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Starting Up a Smallholding - Prime-Time Documentary Search
« on: April 07, 2016, 04:52:27 pm »
NEW TV PRIME-TIME DOCUMENTARY IS LOOKING FOR PEOPLE ABOUT TO CHANGE THEIR LIVES

Are you about to relocate for a major lifestyle and career change?

Pi Productions is looking for couples and families planning to quit the rat race for a better life.

Whether itís moving to the countryside to run a smallholding, setting up a surf school by the sea or opening a bakery in a bustling new town, we want to hear your story.

We are casting for a brand new documentary series and are looking for families who are embarking on a life changing relocation this spring.

If this sounds like you please get in touch. Call the casting team on 0203 761 4522 or email casting@PiProductions.tv and tell us a bit about what your plans are, where you're relocating to and when.

*Applicants must be UK residents and be relocating within the UK*

 

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