Escape to the Chateau – 19 March 2021 – 19/3/2021 – Friday – Nine – 9
Orangery, Daybeds And Unexpected History
With no guests to entertain, Dick and Angel get to work on the orangery with the help of a roofing expert and some pre-loved Welsh slate, and discover some unexpected history beneath their feet.
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About Escape to the Chateau
This series follows lieutenant colonel Dick Strawbridge and his partner Angel Adoree as they trade in their two-bed apartment in Essex for a dilapidated 19th-century French chateau. Upon finding their fairytale castle, the pair begin work to restore it back to its former glory. With a limited budget to renovate 45 rooms, as well as improve and maintain acres of land, it is a huge task for the couple who want to create a beautiful venue for weddings and events. Dick gets started by installing a complex heating system, while Angel gets creative with the chateau’s vintage decor. The couple soon run into budgeting problems yet persevere, gaining a few chickens along the way, as the deadline to the wedding season and its hundreds of guests draws ever closer.
This show is broadcast on Channel Nine.
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