Many hands make a light festival work.
That’s the message Light Nelson’s organisers are putting across in a bid to get more volunteers to help make the festival a success.
The fourth edition of Light Nelson is set to have more than 60 light installations on display at Queen’s Gardens in July.
Volunteer organiser Kate Alexander said they needed 120 volunteers and they had about 70 to date.
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She said about two new volunteers contacted her almost daily, but that number needed to be higher.
Volunteers were needed for a minimum of two nights, two hours each night.