I'M A CELEBRITY...Get Me Out Of Here! being hosted at Gwrych Castle for a second year has provided a 'lifeline' for the charity.

The show has given the Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust a 'huge boost' which will allow them to carry out urgent repairs.

A spokesperson for the trust said: "We will be able to open more areas when we reopen in Spring 2022.

"The response during and after the show has been amazing. It brought a huge buzz to the town with schools and local businesses all getting involved.

"We’ve been inundated with messages of support following the final show which we’re very grateful for."

Gwrych Castle. Picture: Gwrych Castle / Facebook

Gwrych Castle. Picture: Gwrych Castle / Facebook

Presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly mentioned the castle and the charitable company during the show.

The spokesperson added: "It was great to be recognised and referred to by Ant and Dec to millions of viewers.

"We also received a video message of support from Ant & Dec, which we published on our social media. They have been really supportive."

I'm A Celebrity lasted for three weeks. Emmerdale actor Danny Miller was crowned King of the Castle.

The trust has received kind comments from celebrities who took part in I'm A Celeb.

Arlene Phillips posted on Instagram: "How wonderful to have been given the opportunity to be in @gwrychcastle for @imacelebrity. It is stunningly beautiful and I adored the chance to play Cinderella and sweep some of its floors."

Adam Woodyatt commented he could come back next summer and "chop wood."

Louise Minchin wrote: "I LOVED being there thank you."