Wednesday, 08 April 2015 00:00

Chobham Carnival 2015

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The Chobham Carnival 2015 will take place on Monday the 4th May. The procession theme this year is Myths, Mysteries & Legends.

Local village groups and organisations can take part in the procession, the categories include motorised, walking, children’s, family, adult & child pedestrian and classic vehicle. The procession will start from Chobham Rugby Club at 11.30am working it's way through the village to the recreation ground. If you would like to apply to take part in the procession, visit www.chobhamcarnival.co.uk for the application form.

In the main arena at the recreation ground this year the Chobham St Lawrence School dancers will be presenting a maypole dance. Other acts already confirmed include the gun dog display, the double wheel of death, Mister Chris and his Punch and Judy show, and the Chobham Carnival favourite Charlie Chaplin.

Here is a provisional Schedule of Events

  • 11.00 Music at Chobham Rugby Club
  • 11.30 Procession leaves Chobham Rugby Club
  • 12.10 Procession arrives arena
  • 12.30 Announce prizes
  • 12.55 Maypole Dancing
  • 1.20 Vander Bros. Wheel of Death
  • 1.45 Gun Dog Display
  • 2.10 Mr Chris Punch & Judy Show
  • 2.35 Vander Bros. Wheel of Death
  • 3.00 Gun Dog Display
  • 3.25 Mr Chris Punch & Judy Show
  • 3.50 Vander Bros. Wheel of Death

There will also be a huge variety of stalls from local organisations as well as a selection of rides all around the arena. Pasha will be serving refreshment throughout the day from the pavillion. And the Jimmy Noyce's Fairground will be in attendance again with its own brand of fun and entertainment. Refreshments will be available from the various food stalls around the arena along with the Ice Creams sellers and Hot Donuts.

For full details, keep an eye on the Chobham Carnival website: www.chobhamcarnival.co.uk or on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Chobhamcarnival and Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chobhamcarnival

Nicholas Young

The original creator of the Chobham Net back in 1999. Founding director of Reaper Enterprises Ltd and Nicholas Young & Co Photography (www.nry.co.uk).

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