Sea glass wanted

13 August 2015 - Latest news

believe housing is delighted to be supporting this year’s Lumiere Festival in Durham city centre.

Event organisers are on the lookout for volunteers to help collate sea glass form the East Durham coastline to feature in one of this November’s installations.

So if you fancy hitting the shores and making your mark on the UK’s largest light festival click here.

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