TV show search for contestants

PUBLISHED: 08:41 01 July 2015 | UPDATED: 08:41 01 July 2015

Couples

Couples

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A POPULAR TV cooking show is searching for couples from Weston-super-Mare to take part.

If you and your partner enjoy cooking and want to compete for £1,000 this could be the perfect opportunity.

Couples Come Dine with Me will be filming in and around Weston and the surrounding areas soon and Channel 4 are on the hunt for participants.

Over the course of three nights, three couples who do not know each other take it in turns to host a dinner party for the other two couples.

At the end of the week the best host couple wins a £1,000 cash prize.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, and must not be professionally trained as a chef.

The shoot will take place the week commencing August 31, so you must be available across this week.

Email comedinewithme@shiver.tv or call 02071 574909 if you are interested in applying.

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