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By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd May 2014 6:30am
Makers of a new BBC television series are looking for sociable people who want to try out a home swap in a great British location.
Do you live in a lovely home or in a terrific location?
Would you like to swap your property to have a memorable experience in a fantastic part of Britain?
If you'd like to taste superb local cuisine and take part in fabulous activities that go beyond the guide book, then the BBC production team want to hear from you!
For an application form or just an initial chat please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details or call the team on 07944 794 099
The programme makers have got lots of great swap locations but they're still looking for more great people and nice homes to try out a short home swap holiday over the next few months.
To register your interest in the show, just drop the production team an email on email@example.com for an initial chat and an application form.
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