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Chance to swap East End urban jungle for village life

PUBLISHED: 16:00 21 May 2010 | UPDATED: 16:04 05 October 2010

TOWNIES are being offered the chance to escape to the countryside and compete to win a family home in a new TV show. Production company Studio Lambert is making a prime time show for Channel 4 giving singles, couples and families who have aspirations to

TOWNIES are being offered the chance to escape to the countryside and compete to win a family home in a new TV show.

Production company Studio Lambert is making a prime time show for Channel 4 giving singles, couples and families who have aspirations to up sticks and start a new life in a rural idyllic village the chance to escape the urban jungle and compete to win a family home.

The series will follow them as they relocate to a village for a week and try out their potential new life and home.

They will get involved in village life, meet the local residents and show why they should be accepted into the community.

East Enders who is interested need to be available for one week and winners should be able to relocate and start a new life in the New Year.

Further details are available from http://www.studiolambert.com/thevillagetakepart.html on 0207 534 2029 or TEXT your name and contact details to 07921 609687

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