THE trust behind the castle being used for I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! have released plans to renovate the 200-year-old folly.

Post show, the Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust hope to implement 'phase one' of the project, set to cost about £10million.

The vision includes interpretive inserts in each room, consisting of furniture, props and graphics.

A statement into proposals said: "Hidden speakers with audio and projected film onto will create an immersive visitors experience.

"We will use a digital trail to show visitors the archive of lost interiors to include audio descriptions for the rooms and lost treasures. Visitors can connect to a localised wi-fi network which would broadcast content, images, film and audio to their own devices.

"As you enter the staircase hall you will be able to look up at what remains of the magnificent centrepiece. As your imagining what the staircase would have looked like, it will appear in front of your eyes projected onto a gauze."

Each room is set to have its own purpose.

"This will provide a memorable experience for all ages, thanks to innovative technology and graphic displays," the statement added

Gwrych Castle was paid £300,000 by ITV as part of its I'm a Celebrity contract.

A spokesperson for Capture Wales, on behalf of Gwrych Castle, said: "The response has been incredible since the first episode aired (on Sunday, November 15). We’ve had a huge amount of support and comments from locals along with people wishing to visit the castle and the area once we reopen.

"We aim to use social media to showcase the beauty of the castle to the nation, from old and new photos to the future plans for Gwrych Castle."

The trust is currently running a fundraiser to raise £50,000 to bring light and heat to the castle.

The spokesperson added: "The welcome addition of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! has helped to carry out urgent works. However, they will be using generators and water tanks.

"For the castle to move forward long term, we need to connect to main supplies once again.

"Though services do not immediately sound romantic, this is a major step to bring the castle back to life once again.

"These services would immensely aid with restorative works in the main house, surrounding buildings and wider estate."

To donate, click here.