Saffron Walden and Dunmow couples needed for Channel 4’s Couples Come Dine With Me

PUBLISHED: 16:07 14 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:07 14 March 2018

Couples from Essex can apply to be on the show. Picture: CONTRIBUTED.

Couples from Essex can apply to be on the show. Picture: CONTRIBUTED.

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Do you have the cookery skills to get a perfect ten out of ten on TV show Couples Come Dine with me?

Producers are on the hunt for couples from the Saffron Walden and Dunmow areas to take part in their newest show.

Filming dates are on May 23 and 25 and applicants must both be over 18.

“Following the success of previous episodes in Essex we are back looking for perfect partnerships to create the recipe for success.

We are looking for keen cooks with bags of energy and who are up for the challenge of winning a £1,000!” Jamie Bryce, Casting Researcher.

The only criteria’s are that you and your partner must be over 18 and not working or trained as a professional chef.

To apply please email cdwm@shiver.tv with your name, age, contact details, postcode and a little bit about yourselves!

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