Salisbury is to become a Window Wanderland this autumn – and we’re looking for people and businesses to get involved!
Window Wanderland is a project for the whole community, started in Bristol in 2015 and is now seen across the country. This year it arrives in Salisbury for the first time kindly supported through funding from Wiltshire Council and event support from Salisbury City Council.
Salisbury’s event will run from 4th to 7th November 2021, when windows across the city will be decorated with imaginative designs. It will celebrate the diversity in our city by drawing on the themes of Diwali, Festival of Lights of triumph over darkness, happiness and positivity. This event is being developed with the Nepalese Society of Salisbury to develop the displays as well as presenting an evening of cultural dancing at the Guildhall to launch the event.
Schools, community groups and businesses across Salisbury are being encouraged to get involved in the free, fun event. Although there will be a specific route used on the trail maps, we would love as many people as possible in Salisbury to take part!
Businesses can participate by offering up their windows to host displays and can even create their own, if you are a school or part of a community group you can get involved by creating a window supported by our professional artists. Free workshops or resources are available.
Interested schools or groups should contact email@example.com
If you would like to be involved – whether a resident, community group or business - you can express interest by clicking the link below and filling out a short form, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org We will then be in touch with further information.