Help to light up the county

12 August 2015 - Latest news

believe housing is delighted to be a sponsor of this year’s Durham Lumiere Festival.

Event organisers are now on the lookout for local people to get involved during the four-day extravaganza that will take place this November.

So you may be asked to welcome some of the thousands of visitors to the city, hand out programmes, advise people on how to get around, tell people about the artwork, or offer specialist skills like first aid.

If you’re aged 18 or over and want to find out more about taking part click here.

 

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