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Organisers of the Guernsey 2021 Island Games are appealing for volunteer attachés at the event.
The 2021 NatWest International Island Games are due to be held in the island from 3-9 July.
Organisers said they were looking to recruit about 80 people for the role.
They said the volunteers who would "primarily look after the on-island personal travel and transportation needs of various VIPs, team managers or medical support staff during the games".
They added that they were "aiming to fill well ahead of July 2021 and particularly in time for the planned site visits next July when representatives from each competing island will be in Guernsey".
Guernsey Island Games Association’s Games Director Jon Marley added that good attachés "can be the difference between a smooth-running games or one which is constantly playing catch up".
Anyone interested can find more information on the 2021 games' website.
The games were last hosted in Guernsey in 2003.
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