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Anyone interested in being a part of the following?

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I am currently looking for people to take part in a new television show and wondered if you would mind putting a shout out on your page. 

The show is called Coastal Lives and presented by Robson Green. I am looking for people and homes on the coast to feature. I've added some blurb and also a picture, if there's any chance ?

ITV - Coastal Lives 

We are looking for people & homes on the coast to feature in our new television series that's being filmed this summer. 

Do you have a property on the coast with a renovation / building project (big or small) that's close to completion? Are you in the process of moving to the coast or setting up a business there? Or do you already live in a beautiful coastal property spectacular or quirky, modern or traditional? And do you have a real passion for your life on the coast? 

If so we'd love to hear from you at alysoun.sharpe@shiver.tv or on 07554 312 061.

 

 

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