EXCITEMENT in Salisbury is building as preparations for the arrival of Antiques Roadshow get underway.

Today, tents featuring the BBC series' logo have started to appear in Cathedral Close.

And to make the occasion even more special, weather reports are suggesting it's set to be much of the same tomorrow, with highs of 19°C predicted.

Salisbury Journal:

As reported, the show is returning to Salisbury for the first time in almost three decades, with locals across the area invited to the cathedral from 9.30am to 5pm

The show last visited Salisbury in 1990.

Robert Murphy, the series producer of Antiques Roadshow, is “thrilled” to bring the show back to Salisbury, adding: “We can’t wait to see what treasures and cherished objects will emerge from the attic.”

“It’s a free, entertaining family day out and a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes and be a part of one of the BBC’s most popular programmes.

Entry to the show is free and no preregistration is required.

To share the story behind an item, participants must email shareyourstory@bbc.co.uk with their name, address, telephone number, a description of the item, how they came to own it and a photo.