SALISBURY Transition City (STC) is inviting the community to come along to a free community event this weekend.

People in the Park is being held on today (Saturday, September 11) in Queen Elizabeth Gardens and takes place from 11am until 4pm.

The event is also being supported by Salisbury City Council and Wiltshire Creative and will feature a range of community, environmental and entertainment groups.

People in The Park will also present an opportunity for STC to introduce its community vision for the city and south Wiltshire – Salisbury 2030.

This event replaces and refreshes STC’s usual Sustainable Salisbury event, which had to be cancelled earlier in the year. The event’s organisers hope that People in the Park will provide an opportunity for people to get together, catch up and share visions for Salisbury’s future.

There will be music, entertainment and community activities all day all performed on an eco- friendly ‘bicycle powered’ stage.

STC’s new chairman Sarah Prinsloo said: “It is a chance for people to connect with what is happening in their own community and to get ideas about what they could start if it isn’t happening in their communities.

“We got entertainment, music acts playing through the day. We have children’s entertainment, children’s book stall, children’s dance sessions, and yoga sessions running,” she added.

“There’s lots for all the family and for younger people and lots of information being shared. Hopefully, there is a little bit of something for everyone.”

Various organisations will have stalls at the event.

A few of the attractions booked include Children’s entertainment ‘A Giant went to see…’, Clique Duo, Spiritcake, Blueberry Den and Salisbury Repair Café.