Rich House Poor House is currently filming for the next series and are looking for families to take part.

The Channel 5 series where two British families from either end of the wealth divide briefly swap lifestyles has a huge following both in the UK and internationally. 

In each episode two families spend a whole week in each other’s homes, with each other’s budgets, and the aim is to explore the difference personal wealth plays in day-to-day family life.

Through their firsthand experience of a different life, the families are encouraged to consider just how much having money really matters when it comes to leading a happy, healthy life.

Although the families may share little in common on the surface, the producers pair families up based on key qualities, backgrounds or interests. 

This is to ensure that the experience is thought-provoking and full of relatable challenges. 

A Salisbury family took part in Rich House Poor House in 2018 described the experience as 'the best thing we've ever done'. 

Jo Coleman, her husband Peter, and their two children Lucy and Matthew swapped their lives in Harnham Hill with that of a swimming instructor Terry and her two children in Hampshire.

Jo said: "It made us realise some important things about our lives, and do some real soul-searching.

WATCH: 'Soul-searching' Salisbury family take part in life-swap TV show

The seventh series was the latest to air, and is available to watch on Channel 5. 

If you want to sign up or learn more, here is the application link

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