Are you looking to start a new life in Italy or France?
A new television documentary series is looking for men and women between the age of 40 and 60 to leave the UK this summer and move to rural Europe for the chance to road test their dream before taking the plunge. You will experience what it would be like to move to an idyllic location and start a business without all the risks, and without having to do it on your own. If you are seriously considering selling up and starting a new life in the sun this could be the perfect opportunity for you.
Are you thinking of setting up a B&B, restaurant, small holding or vineyard? Do you dream of turning your passion for pottery, making cheese, growing vegetables or baking bread into a full time occupation? Or maybe you just know that you need to get away from your current life and are willing to give anything a try?
Twofour, the production company behind BBC Two’s The Real Marigold Hotel, is looking for single people at a crossroads in their lives to spend this summer running a working farm in Italy or France. In a heart-warming new series, these adventurers will spend up to three months working together to test if they could make a new life work for them. This is a chance to put your dreams to the test in an incredible try-before-you-buy experience – at the end of the trial, it’s up to you whether to pull resources with some of your companions to buy the farm and make the move for good.
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