Harry Style's hometown will start offering Harry-themed tours (Photo: Getty Images)

In the last years, Harry Styles superfans have been swarming the pop star's hometown of Holmes Chapel in Cheshire to “pay tribute” to the singer.

The Holmes Chapel Partnership (HCP) is looking to capitalize on this influx of tourism by holding a 'Harry's Home Village Tour' – but first, they will have to hire a tour guide.

According to the HCP's vacancy list for the position, the tours, scheduled to begin in June, will be led by someone with a “talent for storytelling” and a “good knowledge” of the village and Styles' roots there.

The tours, which will include stops at sites important to Harry, will take place on Saturday mornings in June and weekdays in July, August and September.

Role responsibilities include leading guided tours of Holmes Chapel, highlighting important sites, sharing stories and facts about the area, interacting with tour participants to ensure an enjoyable experience, and providing recommendations for other local attractions and amenities.

Of course, the ideal candidate is passionate about everything to do with Harry Styles, including the story of the icon's first kiss.

The house where Harry Styles lived

One of the stops on the tour will undoubtedly be the house where Styles grew up (Photo: William Lailey SWNS)
Fans have been flocking to Harry's hometown for years to explore where the singer grew up (Photo: Richard Young/Shutterstock)
One Direction visited Holme Chapel in 2010 (Photo: Mcpix Ltd/REX/Shutterstock)

Styles reportedly shared his first kiss at the top of Twemlow Viaduct, which became known as 'Harry's Wall' after the singer wrote his name on the bridge in the documentary One Direction: This Is Us.

Countless fans have already added their own names next to the Signature of singer Watermelon Sugar (although HCP reminds visitors that graffiti is a crime).

Twemlow Viaduct is covered in graffiti messages

Fans covered the viaduct. Styles had his first kiss under their names after the singer signed his own (Credits: William Lailey SWNS)

The village, which has just 5,000 inhabitants, is located in the county of Cheshire and Harry has lived there with his parents – pub owner Anne Twist and financier Desmond 'Des' Styles – since he was a child.

The tour will also likely include the bakery where Harry worked before becoming an X Factor contestant and the cafe he frequented often, Fortune City Restaurant, where he once dined with Taylor Swift.

Fans will have the opportunity to stop by the bakery where Harry worked as a teenager (Credits: William Lailey SWNS)
Harry Styles worked in the village bakery when he was a teenager, as shown here (Photo: Mandeville Bakery)

According to the HCP, the ideal tour guide candidate will have excellent communication and storytelling skills, the ability to lead and manage a group of tour participants and, of course, a genuine interest in Holmes Chapel and its connection to the winning singer of the Grammys. .

While exact compensation details for the role are not publicly available, the job listing promises “flexible work hours” and “competitive pay.”

Tour groups will be made up of up to 16 people divided between two guides.

Harry Styles superfans who think they're willing to walk down Harry's memory lane can sign up on the HCP website!

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