Volunteers wanted for digital help centres in Guernsey

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Guernsey residents have been asked to give up some time to help other islanders go digital, when the television signal changes in November.

Nick Gaudion, coordinator of the switch to digital project, said there would be three Advice Centres on 17-19 November.

He said he was recruiting volunteers for the centres, at Beau Sejour, Peninsula Hotel and La Trelade Hotel.

He said the process should be relatively straightforward but for anyone who needed help it was there.

The Citizens' Advice Bureau has already held more than 50 presentations to island charities.

Analogue televisions will go blank after the signal change on 17 November.

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