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Apprentices wanted for African adventure


Sir, Diverse Bristol is looking for 12 people to take part in a new TV series for BBC1 called Mission Africa.

The mission is to establish and build a game reserve in a part of nor thern Kenya.

The area is full of natural resources and local labour and has the potential to be a major attraction.

But it needs people with skills to work with the locals. You will be under the foremanship of Nick Knowles (DIY SOS) and Ken Hames (Beyond Boundaries).

For this mission we are looking for people with skills in: general construction, M&E, plumbing, carpentry, water management, project management, conservation or alternative and renewable energy.

If you are 16 or older and are on an apprenticeship or similar training scheme and can spare six weeks in August and September then email MissionAfri ca@diversebristol. tv.

Gareth Luxton Diverse TV Bristol BS8