Remember when Sainsbury's Christmas advert was filmed in Hebden Bridge?

It's the end of November and Christmas adverts are constantly playing, sharing gift ideas and what to eat for Christmas dinner.

Wednesday, 25th November 2020, 12:00 pm
Crowds gather to watch the Christmas advert being filmed in Hebden Bridge in 2009.
Crowds gather to watch the Christmas advert being filmed in Hebden Bridge in 2009.

But do you remember when the Sainsbury's Christmas advert was filmed in Hebden Bridge?

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Back in 2009 TV chef Jamie Oliver was the star of the supermarket's Christmas campaign which saw him travel across the country in a truck to deliver delicious food and cooking tips to different towns and cities.

One of those locations was St George's Square in Hebden Bridge.

This picture shows excited residents waiting outside a shop, complete with fake snow. The whole town square was decorated to resemble a Victorian Christmas.

The 60 second advert features Jamie Oliver travelling to Liverpool, Chester and Hebden Bridge.

The chef filmed on a 20-foot working kitchen built onto the back of a flatbed truck for the ad.

Do you remember the 2009 advert and were you there when it was filmed?