In the show, the presenter visits a family's house to find out what they need to raise money for. They then explore the house and its surroundings, finding antiques and valuing them, with the help of experts. The family then goes to auction with the aim of making their financial target. The auction never takes place on the same day as the rummage; often it can take place several weeks later.
The Thomas family actively encourage their hobbies and interests, but drum kits, trampolines and mobile phones don’t come cheap so Mum and Dad are looking for some extra cash from the collectables to fund a new kitchen that’s just for them. It’s time for their offspring to earn their keep and get rummaging.
A woman tries to raise enough cash for a trip to Dungeness, where she hopes to one day convert a fisherman’s hut into a tranquil weekend retreat.
A woman tries to raise enough cash to start her own bespoke chocolate company.
A man hopes to raise enough cash for a pedigree German Shepherd puppy to begin a breeding programme.
A woman tries to raise enough money for some display screens as she plans to open a gallery in her own home.
A woman tries to raise enough money for garden repairs and a dog pen for her two boisterous bull terriers.
A woman writer tries to raise enough money so that the first edition of her science fiction adventure can make it onto the shelves.
Tracey Archer and her sister Kristy have been battling over Tracey’s bulging attic for years and now it’s time for the duo to settle their differences for a very good cause. Nanna Barbara has been through a tough time lately and they want to throw her a party that will bring their whole enormous family together under one roof. They need 500 pounds to find a venue suitable and enough food to feed an army. Can antiques expert Paul Hayes sift his way through Tracey’s overflowing house to give Barbara a night she will never forget?