Bar Farm Antiques appears on BBC show

James Braxton, Belinda Whittington-Huber, with the shop's Carol Waudby and Dom Shanahan, and Tommy Cannon
James Braxton, Belinda Whittington-Huber, with the shop's Carol Waudby and Dom Shanahan, and Tommy Cannon

A Barmby Moor antiques shop featured on BBC2’s Celebrity Antiques Road Trip following a day of filming in the summer.

Expert James Braxton assisted by Tommy Cannon, of Cannon and Ball, visited the Bar Farm Antiques.

The episode was televised on 20 November and saw Dom Shanahan, of the shop, help them find items to auction. They bought a 1960s Beatles plate and an old hand-made brick with a dog’s paw print on it from the 1800s.

A wrestling promotion poster which pictured Cannon and Ball and former mayor of Pocklington, John Cox, on it was one of the highlights.

Owners Belinda Whittington-Huber and Gregg Huber said the filming on the day was very enjoyable and fun.

Their shop has expanded into five buildings and a giant warehouse over the past year.