Meet the Festival team – Vicki

Blue Mountains City Council is a partner in the Festival of Resilience, and as Council’s Manager of Community, Libraries and Customer Services, I am very excited to have been involved with the Festival since its inception. I am the conduit with the Festival committee and the events, staff and people involved from Council in this month-long event. I am very excited to help with the planning of this Festival for the community of the Blue Mountains.

As a Planetary Health advocate, I hope the Festival of Resilience will bring hope, joy, awareness and connectivity to the Blue Mountains community. I believe that we can all learn from each other and this Festival will bring out the playfulness and knowledge of the local community.

Vicki Edmunds
Member, Festival of Resilience Working Group

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