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Preston mums-to-be wanted for new TV show to be filmed at Royal Preston Hospital

Posted on - 2nd June, 2019 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - College, Fulwood, Garrison, Preston News, Sharoe Green
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Mums-to-be in Preston are being asked if they would like to appear in a new TV show.

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Royal Preston Hospital is appealing for those due in July or August this year to get in touch.

Chalkboard TV are producing a new series for a major UK broadcaster showcasing maternity services at Royal Preston Hospital.

A spokesman for the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said: “If you would still like to get in the exciting new maternity series being filmed within our hospitals then please contact Faye on the number below as soon as possible.

“We would really love for you to get involved.”

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Anyone who is expecting a new member of the family during July or August is asked to contact Faye on faye@chalkboardtv.com or on 07881381610.

Read more: The work ongoing to make more places breastfeeding friendly in Preston

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