CAST members of a classic sit-com filmed in Essex were back to pay a special visit over the bank holiday weekend.

Actors Su Pollard, Jeffrey Holland, David Webb and Judy Buxton, who all starred in Hi-de-Hi!, were at the Harwich museum.

The quartet were regulars on the famous 80s series.

Set in a holiday camp in the fictional Essex town of Crimpton-on-Sea, Hi-de-Hi follows the story of the camp’s staff at a time when the British holiday industry was already in decline.

Much of the filming took place at Warner’s Holiday Camp in Dovercourt, which was portrayed as the fictional holiday camp of Maplins.

The sitcom was aired between 1980 and 1988, attracting millions of viewers.

Tony Tarran, from Harwich Museum, created a Hi-de-Hi! exhibition featuring the iconic yellow coats.

Together with his wife, Joanne, he has collected the memorabilia over the past 15 years.

Mr Holland posted the images on his Facebook account, with a message thanking visitors for coming along.

The post reads: "Wonderful welcome at Harwich Museum this morning.

"Lovely to see so many happy campers at the latest Hi-de-Hi weekend. A great time had by all.

"Thanks for coming and to all who made it possible. With Su Pollard, David Webb and the lovely Judy Buxton."

It is one of the first visits to the area since the passing of Hi-de-Hi! star Ruth Madoc, who died age 79 last year.

Her agent said she was “gone far too soon” after suffering a fall in October.

She died in hospital following surgery, he said.