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Wanted: Junior explorer with an interest in Titanic and a nose for a story

Katie Marks (8) and Stewart Finlay (9) help Titanic Belfast on its search for its newest recruit

ARE you aged between five and 13 and inquisitive? Do you have a nose for a story and a profound love of Belfast history? If the answer to all these questions is yes, then Titanic Belfast could well want to offer you a job.

The world's largest Titanic experience is on the lookout for a mini-reporter to cast their eye over its family trail and experience everything it has to offer for free as a child reviewer for a year. They will have their findings published on a blog on the Titanic Belfast website and also get involved in news stories.

And the best bit is, other family members can tag along to the jobs too.

The lucky junior explorer will be able to sample and review the brand new audio guide, family trail and mascots, which allows children to learn about the world's most famous ship in a fun and challenging way. You'll interact with characters, as well as hopping on board SS Nomadic, the last remaining White Star Line vessel.

The mini reporter will also get to take in the centre's summer exhibition and the Magical Christmas Experience.

To enter, please download the form from www.titanicbelfast.com, specifying why your child should be the Junior Explorer and return it by email to competitions@titanicbelfast.com or by post to Junior Explorer, Titanic Belfast, 1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Belfast, BT39EP before May 9 2016.

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