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Mr Kelly said: 'We are extremely sad to see the Carey family leave after they have made such a valuable contribution to the Castaway 2000 project.'
The appeal came after Mr Bowyer, a builder from Manchester, returned to the Western Isles and told locals he planned a visit to the Castaway island.
Open to anyone aged 18 and over, the castaway events will take place in the UK on Saturday, June 30, to Wednesday, July 4, in a secret woodland or on an uninhabited island between September 22 to 26.
The launch episode of Castaway had 4.1million viewers.
Welcome to the BBC's new reality show Castaway, where 13 contestants face a battle for survival over 12 gruelling weeks.
CASTAWAY Tanya Cheadle returned to the island where she found love to marry yesterday.
THE cross-dressing Castaway Mike Laird wants to move back to the Outer Hebrides - despite suffering depression while on Taransay for the hit TV show.
BBC bosses are planning an "extreme adventure", as a follow-up to TV hit Castaway, it was confirmed today.
A BIRMINGHAM family come in from the cold in the latest instalment of TV's Castaway 2000 this week.
TV CASTAWAY Ray Bowyer was booted off the BBC's remote Scottish island after a drunken attack on a woman colleague, the Sunday People can reveal.
But the original Castaway proved to be far more than a simple experiment...
THE hunt for a new Ben Fogle began yesterday as a new series of Castaway was announced.