People in the Park 2021 - Thank you ALL! :)


We would like to say a MASSIVE Thank you to every single one of you that helped to make People in the Park 2021 a success. Whether you were part of the planning team organising the event, a willing steward keeping us all safe, a stallholder offering up information, activities or goods, a musician or performer bringing smiles and vibes, a visitor soaking up the atmosphere, or one of our budding litter pickers making sure we left the park in a better state than ever!


This community festival wouldn’t have been the same without each and every one of you, and we love you for it!


We really hope that you all enjoyed the day as much as we did! We are keen for next year to be equally as brilliant so we would really appreciate it if you would like to give us your thoughts about the event. We want to know what you enjoyed most about the day and what we can improve on for next year… Click here to complete our short survey!


We would also like to invite you all to join the next Salisbury Transition City members meeting on 5th October, at this meeting we will be updating you on our current projects and having a People in the Park de-brief where we will be asking our members what went well and how we can improve it for next year. Click here to register for our next members meeting.


We have already had people keen to sign up to take part in People in the Park 2022, so if you would like to book your stall in advance, please get in touch now and we will contact you next year when we start planning for the next People in the Park!


If you enjoyed the day but have not yet donated towards offsetting the cost of the event, please consider donating what you can today. Click here to donate.


We really hope that you all enjoyed the day and were able to experience all the great things the community of Salisbury are up. We really want to emphasise how grateful we are to all of you for making the day such a great one, it wouldn’t have been the same without you!


The warmest regards


Salisbury Transition City

STC Steering Group - Eva McHugh, Bradley Thompson, Christian Lange, Benji Goehl, Mike D’Apice, Hadrian Cook, Peter Horwood, Evelyn Goulden




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