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2016 Carnival Results




Although there were fewer entries to Carnival this year, the Parade itself went well; there was a happy atmosphere and plenty of spectators at the assembly field in the Sports Club and through the village. We were very pleased with the standard of costumes and the imaginative creations, and at least the weather was kind! Once again, Liz and John Brunskill provided us with a beautifully decorated Land Rover to carry the Princesses.    
We were especially pleased to welcome last year's Grand National winner Many Clouds, who brought his handler down to the assembly fields to see us. Thank you both, and many thanks to his trainer, Oliver Sherwood, for this special treat.  
Thank you also to all the Street Marshalls and everybody who helped on the field; to Liz and John Brunskill; to our husbands Pete and Bob; and to the Sports Club for hosting the event, and in particular to the steward Normal Hillier for his hard work.  
We know that building a float and making the costumes is a time consuming exercise and we are very grateful to everyone who took part in the parade. And if you thought that it was a little thin on the ground this year, then why not think about taking part yourself next year?  
Actually the Committee also does a lot of work behind the scenes which people don't always think about and I would like to mention just some of it - arranging insurance, purchasing the rosettes, gathering in the trophies from last year's winners, booking bands and First Aid cover, sorting the statutory road closures with WBC and organising the marshalls - not to mention raising the funds to pay for all this, through the Raffle and sponsorship.   
So, well done everybody!  
Final accounts should be settled by late October and we will report the full list of sponsors and donations then. If you or your organisation would like to be considered for a grant from the Festival proceeds please contact The Secretary, 9 Mill Lane, Lambourn.  
Carnival Organisers, Liz Cox & Louise Wilkin

Class B (Decorated Float - Club or Organisation under 12')

1st The Churches Together - The Churches Together

2nd Jason Pendleton - Lambourn Boxing Club  

Class C (Decorated float - Club or Organisation over 12')

1st Royal British Legion Club - Diamond Jubilee Bake Off

2nd Lambourn Sports Club - England 1966

Class F (Equestrian)

1st Windsor House Stables - Harry Dunlop's Cowboys and Indians

2nd Kiri Fowler - Wizard of Oz

3rd Judy Fisher - Aunt Sally and Worzel

Highly Commended - Anne & John Ltd - Devonia Bakery

Class K (Walking Entry - up to 4 people)

1st Linda Maynard & Janet Collins - The Flowerpot Men

2nd Judy Fairchild - Best of British

3rd Jo Gill - Lego Ladies

Highly Commended -

Tim & Aimee - Queen Bees

Class M (Best Dressed Manually propelled)

1st Oliver Morley - Flintstones on Tour

2nd  Tracy Fisher - Is There Any Room On The Broom For The Fishes?

Best in Show - Decorated Float Royal British Legion Club - Diamond Jubilee Bake Off  
Best in Show - Walking Entry Linda Maynard & Janet Collins - The Flowerpot Men 


      2016 Flower Show Schedule  HERE


Railway Exhibition 2016


LAMBOURN CARNIVAL Sunday 28th August 2016

 Now is the time to start thinking about your entry in Lambourn Carnival parade, if you haven't done so already! We welcome all sorts of entries, large and small, so whether you are a local organisation or company, a group of friends or a family, just one or two people or a horse and rider, do join in. Points are awarded for originality, colour and content, homemade elements, and overall effect and the category winners receive a trophy and rosettes. So get thinking, get dressed up and join in the fun!

Entry is free and entry forms will soon be available at Lambourn Pharmacy, Universal Stores, the Library, Lambourn Café and the Sports Club and on the Lambourn website. If you are not entering the Carnival you can come up to the Assembly field in the early afternoon, then watch the parade from many vantage points around the village.

Once again the Carnival Assembly field will be at Lambourn Sports Club, and the parade will go along Bockhampton Road and down Station Road before starting the usual figure-of-eight route around the village, returning to the Sports Club via Station Road. Please be aware that the usual statutory parking restrictions will apply to many roads in the centre of the village and we will be operating a rolling road closure, so if you are driving around or through the village during the afternoon expect some minor delays.

Louise Wilkins.


Programme of Events PDF  here