OFFICIAL WESTON CARNIVAL GUIDE
MAKE A WEEKEND OF WESTON CARNIVAL -
WESTON'S glittering carnival procession will take the same route as last year. Click here to see the route map.
Each and every collector will wear an Official Yellow sash. Each collecting tin or bucket will carry an Official Number with a White Label across the tin or bucket. Official Collecting Floats will also appear in the procession. Please give your donations ONLY to Official Collectors.
Please give generously and help us exceed last year’s collection of £1464.00
WESTON-SUPER-MARE CARNIVAL IS….
C IS FOR CARNIVAL CLUBS, which spend 11 months working on their entries in secret.
A is for annual event. Somerset has been commemorating Guy Fawkes attempt in 1605 to blow up The Houses of Parliament since 1881.
R is for route. Arrive early and bring a chair or book a grandstand seat, to ensure a good viewing position. Most processions are over two miles long and can take up to two hours to pass any given point on route.
N is for November. The season of Bonfires, Fireworks and carnival!. Make the week beginning Friday 3rd November 2012 the year you visit Somerset for one of our spectacular carnivals.
I is for illuminated. Guy Fawkes carnivals are the worlds largest illuminated winter carnivals.
V is value for money! A street collection for 15 local charities - please give generously. Programmes are produced for every procession and contain a wealth of information on the history of carnival, the entries and local clubs.
A is for All singing, All dancing. There are many different types of entries including action – packed feature carts, the waxwork like Tableaux, as well as individual and group walking entries.
L is for lights! Carnival carts can contain up to 25,000 light bulbs and can be up to 100ft long, 11 ft wide ans 17ft 6in high.