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The Parish of St Helier is on the lookout for new junior and senior ambassadors who will be given the special honour this year of turning on the Christmas Lights on Thursday 17th November at the annual Christmas Light Switch On.
The titles will be awarded to two new Ambassadors, the St Helier Ambassador (aged 17+) and the St Helier Junior Ambassador (aged 10-16), who are "young parishioners who have a passion for their community and want to help make a difference".
Pictured: The Christmas Light's Switch On 2016.
The competition will be held on Friday 4th November at 6.30pm at the Town Hall with an evening of food and entertainment.
Entry forms to become an Ambassador are now available for collection from the Town Hall or online via www.sthelier.je.
Tickets for the evening are free and are available either from the Town Hall or Eventbrite.
Pictured: St. Helier's Town Centre and Events Manager, Connor Burgher.
Town Centre and Events Manager, Connor Burgher, said: “These are really important roles for the Parish and the holders will play a key role at many Parish events over the next year. This is also a great opportunity for young Islanders to do something brilliant for their community.”
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