Jane McDonald bids farewell to beloved Yorkshire as she marks final episode of show

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Jane McDonald, 58, is preparing to wrap up her show Jane McDonald: My Yorkshire with a final episode this Sunday. The TV star penned an emotional message on social media ahead of a very special visit to a local shop.

In view of her 183,000 Twitter followers, Jane said: “It’s the final episode of Jane McDonald: My Yorkshire this Sunday at 9pm on @channel5_tv.

“I’ll be visiting the market town of Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and reliving some very sweet childhood memories with a visit to an old-fashioned sweet shop! #Yorkshire #Hawes”

Fans of the popular TV show shared their sadness over the upcoming end of the “special” series.

Twitter user jessallen09 said: “Can’t believe it’s the final one. I thought we had another week.

“What a special series. I’ll miss knowing at least the week will end on a high.”

SueChappell20 added: “Loved it Jane and can’t wait for the last episode.

“All been recorded so i can still watch them over again. (sic)

“Thank you for making the Sundays Happy days. Luv u lot’s Jane.” (sic)

Mary_dun1848 penned: “I cannot wait to see what you have in store for us next Jane.

“Hope you’re doing ok. Lots of Love.”

During her trip back to her hometown, Wakefield in West Yorkshire, Jane made a disappointing discovery.

Speaking on The One Show about the memories the journey brought back, Jane revealed that the pub she used to work at had been torn down and replaced by a car park.

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Jane also recounted how that some parts of her childhood home had changed completely.

Rylan asked: “You also went to see somewhere really special from your childhood.”

“And I know how excited you were about going back to see this place that you went to when you were younger.

“You were so excited to see it, but it didn’t go to plan when you finally got there, did it?”

“Which bit?” Jane asked. “There’s been so many.”

Alex laughed as Rylan hinted: “All I’m going to say is ‘car park’.”

Jane said: “Oh, god! Yes! I had the best nights in my entire life in this place.

“It was Wakefield Theatre Club, and it was also The Pussycat. I had a job as a barmaid there.”

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