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  • BBC programme looking for new community projects to support

    Created: 19/04/2023, Updated: 25/04/2023

    BBC television show DIY SOS: The Big Build is looking for new projects to take on as production of its 33rd series gets underway. The long-running show presented by Nick Knowles is looking to work with non-profit organisations and projects that support local communities.

    The call-out was posted to the official DIY SOS social media channels and read:

    “The team at DIY SOS are on the lookout for their next BIG BUILD project! Do you run a not-for-profit dance organisation/project which supports a local community? If that sounds like you, do you regularly use or own a building that’s in need of renovation? If so, we’d love to hear from you.”

    If you think you know of something or someone who runs something that fits the bill - like a local voluntary organisation or community project - then get in touch with BBC studios as soon as possible at [email protected].

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