Window Wanderland 2018 needs your support
Lighting up the dark winter nights with Window Wanderland is now firmly established on the local calendar.
Lighting up the dark winter nights with Window Wanderland is now firmly established on the local calendar. The community event, which started in Bishopston and expanded to Chandos Road and beyond earlier this year, needs new volunteers to help organise those magnificent and quirky window displays.
Window Wanderland founder, Lucy Reeves, said: “Our ethos is 'many hands make light work' but without a few volunteers we will not be able to run the next event in 2018.
“All of the roles are very part time, flexible and sharable. Because of our growing recognition in the National media (like the 4-minute film on BBC's The One Show) your work will be visible - as it all started here with YOU and your displays.”
Window Wanderland would like a Schools co-ordinator to tell schools all about it, a map maker; sponsorship/funding co-ordinators, project co-ordinators, and press and marketing co-ordinators.
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This year’s Bishopston Window Wanderland had a whopping 270 displays and over 2,500 people out touring the streets to view. Bishopston truly illuminated the dark and dreary February weekend and the whole community came together to share in this annual event, with local artists, schools and community groups all creating displays.