NICKY Burn is hoping to get the garden of her dreams, thanks to a BBC1 show.

The 47-year-old will have her back garden transformed by Garden Rescue Team.

The programme sees TV gardener Charlie Dimmock and designers the Rich brothers pitch ideas for transforming the space.

She will chose her favourite design, then the team will make it a reality.

Dentistry trainer Nicky, who has lived in her Royal Wootton Bassett home for 14 years, said: “I’m on my own, with one income and I'm always trying to do stuff in the house.

"Every summer I look out to our garden and want to do something with it.

"There’s no seating area, no path, no flowers but it is expensive and difficult to find the time when you work full-time.

“I’d been saving some money anyway to do the garden, then I saw an advert asking people to apply for the programme, so I thought why not?

"I’m usually quite lucky with competitions and things."

The crew are expected to descend on Nicky's garden later this month and the show will be screened later in the year.

"I’ve told the neighbours and my kids are excited. I’ve got a budget for the work and they supply all the design, labour and tools,” she said.

Nicky, mum to Leah, Ella, Katie and Sam, says that she would like patio and decking to keep the garden low maintenance.

“I also quite like gnomes. My children bought me two on Mother’s Day ready to go in the new garden when it's finished.”

Nicky said she will be getting her children involved to help pick which design to go for.

Leah, 18, thinks the new garden will make a big difference.

“It will have a positive impact on us as a family, being able to actually use our garden.

"I’d like to see some decking or a patio that we can sit out on.”

She added: “It doesn’t feel quite real at the minute.

"It will be interesting when the crew arrive and to see how it all works.

"I imagine our house will be busy for a few days, but it will be worth it. Having a proper garden will make mum happier too, and she can find time to relax in it.”