FANS of the axed TV series Where the Heart Is can celebrate.
They have the chance to take home a bit of the long-running hit series for themselves!
Items of memorabilia from the fictional town of Skelthwaite, including village signs and furniture, have been donated to charity.
And people visiting Oxfam's Colne Road or New Street premises can pick up some vintage items from the shelves which can be displayed in their own front rooms.
Lisa Morris, Oxfam manager, said: "There are lots of items including some trendy vintage furniture items and benches from the pub.
"There must be £2,000 worth of stuff here. We're very grateful.
"That amount of money will build two classrooms in the Third World."
Producers revealed earlier this month that they are to axe the popular series.
Shocked fans were told it was the end of the road for the drama filmed in Marsden, Slaithwaite, Meltham and other villages, with interior scenes shot in Armitage Bridge.
The episode which went out on September 10 was the final one to be screened.
Programme makers wielded the axe after viewing figures fell for the nine episodes of the last series.
An ITV spokeswoman said: "Where the Heart Is has been a very successful series for ITV1.
"But the decision has been taken in order to create some flexibility for new programme ideas in that 8pm Sunday night slot alongside Heartbeat, The Royal and Wild at Heart."
Over the years the series starred many well-known names including Pam Ferris, Sarah Lancashire, Lesley Dunlop and Denise Van Outen.