The most recent series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here has only just finished, but already rumours have started over who the celebrity contestants will be in 2017. The bookies favourites are made up of the usual array of Reality TV stars and X-Factor contestants, as well as including politician-come-dancer Ed Balls and his Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman. Tennis player Laura Robson has also been mentioned, and if the prospect of spending three weeks without a proper shower, toilet or hot dinner isn't off-putting enough for all them, Katie Hopkins has also been rumoured as a possible camp-mate.

But if the end of 2017 seems a long way off, and rumour alone isn’t enough to give you your I’m a Celebrity fix, South West College has the solution.

There have been plenty of classic moments since I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here first came to our screens in 2002. We've witnessed Gillian McKeeth fainting, Steve Davis falling into a lake before his trial had even started, Alfonso Ribeiro doing his famous Carlton Dance, Joey Essex learning how to tell the time, and people walking out of the show. And throughout it all there have been classic ever-present features, from everything to what happens in the camp, to Ant and Dec's commentary on it. But top of these features, and the thing the show is most famous for, are the bushtucker trials, and in particular, the eating challenges.

Despite all the reasons people go into the jungle, for money or fame, as a way to lose weight or challenge themselves, the main reasons we see them take on the bush tucker trials is because the public vote for them. This can be a variety of reasons, be it entertainment, humour, or a form of revenge – and now you have the same opportunity, as the South West College Open Day gives you the chance to nominate someone you know for a bush tucker trial of their own. Come along to the Omagh Campus for this and a variety of other activities, and all the information you need about opportunities at South West College, across the day.