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Channel 5 documentary seeks people relocating to start ‘new life’ in Cumbria

Logo_Black[P]i Productions, a TV company run by John Silver (who created Grand Designs and reinvented MasterChef) is casting for a brand new documentary series for Channel 5 that follows people as they relocate for a major lifestyle and career change.

We are looking for families or couples who are planning to ditch, or have just ditched, the 9 to 5 to pursue a career in something they are passionate about. You could be moving to the countryside to run a village shop, managing your very own smallholding, or setting up a campsite or touring park. Whatever it is, we want to showcase the amazing lifestyle business opportunities out there and show what it takes to make a new business a success.

We are keen to feature positive and aspirational stories. This is a brilliant opportunity to feature yourself and your new venture on a prime time documentary, and inspire other people in the process.  We are looking for people who are embarking on their journey this summer.

Would love to find someone who is moving to, or has just moved to, Cumbria. Recent research has found that Cumbria is home to two of the three happiest areas to live in the UK, Allerdale and Copeland, with Allerdale topping the list for affordability and overall life satisfaction. Budding lifestyle business entrepreneurs are attracted to the area because of the fantastic tourism opportunities; the Lake District is consistently voted the UK’s top holiday destination.

If this sounds like you, or if you would like to recommend someone you know, then we would love to hear from you.

You can email the casting team on [email protected] or give us a call on 0203 761 4522. There is no pressure to take part at the initial enquiry stage.

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