Extinction Rebellion, the event that brought together tens of thousands of people with a common purpose of trying to make governments more transparent over the issues raised by climate change and global warming, is over, until the same time next year.
The Extinction Rebels came from all parts of the UK to pledge their support for each other, speak loudly from upturned crates, glue themselves together, sing silly songs, and make friends with jolly policemen.
All goals were achieved.
Dame Emma Thompson flew from the USA to throw her weight behind the campaign, little realising the damage she was doing in raising carbon emissions.
A police spokesman told us:
"This is the kind of thing I joined the force for. Assisting concerned members of the public into the back of a black mariah, and then shining the soles of my shoes on their faces."
The rebels shook hands with each other, shared jokes and personal experiences of the wonderful time they'd had, then exchanged warm, friendly hugs and Facebook addresses, before going home to see the families they'd forgotten about.
Organisers are already saying that next year's event will be the best one yet.