News: UK - Participants wanted for TV ‘Reclaim’ series
Tern TV are making a new 10 part series that aims to prove you can use reclaimed and salvaged goods to do up your house or home.
Thursday, 2nd December 2010
Tern TV are looking for people in Brighton, Manchester and the Central Belt of Scotland who have saved up their hard earned cash to have work done in their homes but found the quotes they have been getting are too high and beyond their budget. Their team includes professional ‘reclaimers’! - Dan and Charis Hill from Tiger Enterprises are involved as experts. Using reclaimed and salvaged goods the team tackle the budget to make sure you get far more for your money. They want people who are looking to renovate a bedroom, bathroom or kitchen but cannot quite afford it. Perhaps planning permission is needed for a job that has not been finished – the team at Tern TV might be able to help. Individuals can apply by contacting Tern TV now on: Reclamation Hotline: 0141 241 6070 Reclamation Email: email@example.com
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