallpaper and a battered bathroom to update, will Amanda Lamb and her team complete the secret home makeover of Gateshead foster mum Judith O'Halleron in just 36 hours?
Chris Lewis has dedicated his life to improving both the medical and mental well-being of cancer patients. Now some of the people Chris has helped are making over his house to say thank you
Florence Duncan has worked tirelessly as a volunteer with children in Middlesbrough who have extreme behavioural problems. As a thank you, a secret makeover of her home is underway.
Navy veteran Allen Parton set up Hounds for Heroes to provide assistance dogs to other injured servicemen. Some of the people Allen has helped are making over his home to say thank you.
Tina Wellman-Hawke has raised over £170,000 for numerous cancer charities in memory of her husband. Some of the people who Tina has helped are making over her home to say thank you.
Amanda is in Devon, working with some of the many parents and children who Allen Lewis has helped over the last 10 years, to transform his house in just 36 hours
Jane Down is a charity worker helping cancer sufferers. With some of the grateful people Jane has helped in the past, Amanda makes over Jane's home as a massive thank you.
In a hugely emotional makeover, Amanda and grateful parents and kids with autism transform Nikki Smith's house. Nikki is the force behind The Hart and Rushmoor Autism Group in Farnborough
Stockport's Louise Loxham cares 24/7 for her husband Ian and volunteers in the community. Amanda and a team of people helped and inspired by Louise work to transform her home in secret
Amanda Lamb and Shropshire volunteers attempt one of the most ambitious makeovers yet to thank Chris Burrows, who has run a centre for people with mental health issues for 20 years
Amanda Lamb and her team of volunteers are in Northumberland to transform the home of Barbara Trimble, who has spent the last 30 years caring for people with neurological problems
Paul Everest runs a Special Olympics judo club for disabled youngsters, but has neglected his own home. Now Amanda Lamb is on a mission to make over his house as a thank you for his work.
Amanda Lamb is in Leicestershire to secretly makeover the home of Ian and Katherine Payne who run Rocky Kids, a club which keeps local children off the streets
Amanda Lamb and the team secretly makeover the home of Alice Halsted, who has raised over £35,000 for children's charities despite suffering from a rare form of diabetes
British Strongman Ian 'Chalkie' White has raised thousands for charity by pulling heavy vehicles. Now those touched by his kindness have joined Amanda Lamb to secretly makeover his home.
Amanda Lamb and the team say thank you by making-over the home of Jill Stidever, who has helped launch the careers of many top British Para Olympians. Will they finish the job in 36 hours?
Irene has spent years caring for people with mental health problems, but now it's her turn for some TLC as Amanda Lamb and the team renovate her home.
There is a surprise in store for ex-firefighter and first aider Mark Fretter, as Amanda Lamb and the team are let loose making over his home in Yorkshire just 36 hours.
Amanda Lamb and the team have just two days to make over the home of foster carer Maria Henry in Tottenham, before she returns from an overnight break. Will they finish on time?
Neil Crouch has heart and kidney problems, but he still runs a community club for the mentally and physically disabled. Now Amanda Lamb is here to say thank you - by renovating his home.
For 25 years Pauline Walker has run swimming classes for disabled youngsters in Oxfordshire and now some are saying thank you by helping to transform her home
Sheffield's community champion Jean Gleadall is finally going to get a revamped home after 27 years of caring for everyone else
Ifty Choudary used his own money to convert a pub into a community centre in Northampton, and now some of those he's helped are saying thank you with an overhaul of his home
Michelle Willis has spent 24 years in County Durham helping seriously ill patients and their families. Now she is at the receiving end of their care as they secretly make over her home.
In Bolton, Janet Colley has dedicated her life to helping people get back to work. Now, some of those she has helped are saying thank you by giving her home a makeover.
Amanda Lamb presents the new series in which the homes of community heroes get a secret makeover. In this edition, there is a surprise in store for gymnastics coach Jane Whetnall
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