Nick Knowles desperate for help for Bristol DIY SOS after glitch

Nick Knowles has put out a social media plea after a computer glitch has left him desperate for help with the ongoing Bristol build of DIY SOS.

The famed presenter issued a plea on Twitter asking for decorators, tree surgeons and carpenters.

It follows a computer glitch that meant many people who initially asked to join in weren’t contacted after the initial notification.

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The DIY SOS team are currently in Bristol to rebuild Southmead Adventure Playground, locally known as The Ranch, after it fell into disrepair.

In a tweet posted this afternoon (Sunday, October 24), Nick Knowles said: “We are desperate for decorators, tree surgeons and carpenters still for our Bristol DIY SOS.

“There seems to have been a computer glitch – if you asked to join in and didn’t get contacted after initial notification please come help us.

“We need you. Please consider giving us a day.”

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The home improvement series has been going on for 27 years and calls for friends, family and local tradesmen to come together to transform the homes of families across Britain.

Another tweet issued by the DIY SOS account today said: “CALLING ANY FREE DECORATORS! We are very low on numbers at our build in Southmead, Bristol today.

“If anyone is able to even come along just for a few hours it would be massively appreciated!”

People can get in contact by emailing diysosbristol@bbc.co.uk or by coming to the site at BS10 5PP.

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