WANTED: A Kirklees family to swap lives with people from our Polish twin town.
A TV company wants two clans to switch houses for a week.
Makers of Home From Home have two or three willing English-speaking Polish families from the town of Bielsko-Biala, in the south-east of the country, lined up as possible swappers.
Now, they need some Kirklees volunteers.
Lucy Mallatratt, a researcher on the Channel 4 daytime show, now in its fifth series, says: "We found the Kirklees Twinning Association on the internet and got in touch.
"We'll pay for flights and make sure families or couples get to switch their home for something comparable, like for like.
"It's not like Wife Swap, in that you take on the other person's job and life. It's a holiday - a chance to do `tourist' things yet live in that community."
Birmingham-based TV company Maverick, which ideally wants to film at the end of this month or in September, was particularly interested to film in Poland as it's just become part of the European Union - yet it is not an obvious choice for a holiday destination.
House swaps in general are becoming more and more popular as a way to get a cheap, interesting holiday. Most arrangements are made via internet websites.
Lucy wants would-be swappers to contact her straight away, as she plans to visit Huddersfield later this week.
Caroline Melotte, Kirklees Council international liaison officer, says Bielsko-Biala has a lot to offer visitors.
She explains: "It is a historic city, at the foot of the Beskidy mountains and near the Czech and Slovak borders.
"Bielsko-Biala is known as Little Vienna, because of its Austrian architecture."
There are museums, a castle, art galleries, stylish shops, a new shopping centre, many churches, restaurants and café bars. Kirklees has been twinned with the area since 1992.
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