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Lowestoft features in last night’s episode of ITV show Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

PUBLISHED: 12:00 06 March 2016 | UPDATED: 12:00 06 March 2016

Anthony McPartlin (left) and Declan Donnelly with the Entertainment Programme Award for Saturday Night Takeaway - part of last night's episode featured a segment from Lowestoft. Photo credit: Ian West/PA Wire

Anthony McPartlin (left) and Declan Donnelly with the Entertainment Programme Award for Saturday Night Takeaway - part of last night's episode featured a segment from Lowestoft. Photo credit: Ian West/PA Wire

The hit TV show Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway was live in Lowestoft last night in a bid to give people tickets to the show.

At the start of the programme on ITV the Geordie pair revealed the four secret locations for the Sofa Watch section of the show.

Viewers had until 7.45pm to track down the sofas to be in with a chance of winning tickets to the best seats in the house for the next recording of the show.

And in the big reveal at the end of the programme it was revealed that one of the sofas was in Lowestoft, outside a play park in Carlton Colville. Sadly no one from the town managed to win the tickets to show as they went to a viewer in Hartlepool.

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