LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 11: EDITORIAL USE ONLY: Harry Styles performs on stage during The BRIT Awards 2023 at The O2 Arena on February 11, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Holmes Chapel, the village where Harry Styles grew up, is capitalizing on its newfound fame by offering guided tours led by superfans of the pop star.

With over 5,000 visitors flocking to Holmes Chapel in Cheshire over the past year to catch a glimpse of Styles’ early life, the Holmes Chapel Partnership, a local community group, is organizing an audition day for potential tour guides.

Among the highlights of the tour are visits to significant locations from Styles’ past, including the bakery where he once worked part-time before joining One Direction. This bakery now proudly displays a life-sized cardboard cutout of Styles holding a loaf of bread.

Tour stops also include Styles’ former schools, his childhood terraced cottage, and a nearby Chinese restaurant where he was once spotted dining with Taylor Swift.

One particularly popular site on the tour is the Twemlow Viaduct, rumoured to be the location of Styles’ first kiss. Affectionately known as ‘Harry Wall,’ the viaduct bears not only Styles’ signature but also the names of countless fans who have made the pilgrimage to this spot, despite its proximity to a busy road.

Peter Whiers, chair of the Holmes Chapel Partnership, anticipates high demand for the guided tours, which are scheduled to commence in June and run until September. Even during the wet winter months, Whiers notes, devoted fans, known as “Harries,” have braved unfavourable conditions to pay homage at the famed ‘Harry Wall.’

In February, a court case revealed the extent of one fan’s obsession with Styles. Myra Carvalho, 35, allegedly sent the singer 8,000 cards in less than a month, including handwritten letters and wedding-themed cards. Carvalho, who did not enter a plea, was remanded in custody pending further court proceedings.