Do you love dinner parties? Are you a great Cook?

11th January 2016

The long-running Channel 4 programme Come Dine With Me is coming to Sheffield & the surrounding areas in February 2016, to film a new episode and would love to hear from local business people.

It's a really fun experience where people often come away with a whole new group of friends, tons of memories and there's also the chance to win the £1,000 prize money! Over five days, five strangers, from all walks of life, take turns to host the perfect dinner party for each other. At the end of the week the best host wins a £1,000 cash prize!  If you or anyone you know would like to take part from Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley, Chesterfield & the surrounding areas, then please email or call ASAP and leave your name, address, age and contact details: Email: Tel: 0207 157 3748 (Callers from a BT landline will be charged a set up fee of 14p per call plus 10p per minute. Calls from other networks may be higher and from mobiles will cost considerably more.)  Shoot dates are: February 21st February 26th We're looking for people over 18 years of age with a passion for cooking who want to demonstrate their skills.  

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