Oldhamers wanted for TV garden makeover show
Date published: 17 February 2021
Does your garden need a free makeover?
A television production company is looking for households in Oldham to take part in a new TV garden makeover show.
Rumpus Media, the makers of BBC’s ‘The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan’, ‘Mary Berry Saves Christmas’ and Channel 4’s ‘Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back’ are producing the brand-new garden makeover series.
They're currently looking for households in Oldham who are in need of an outdoor transformation to take part.
If you would you like your dream garden in time for summer, or if lockdown has left you feeling laclustre about your garden, then you could take part in the show.
The ‘Great Garden Revolution’ is a new prime-time series which will see three leading gardening experts transform dreary backyards to glorious green spaces. Now, the company is keen to hear from people who want to learn how to make the best of their garden so that it functions well for them.
If you’re in desperate need for a free garden makeover, the team at Rumpus Media would love to hear from you. You must be over 18 to apply.
Filming will take place throughout March and April 2021. The programme will be produced following strict Covid-19 protocols and adhere to Covid-19 government guidelines current at the time of production.
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