A couple are hoping to land a TV jackpot for the charities which helped save the life of their newborn son.
Rory and Victoria Wallin, of Lower Hopton, Mirfield, will appear on new ITV game show Masterpiece with Alan Titchmarsh tomorrow.
The couple will go head-to-head with two other teams for a £1,000 prize.
The aim of the recently-launched stately home-based gameshow is to guess the value of antiques and collectibles.
In December 2014, one of the couple’s twin sons, born six weeks premature, fell ill with the lung infection bronchiolitis.
It was touch and go and Louie, who weighed just 4lbs, spent four days on a life support machine at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
He made a full recovery and last year the couple raised more than £3,000 for two charities that helped, The Sick Children’s Trust and the Embrace Paediatric Intensive Care Ambulance Service.
At Christmas they collected more than 100 presents for youngsters in hospital over the festive period.
Now they want to get this year’s fundraising off to a flying start with the TV show prize and Victoria, 27, said: “It was a brilliant experience and if we win the money will go to the charities that helped us much.
“When you’ve been through something like this all you want to do is keep giving back.”
The show was filmed last year and Victoria and Rory, 38, are sworn to secrecy about the outcome but they had a ball.
Rory’s parents had an antiques stall and he fancies himself as an expert. When he saw an advert for the new show around the time they married last September he begged Victoria to go on it with him.
She was reluctant at first but he wore her down and the couple were chosen after a Skype interview with producers.
For filming they were told to turn up at a hotel in Ipswich. The following morning they had their phones confiscated and were taken to a mystery location which turned out to be Kentwell Hall in Suffolk.
Rory and Victoria, who have a daughter Scarlett, three in April, and 15-month-old twins Louie and Leo, took on two other couples over four rounds before reaching the Masterpiece Gallery where the teams must choose which of three items is worth £10,000 or more.
Rory said: “I’ve never done anything like that before but we had a great time. Alan Titchmarsh is from Ilkley and liked seeing a couple from Yorkshire on the show.”
Little battler Louie was transferred from Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax to Sheffield by the Embrace ambulance and the family stayed at Treetop House, run by The Sick Children’s Trust, while he was in South Yorkshire.
The couple held a chocolate tea party and a Christmas market in Mirfield to raise money.
Louie fell ill with the respiratory infection Croup last December and was rushed to hospital five times in two weeks.
Victoria added: “We just want to give something back.”
Masterpiece is on ITV1 at 3pm.